Witold Marczewski’s Lublin – photography exhibition
The exhibition presents the photography of Witold Marczewski, who was not only an electrical engineer and translator but also a passionate photographer. He travelled extensively for work and took thousands of photos in various places such as Baku, Istanbul, Greece, France, Italy, and several cities in Poland, including Lublin, Puławy, Kazimierz Dolny, and Warsaw. The exhibition focuses on Marczewski’s photographs of Lublin, where he lived from 1922 to 1929. The photographs depict Lublin’s architecture, including the former Jewish quarter, and everyday life during the interwar period. The photos on display come from the Marczewski family collections, which have been made available to the House of Meetings with History in Warsaw, the exhibition’s partner.
Photographer: Witold Marczewski
When: 3/4 June, 19.00-2.00
Where: The Hartwig Alley