Tomasz Laczny --visual artist, photographer, author of photo books. Born in Poland, studiedart, design and philosophy. In his works he deals with complex issues ofidentity, belonging and connection. He published a photobook “40” about refugeecamps and conflict in Western Sahara which received honorable mention in 2016 DummyAward Kassel competition. Hiscurrent photobook "Disappearance"has been shortlisted to this year’sKassel Dummy Award Competition. He lives and works in London.


Solo Exhibitions:
2018 Zonoteka Berlin, Germany
2017 Fotobuch2017, Special Guest, Cologne Germany
2016 LePlac’Art Photo Paris France 

Group Exhibitions:

2018 (upcoming) Manifesto,Touluose, France
2019 (upcoming) Art Book Fair Tokyo
2018 Zentralbibliothek imKulturpalast, Dresden
2018 Photography Seminar, Nida
2018 Photobookweek, Aarhus
2018 Internationale Photoszene, Koln
2018 Organvida Festival, Zagreb
2018 Photo Legendo (Officine Fotografiche Roma) Rome
2018 IED, Madrid
2018 Triennial of Photography, Dichtorhallen, Hamburg
2018 Kassel Photobookfestival, Documenta Halle
2018 PhotoIreland – The Library Project, Dublin
2017 Tabernacle Gallery “Mythologies”, London, UK
2017 AthensPhoto Festival Photobook Exhibition
2017 KolgaPhoto Festival, Tbilisi, Georgia,
2017 FormatFestival, Derby
2016 Photobook Week Aarhus, Galleri Image
2016 Encontrosda Imagem, Braga
2016 OrganVida Festival, Zagreb
2016 Fotogalleriet, Oslo
2016 PhotoIreland, Dublin
2016 Fotoleggendo,Rome
2016 8.Fotobookfestival Kassel / Beijing
2015 Hundred Years Gallery, London 

Awards:
2018 Dummy Award Kassel competition – shortlist
2018 Manifesto, Touluose, France -- finalist
2017 Athens Photo Festival Shortlist
2017 Kolga Photo Festival Finalist
2017 Vienna Photo Book Award Finalist
2016 Dummy Award Kassel competition -- honorable mention

Books:

2018 Disappearance
2018 Almost True (as a part of a group)
2016 Cul De Sac
2016 40/place which does not exis

Teaching Experience:
2018 Creating handmade photobook workshop, London UK
2017 Visual Storytelling workshop, Refugee camps near Tinduf, Algeria

Publications:
2018 Almost True Void
2018 Burn Magazine
2017 Kolga Photo Festival catalogue
2017 F-Stop Magazine Love issue
2017 prism 25.6 Disappearance
2017 British Journal of Photography

Internships:
2017 Anders Petersen Lab

Using Format