Bogdan Konopka (born in 1953 in Poland) began taking photographs in the mid-1970s, first pointing the lens of his camera at the city where he lived and which had been - for the most part - destroyed in the World War 2; the city with double identity: Breslau – Wrocław. What interested him the most was the zone of shadows, both in the sense of its commonplace meaning, as well as the nature of photography itself.
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