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Polish Artist Collaborates with Kjeld

Monday, June 19, 2006 Posted: 09:59 PM JST

Polish serigraphy artist and painter Agnieszka Ledochowska used photographs of Japanese street fashion taken by Kjeld Duits for some amazing art work. See the complete collection at her site.

Agnieszka Ledochowska

Ledochowska was born in 1976 in the Polish city of Gdynia (Poland). She studied Painting and Graphics at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk between 1997 and 200. Recently she was selected as a finalist for the International Biennial Print and Drawing Exhibition in Taiwan.

Ledochowska has been doing a large number of collaborations with photographers from all over the world. At the moment she is working on a project with an artist at Vaal University of Technogy and Design in South Africa.

Keywords: arts_entertainment

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2 comments so far post your own

1 | At 09:59am on Feb 24 2007, Prizmatic wrote:
Interestingly, but it is a little gloomy and in the same way. Especially it " the Indian spot on a forehead " .Если for example the Pole to represent in Russian national shirt - hardly it will be well apprehended... (I apologize for the critical estimation, but such my opinion)
2 | At 10:00am on Feb 24 2007, Prizmatic wrote:
Interestingly, but it is a little gloomy and in the same way. Especially it " the Indian spot on a forehead " .Если for example the Pole to represent in Russian national shirt - hardly it will be well apprehended... (I apologize for the critical estimation, but such my opinion)
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