Adam Wilkoszarski is a polish documentary/landscape photographer based Poznań, Poland, born in 1986. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Photography from University of Arts in Poznań.
In his works, he concentrates on the ways in which places, which are usually full of people, are changing the very moment when they become abandoned and empty. He tries to find places in which the borders between public and private spheres are blurred and he is looking for the signs of disappearing or crossing of those borders.
Wonderful landscapes, exotic nature and warm sea illuminated by brilliant sun shining incessantly. Ejlat is a paradise. No wonder it is considered one of the most striking tourist destinations in Israel. Similarly to Israel itself, this city can’t be embraced in one emotion, sentence or image. It is as ambivalent as can be. The perfect and utopian landscape is somewhat overshadowed by history, politics and dealings of the high and mighty of this world. Take a step beyond the barbed wire and you will uncover another completely different reality. The reality, which for a person on the outside, is both illusory and utopian.
To view more of Adam’s work please visit his website.