An exhibition of Maciek Nabrdalik’s body of work Anabela , which explores the mass migration of Portugal’s recent graduates and young adults to other countries in search of better opportunities, will be on view at COSMOS Galerie in Paris. The opening reception will be held February 27.
An in-depth review of Book of the Week at photo-eye.com.
The Irreversible published by Stern. See the gallery here.
Szeroki Kadr has released the 2nd part of the guide by Maciek. See the Part 2 here (Polish version only).
New Yorker magazine asked a few photographers to share their Christmas cards with the readers. See Maciek’s card in the gallery.
Szeroki Kadr invited Maciek to do an interview/guide on his approach when photographing people. See the Part 1 here (Polish version only).
We had an honor to meet with young people from high schools in Warsaw as an accompanying event for The Irreversible exhibition. We were proud and moved to meet so many sensitive and wise people. Thank you, also on behalf of our special guest – Jerzy Ulatowski. See some photographs here.
Maciek will be signing copies of The Irreversible book on November 15 in Le Bal Museum during the Paris Photo Festival in Paris, France.
The Irreversible exhibition came to Poland! The exhibition organized by the Press Club Polska and co-financed by the Polish National Center for Culture is hosted by the Leica Gallery Warszawa. Come and visit by Dec 5th. The space was thoughtfully designed by our favorite Ania Nałęcka! See the gallery in the Exhibitions section.
Maciek Nabrdalik’s body of work Transphere, photographs taken during Polish Miss Trans Beauty Contests with a classic Polaroid Land Camera and processed using image-transfer technique, will be exhibited at the Municipal Art Gallery in Athens during Athens Photo Festival
Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw hosted a presentation of The Irreversible book by Maciek and Agnieszka Nabrdalik as a part of Print Control Week 2013.
The Irreversible featured at CBSNews.com See the gallery Portraits Holocaust Surviors by Maciek Nabrdalik.
Maciek Nabrdalik’s work Generation Leaving will be part of the evening screenings at the Visa pour l’Image 2013 festival in Perpignan, France. The project, on which he worked after receiving the 2012 Pierre & Alexandra Boulat Association Award, explores economic migration among European youths
Warsaw’s Zacheta National Gallery of Art hosted the Polish launch of The Irreversible, the first book by Maciek and Agnieszka Nabrdalik which consists of 42 portraits of former prisoners of German-run Nazi concentration camps and as many conversations on the survivors’ experiences, thoughts, and observations. To find out more about the book go to the dedicated website of The Irreversible.
Maciek has been invited to judge the tenth Photographic Street Fight contest in Gliwice, Poland. Congrats to the winners!
The Irreversible featured at Slate.com Read The Last Holocaust Surviors by David Rosenberg.
Maciek Nabrdalik has been recognized with Second Prize in the Environment category of the 2013 Polish Grand Press Photo Awards for his story Homesick for Chernobyl.
HOST launches a series of initiatives aimed at the public of Fotografia Europea, the festival in Reggio Emilia(Italy) with a direct exchange with the 23 photographers of VII.
Maciek has been recognized in two categories of the 2013 BZ WBK Press Foto contest. Nabrdalik has been awarded second place in the categories of Environmental Story for Homesick for Chernobyl, and also Portrait Series for his project The Irreversible.
Maciek wins Pictures of the Year International, 3rd place in Portrait Series for The Irreversible!
"Inquiry" - special issue of Private magazine dedicated to VII features Polish Catholicism by Maciek. View tearsheets.
La Mia Memoria - The Irreversible published in Italian L'Espresso magazine. View tearsheets.
Maciek Nabrdalik has been invited to participate in the Sea Change project - a photo documentary about young Europeans. Follow Sea Change photographers on Facebook!
The Irreversible on VII The Magazine. The people recorded in this video are the same age as the respective subjects were when in the camps. Thanks to all the contributors! Edited by Scott Thode. Click here.
The Irreversible featured on CNN Photo blog Click here!
Maciek interview by Pokochaj Fotografie magazine. To read (in Polish only) and to see the photographs download their 14th issue here!
VII's releases a dedicated newsletter on The Irreversible book project. To view it click here.
Maciek Nabrdalik has been recognized by this year's Polish Press Agency (PAP) Ryszard Kapuscinski award for his essay, Chernobyl's Outskirts. The award is given by PAP in memory of the famous polish reporter Ryszard Kapuscinski. Each year only four journalists - one each in writing, radio, tv, and photography journalism - are chosen to receive the award. See the ceremony here.
Maciek has been interviewed by Digital Camera magazine. View the tear sheets.
The dedicated website for The Irreversible book project has been launched. To find out more and to order the book visit www.theirreversible.com
Maciek Nabrdalik has won the 2012 edition of the Pierre & Alexandra Boulat Grant. Nabrdalik was selected for a project called Economic Migrations, which documents, in three countries, migrations caused by the recent global economic crisis. He will receive ‚Ç¨8000, which will go towards the production of his work in the coming year before being shown at the 2013 edition of Visa Pour l'Image. Read more.
Maciek Nabrdalik‚Äôs work on ‚ÄúFaith in Poland‚Äù will be presented as an evening projection during the 2012 Visa pour l‚ÄôImage festival in Perpignan, France. September 6th, 2012, Campo Santo, Visa pour l‚ÄôImage 2012, Perpignan, France. Read more.
Maciek‚Äôs ‚ÄúChernobyl‚Äôs Outskirts‚Äù, will be exhibited during Lumix Festival for Young Photojournalism , Hannover, Germany. Read more.
Maciek Nabrdalik wins The Best Of Photojournalism 2012 in Enterprise Picture Story (large markets), HM for "Polish Catholicism".
‚ÄúiSee‚Äù VII‚Äôs group show featuring images by 19 photographers taken with iPhones will open March 15th at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Boston, USA.
Maciek Nabrdalik wins BZWBK Press Foto 2012 1st prize in Society Picture Story for "Polish Catholicism".
Maciek Nabrdalik received a grant from the Polish National Center for Culture under the commission of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage to continue the international part of his project on Holocaust survivors. The Young Poland program is addressed to young Polish artists (under 35 years of age) who have already achieved success in their fields of art. Read more.
Maciek Nabrdalik has been accepted as a full member of VII Photo agency.
Maciek Nabrdalik wins The Best Of Photojournalism 2011 in Road to Office Picture Story, 1st place for "The Presidential Campaign of Jaroslaw Kaczynski".
Maciek Nabrdalik wins The Best Of Photojournalism 2011 in The Road to Office Single, 1st place for "The Presidential Campaign of Jaroslaw Kaczynski".
Maciek Nabrdalik wins BZWBK Press Foto 2011 in Portrait Picture Story, 2nd place for "The Presidential Campaign of Jaroslaw Kaczynski".
Maciek Nabrdalik wins BZWBK Press Foto 2011 in Society Picture Story, HM for "Chernobyl‚Äôs Outskirts".
Exhibition ‚ÄúChernobyl‚Äù by Antonin Kratochvil, Maciek Nabrdalik and Donald Weber will be shown in VII Gallery, New York. Read more.
Nabrdalik‚Äôs work on Chernobyl in Manes Gallery Prague as a part of group exhibition Antonin Kratochvil and students.
Maciek Nabrdalik wins Grand Press Photo 2011 2nd place in Daily Life Picture Story, for "Chernobyl‚Äôs Outskirts".
Maciek Nabrdalik wins Grand Press Photo 2011 2nd place in People Picture Story, for "The Presidential Campaign of Jaroslaw Kaczynski".
Maciek Nabrdalik wins Pictures Of The Year International 2011 in the Feature Picture Story - Freelance/Agency category, 1st place for "Chernobyl's Outskirts".
Maciek joins VII Network which expands the ideals and journalistic mission of VII Photo to include important photographic work by selected non-members. This new collection of talented photographers permits VII Photo to continue to support its clients throughout the world, in meeting their demand for high-quality, in-depth reportage, contemporary issue-based stories, which provide a critical photographic perspective of the world around us.
Maciek Nabrdalik wins first price of Grand Press Photo 2010 contest in the People Series category for "Survivors".
Nabrdalik has been selected to present his work at LOOKbetween LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph which will take place in June 2010 in Charlottesville, USA.
For the second time Maciek took a part in Antonin Kratochvil's workshop in Chernobyl, Ukraine.
"One Last Sitting for Holocaust Survivors" by Maciek Nabrdalik/VII Mentor Program featured on New York Times - Lens Blog.
Maciek Nabrdalik wins The Best Of Photojournalism 2010 in the Portrait Series category, 3rd place for "Survivors".
Maciek took a part in Gary Knight's / Dispatches workshop in Siem Reap, Camboida. The story he shot there - "The Floating Villagers of Cambodia" you can see in the FEATURES section.
Maciek's "Gleason's Gym"was published in IL magazine, Italy.
"Winter Bathing" published in Polityka magazine, Poland.
Maciek's "Gleason's Gym" awarded with the 2nd prize in Sport Features category of BZWBK Pressfoto Contest in Poland.
Nabrdalik has been invited to join the "VII Mentor Program" of prestigious VII Photo agency. Over next two years he'll work closely with his respective mentor - Antonin Kratochvil - to develop his field craft, and VII will act as his exclusive sales and distribution agent.
An inividual exhibition of Nabrdalik's work in Galeria Obok ZPAF, Warsaw, Poland.