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Posted By Osten On 24/03/2011 @ 17:44 In | Comments Disabled

Dalkia archives store some amazing material – documentation from the expansion and operation of the Łódź EC1 power plant, group images of its workers and photos of Łódź from the beginning of the 20th century. A vast set of glass negatives (about 2000 pieces) comes from years 1922-1940. They were all taken by Łódź photographer W. Jekimenko. Fotofestiwal took steps in initial preparation of this amazing series and selecting the most interesting photos.

The extraordinary value of the archive lies in its complexity, continuity and details. Few years of the life of the power plant were presented very carefully, allowing to recreate not only subsequent construction changes but also the lives of workers – from management to the physical workers who built the first power lines in the centre of Łódź. The author was not only a skilled craftsman and documentalist, but, most of all, a conscious photographer whose output does not fall far from the works by the most prominent artists of his time.

Curators: Marek Domański, Marta Szymańska

Exhibition co-organiser: Dalkia

Centralne Muzeum Włókiennictwa

Piotrkowska 282
opening hours:
08.05: 11.00-16.00
Tue, Wed, Fri: 9.00-17.00
Thu: 11.00-19.00
Sat-Sun: 11.00-16.00
Mon: closed

opening: 06.05, 16.00
exhibition will be held: 06.05-29.05

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