Karol Grygoruk – born in 1985. Received his Master’s degree in Sociology and Social Anthropology at the University of Warsaw, and graduated from the Institute of Documentary Photography at the Silesian University in Opava. For many years he has worked for non-governmental organizations in Poland and abroad. He graduated from the Helsinki Foundation School on Human Rights, co-organized the International Film Festival WatchDocs, and has photographed for Greenpeace for the past ten years. He is a lecturer at the Photography Academy in Warsaw. He specialized in theories of visual culture and its aspects in the contemporary American photography. His works were exhibited at numerous galleries such as the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. Represented by the photography agency SHOOTME Photographers & Production, based in Warsaw. He is an art director for Vice Poland and his photography essays have been published in numerous magazines including Vice (online and print), i-D (online and print), Noisey, largest daily newspaper in Poland - Gazeta Wyborcza, Polityka, and more.
2017 The Independent Photography Festival
2016 International Art Fair Warsaw, Poland, collective (Shootmeart).
2016 Leica Gallery Warsaw, Poland, Brofessional Brand Dopping & Back Door Bragging, artist showcase by Dawid Misiorny.
2016 Pauza Gallery, Cracow, Poland, Photographer is one of the many, collective.
2016 Gallery Lwowska 3, Warsaw, Poland, Photographer is one of the many, collective.
2015 Centrum Zamenhoffa Gallery, Białystok, Poland, Trash Drugs and Male Bonding, individual.
2014 Museum of Modern Art. Warsaw, Archiwa Najtlajfu, collective.
2014 Lookout Gallery Warsaw, Poland Tribute to Young Poland, collective.
2013 Photograpy Biennale in Poznan, Poland, Na własny użytek (For one’s use), collective.