Bryczynski looks at how city dwellers try to connect with nature–he documents urban gardens in Nairobi, New York, Warsaw, and Yerevan (Armenia). It is as if the world were a single village, whose inhabitants seek to meet similar, and very human, needs. He focuses on low-income communities where people respond to a basic need rather than any passing fad.
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Born in Poland, Jan Brykczynski, is a founding partner of the internationally renowned Sputnik Photos collective. His first book Boiko (2014) explored rural life in the Ukrainian Carpathian Mountains and his work on Icelandic farms led to him being awarded the inaugural Syngenta Photography Award. He has exhibited in Noorderligcht Gallery, Leica Gallery Warsaw, National Museum in Gdansk, PhotoDoc in Utrecht, and in Deichtorhallen, Hamburg. He has published in New York Times International, Die Welt, The Independent, Cicero, Art, Der Spiegel, Le Monde, The Chicago Tribune, foto8, Lense Culture. He is represented by the Anzenberger Agency. Jan lives in Warsaw with his wife and daughter.
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