“Siberian Białystok — Resurrection” is an exhibition of photos telling about the everyday life of a small village in the Siberian wilderness, a village with the familiar name of Bialystok. The town was founded by Polish settlers in the 19th century. Their descendants live there to this day.
The photo exhibition shows the realities of life in Siberia. Nostalgic views of a Siberian village, wooden houses, landscapes and inhabitants captured in the photos faithfully reflect the unique atmosphere of this place.
The authors of the photos are Agnieszka Kaniewska, Maciej Ciebiera, Nikita Rybałow, Julia and Witalij Pogonin. The exhibition was prepared by Anna Kietlińska and Magdalena Zięckowska-Tuchlińska. Its opening took place in June 2017.
The exposition consists of 12 PVC boards with a thickness of 5 mm. Eight boards measure 150 cm x 100 cm, the other four are 100 cm x 100 cm.
Detailed information on the terms of rental is provided by the Marketing, Development and Dissemination Department, Weglowa 1 Street in Bialystok.
Phone number: +48 795 650 804.