37 x 55 cm (5 copies), 43 x 64 cm(10 copies), 50 x 74 cm (15 copies)
Hiroshima – Phoenix rising from the ashes" and a dry seal, on the back the author's signature: "Marcin Ryczek
Black and white photography, digital print, Digigraphie® by Epson
Hiroshima – Phoenix rising from the ashes (Japan, Hiroshima 2013) – This photograph is a reflection on good and evil, life and death. It was made and refers to a place unique to all mankind, the city of Hiroshima, which was razed to the ground, as a result of the most deadly weapon that man has invented and used. The dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima took the lives and put thousands of innocent people at risk of permanent disability. Like the mythical bird Phoenix – a symbol of eternal rebirth – Hiroshima rose from the ashes and became a symbol of remembrance, peace and mercy, which is most clearly reflected in the thought repeated by the residents of this city – “The best form of avenging the victims is forgiveness.”
The edition is available in three formats: 37 x 55 cm, 43 x 64 cm and 50 x 74 cm, issued in 5, 10 and 15 copies, respectively. Add 5 cm of white margin to each format Digigraphie digital print
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Baryta 315 gr/m2
Digigraphie® Certificate of Authenticity
He specializes mainly in minimalist and symbolic photography. He uses geometry and symbols in his work. The main principle he follows in photography is the premise of minimum form, maximum content.
Marcin Ryczek’s photographs were presented, among others. In exhibitions in the USA, Germany, Poland, the Netherlands, Romania, India, England, Austria, Denmark, Italy, Serbia, Taiwan and France.