An exhibition of photographs documenting ceremonies and behaviours that are the most traditional in a given country. Among them are scenes from puppet and acting theatres in Indonesia, which is simultaneously a theatre and a religious ritual; ablutions in the city of Pushkar, where the only Temple of Brahma in India is located; images of Papuan warriors from part of New Guinea belonging to Indonesia, and New Year’s celebrations in Laos.
The pictures are a selection of Asian-themed photographs taken during over one hundred trips to Asia and Africa.
Dominik Skurzak is a traveller brought up in Africa, a journalist and photojournalist, cooperating with “National Geographic”, “The Warsaw Voice” and “Rzeczpospolita”, and also the official photojournalist of the 2000 and 2005 Chopin Competitions and co-founder of the “Guide to the Gambia” — a book which won first place in the category of illustrated guides at the International Book Fair in Warsaw in 2015 . Since 2014, he has organized expeditions to African countries. His works were featured in numerous albums and photographic exhibitions in Poland and abroad.