Adam-MazurAdam Mazur (Poland) – art critic, art historian, curator, editor-in-chief of “Szum”magazine. His main interests are contemporary art and documentary photography. Teaches at Art University in Poznan. In years 2002-2013 worked at the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw. At different venues in Poland and abroad curated exhibitions such as “New Documentary” (2006), “Red-Eye Effect” (2008), “Missing Documents. Photographs of Polish Transformation After 1989” (2012) “Depth of Vision” (2014) to list only major group shows. Edited exhibition, collection catalogues and books like “New Phenomena in Polish Art after 2000” (2007). Published books “Histories of Photography in Poland 1839-2009” (2010), “New Phenomena in Polish Photography after 2000” (2012). In years 2002-2005 worked at International Exhibitions department of the Ujazdowski Castle as junior curator and co-curated solo exhibitions of Nan Goldin, Pipliotti Rist. Curated several solo shows at different venues in Poland (Lodz, Cracow, Poznan) and abroad (Madrid, Bratislava, Berlin, Istambul). In years 2004-2011 was an editor-in-chief of “Obieg” magazine. Contributing editor of Magentamag. In 2013 launched with Jakub Banasiak a new magazine on contemporary art “Szum”. In 2014 started with Lukasz Gorczyca a tumbler devoted to Polish photobooks (http://polishphotobook.tumblr.com/).

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