Born in Poland in 1979, Ania made Britain her home over a decade ago. Through photography she explores issues related to identity, social change, and Polish heritage. Having an MA in literature she’s interested in exploring the relationship between literary and visual expression.
Exhibitions:
February 2019: Andrew Wiles Building, University of Oxford ('Urban Geometry' joint exhibition with Magda Wolna)
December 2018: The Fairway Gallery, OUP, Oxford ('In Solitude', solo exhibition)
October - November 2018: Andrew Wiles Building, University of Oxford ('By the Window', group exhibition with Oxford Photographic Society)
June 2018: Bartholomew's Room, Eynsham ('Crossing Borders. To Calais and Back, solo exhibition)
May 2018: Oxfordshire Art Weeks ('Surprise!' group exhibition)
April 2018: I Liceum, Gdynia, Poland ('Chacun est libre d'être libre' competition winner) 
March - April 2018: North Wall Arts Centre ('In Solitude', group exhibition with Oxford Photographic Society)
March - April 2018: French Faculty, University of Gdansk, Poland ('Chacun est libre d'être libre' competition winner) 
March 2017: University of Essex, Colchester ('Sophie in Her Own Words,' solo exhibition)
January - March 2017: Museum of Natural History, Oxford ('Aura', group exhibition with Oxford Photographic Society)
November 2017: the Barn Gallery, Oxford (Photox group exhibition)
October 2016: Wandsworth Town Library, London ('Sophie in Her Own Words', solo exhibition)
June 2016: Fairway Gallery, Oxford University Press ('Sophie in Her Own Words', solo exhibition)
March 2016: Bucks County Museum, Aylesbury ('Haunted by Words', competition winners)
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