About the artworkThis photo can be custom size. "I use the medium of photography freely and instinctively, at times beyond its conventional role, form and expectations. Constantly experimenting, discovering new meanings. Attempting to move imaginations. From sharp, colourful geometric shots to soft and calming landscapes. From intensely minimalist to intensely complex. Looking for beauty and poetry in the mundane. Hunting for treasures.Photographs chosen to present in collaboration with Contempop Gallery are all concentrated around ocean and atmosphere, which are definitely my favourite photographic subject.In these photographs I’m exploring vast, natural spaces that surround us. Humans in my creations are often reduced to tiny, anonymous figures, lost in endlessness. I want to show our smallness in a face of limitlessness of space and time."
Marek Emczek Olszewski, born in Poland in 1981, is living and working in London since 2006. Marek obtained his photographic diploma at RACC in Richmond upon Thames in 2011, however, he is mainly a self-taught photographer, continuously experimenting and discovering new ways of expression. He is attracted to non-obviousness, light and shadow play, movement, reflection, geometry and extreme minimalism.
Member of renowned art societies: Free Painters and Sculptors (London 1952), Association of Polish Art Photographers (Warsaw 1947) and Association of Polish Artists in Great Britain (London 1955). Marek has exhibited in many exhibitions and art fairs in London, New York, Los Angeles, Seoul, Brussels, Barcelona, France and Poland, including two solo shows. His photographs can be found in private collections all over the world. Marekâ€™s work has been featured and bought by some of the worldâ€™s leading architects and interior designers, including a high profile commission for Qatari Headquarters in Londonâ€™s Mayfair and Candy & Candy. Awarded with prizes and distinctions in competitions organized by Royal Society of Chartered Surveyors (Infrastructure Photographer Of The Year), National Open Art, Construction Industry Council, COMPAS Oxford University and American Society of Civil Engineers.