In 2003, genetic research was published, indicating that a large male population in the world (about 0.5%) came directly from Genghis Khan, the founder of the Mongol Empire.
It is estimated that mainly 8% (16 million) men living in the former Empire.
According to historical sources, every village conquered by the Mongol army was plundered and plundered, while women living in it were raped, offering the chief the most attractive as war gains.
Adrian Jaszczak, b. 1989. Photographer freelancer, lives in Łódź. In his work, he focuses on reportage and a document about social color. Laureate of the Grand Press Photo (2015), BZ WBK Press Foto (2015), Sony World Photography Awards (2014, 2015), Leica Street Photo (2013, 2014, 2018). His photographs were presented at group exhibitions, including Eastreet 3, ‘What’s up Photo Doc’ (Paris).
Opening: 12.06, 5 PM
Location: Galeria Mała Czarna, ul. Wojska Polskiego 121 (ASP im. Wł. Strzemińskiego in Łódź 1st floor, blok B, room 108)
Opening hours:12.06-30.06, 9 AM-8 PM