Agata Wolanska’s Vibrant Portraits

Photographer Agata Wolanska‘s career path started by capturing friends, mostly dancers and musicians, and soon turned into passion for fashion shoots.

“It’s kind of the retrospective of what I see and put into my photography.”
Working between London and Paris, Wolanska’s style can be described as the combination of her affection for colors, shapes, and a candid observation of the everyday life. Fascinated by different cultures and environments, Wolanska puts instinctively the things she encounters on a daily basis into the fashion context. “It’s a sort of documenting ‘mise-en-scène’, which allows me to create the atmosphere and transfer my taste on things I can see around me,” says the photographer. Her work is usually described as retro, which feels fine with the artist. She explains: “I don’t dislike it as it’s kind of the retrospective of what I see and put into my photography.”

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All images © Agata Wolanska

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