In his dual practice as a graphic designer and photographer, Jurek Wajdowicz concentrates on what at first glance are binary oppositions, at Kasia Michalski Gallery, through July 31st, 2015. On the one hand, contributing to the misssion of international non-governmental institutions fighting for a better, safer and healthier world, he works with disturbing images of poverty, famine, social inequality and violence.
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