As part of the 10th jubilee edition of the “Wszyscy Jesteśmy Fotografami” (We are All Photographers) meetings, we would like to invite you to special workshops with an outstanding British photographer Vanessa Winship. They will be held on 21-25 November in JEDNOSTKA Gallery as part of the artist’s residence programme in Warsaw.

Our workshops will be an opportunity to meet with one of the world’s most interesting photographers, find out more about her artistic works and work under her supervision. Each participant will have a chance to focus on both already completed projects as well as those just initiated.


Workshop agenda:

21.11.2018: 9 a.m.–3 p.m.
22.11.2018: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (incl. 1h break)
23.11.2018: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (incl. 1h break)
24.11.2018: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (incl. 1h break)
25.11.2018: 9 a.m.–12 noon (Summary)

Number of participants: 10
Admission: free
Please note: Organisers don’t provide meals or reimbursement for costs of travel and accommodation


Recruitment: Please email us at and attach the following:
– Bio in English (max. 800 characters)
– Pdf file with one completed project (max. 15 photos with description in English)
– Pdf file with one started project (min. 2 photos with description in English)


The most interesting entries will be selected by Vanessa Winship! In your submission please provide your name, surname and phone number. Submission deadline is 30 October 2018.


Vanessa Winship
Born in the UK in 1960. For Vanessa Winship photography is a process of literacy, a journey of understanding. Her work explores the fragile nature of our society, and landscape and the legacy of our collective and individual histories.
Studied cinema, photography and video at the Polytechnic of central London 1984-1987. Lived and worked for several years in Turkey and the surrounding region, as well as working extensively in Britain, and the United States of America.
In 2011 she was the first woman to win the Henri Cartier Bresson foundation award.
Other recognition includes the Sony I’iris d’or World Photography Award, the National Portrait Gallery Godfrey Argent award and World Press Photo.
Her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. In 2014 she had her first major retrospective at Foundacion Mapfre in Madrid, Spain. In the summer of 2018 she had her first major solo show in London at the Barbican Art Gallery.
She is the author of five photographic monographs, including “Schwarzes Meer (Black Sea)”, “Sweet Nothings”, “she dances on Jackson”, “Vanessa Winship”, “And Time Folds”.


Location: JEDNOSTKA Gallery, ul. Andersa 13, 00-159 Warsaw

Authors and initiators of WJF: Monika Szewczyk-Wittek and Katarzyna Sagatowska

Organisers: WSZYSCY JESTEŚMY FOTOGRAFAMI, barStudio, Fundacja Powiększenie, Galeria JEDNOSTKA
Main partners: Fujifilm, E. Wedel
Partner: Teatr Studio
Media patronage:, Digital Camera Polska,, NOTES.NA.6.TYGODNI, Warszawawarsawcom

„Between document and fiction – Vanessa Winship’s residence” is co-financed by City of Warsaw.