by Bolek Wanat
This is POLIN - a Warsaw-based museum of Polish-Jewish history. Dynamic, curved walls of the main hall divide the building. These walls resemble the waters of the Red Sea, separated by Moses. This fissure symbolizes a gap in the 1000-year long history of Polish Jews. Simultaneously, the monumental hall, full of light, reminds us that the history has not yet ended, and that POLIN Museum is indeed the museum of life.
About the artist:
Born in 1980 in Cracow, he has been involved in digital art for over 20 years and has also worked in digital painting. For 15 years professionally involved in artistic photography. He also specializes in abstract architectural shots. Recently, he was invited by the controversial painter Aga Gzyl, using silicone as a medium for a joint project - link: http://agnieszkagzyl.com