The Japanese gardens – beautiful, mysterious and full of symbolism – subtly reflect the most important laws of nature and its dormant power. The Japanese gardens are proof of nature’s harmonious coexistence with elements created by human hand and their mutual influence on each other manmade elements.
Małgorzata Wołodźko is a landscape architect. Her fascination with Japan manifests itself in both her private and professional life. The result of this passion is the attempt to capture the remarkable variety of Japanese gardens, the true artwork, in photography. The author wished to preserve their uniqueness, to unhook the clang of mystery and to show the fleeting charm of places so distant in space and time.
Curator: Barbara Banasik