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Izabela Dusinska
La magie du métier




Over de tentoonstelling:

Enter the enchanting world of wet plate collodion technique and analogue film in my photography. With a wooden bellows camera, the self-production of photographic emulsions, and pouring them onto glass/metal plates, I take you back to the historical roots of photography. My goal is not only to showcase the beauty of analogue photography but also to illustrate why this medium remains invaluable in the contemporary art world. It is an art form that demands craftsmanship, knowledge, and above all, passion.



WiHH GALLERYReguliersdwarsstraat 73 Amsterdam


Data en Tijden:

9-30 MARCH, 2024 

Tuesday - Saturday 12:00-18:00

Free entry

Educatieve Elementen:

The exhibition not only offers a glimpse into the beauty of analogue photography but also educational aspects to inform visitors about its fascinating process and rich history. Additionally, it serves as a platform for other artists and photographers who wish to embrace and share the power of analogue photography.

I sincerely hope that you can attend to celebrate the beauty and value of analogue photography together. Please do not hesitate to share this invitation and let me know if you can join.

Warm regards,

Izabela Dusinska

Izabela Dusinska (born in 1980 in Poland) is a photographer who lives and works in Hengelo. She is primarily known for her captivating portraits, often featuring subjects in intimate settings and poses.

She was captivated by "the image" at an early age and endeavored to capture compositions that should not be lost.

For Iza, it wasn't just about trying; she succeeded remarkably.

In a short time, she managed to join a select group of leading photographers within the Fotobond.

She has won awards, been invited to exhibitions and lectures, and in 2019, was bestowed the title of Honorary Photographer of the Fotobond.

In 'La magie du métier,' Izabela's first solo exhibition, she showcases analog black-and-white work and pieces created using the collodion process from 1850 on large-format glass plates.

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