An attempt to create another dimension of non-obvious space, which we do not see in our reality at first glance.
Wilczyk creates a record of forms from the past that seemingly have grown into a contemporary landscape, but still stand out from it, evoking the memory of the complicated past.
The everyday reality of the fulfilling apocalypse.
30,000 Jews had lived in Bucharest before the World War II. Currently, this community is ten times smaller.
During this year’s Białystok Zamenhof Days we present an exhibition of covers of selected Esperanto publications.