Contact:
Mühlgasse 4, 06108 Halle (Saale)
+49 1627 344 025 / thomas@lewandovski.de

Tomasz Lewandowski
is born 1978 in Nysa (PL). 2004 engineer graduate in the Opole University of Technology (PL). 2006 cofounder of TUMW Wroclaw (PL). 2007 co-owner and later journalist for Inwestor magazine (PL). 2010 freelance journalist for architektura magazine (PL). 2012 master of arts graduate in photography in the Burg Giebichenstein University of Arts Halle under prof. Rudolf Schäfer (D). 2012 assistant lecturer in the Burg Giebichenstein U.o.A.(D). 2014 start of the ph.d. in the Burg Giebichenstein U.o.A in the department of Design Studies (D). 2017 guest lecturer for the photography in the Institute of the Art Education Warsaw (PL). Publications (text, photo) in several architectural magazines in Europe, Asia and North America.

Art exhibitions:
Damascus, Berlin, Halle (Saale), Karlsruhe, Leipzig, Munich, Saarbrücken, Warsaw.

Photo festivals:
2017 – „Interphoto“ (Grand Prix exhibition – nomination, exhibited finalist), Bialystok (PL), 2017 – Vintage Photo Festival (Grand Prix exhibition – 2nd Prize), Bydgoszcz (PL), 2015 – „WFFA“ Warszawski Festiwal Fotografii Artystycznej (program open, individual exhibition), Warsaw (PL).

Awards / competitions:
2017 – HANT Magazin für Fotografie (D): nominee for jubilee issue №10 "HOME SWEET HOME", 2017 – Photography Grant: Architecture Nominee, 2017 – Vintage Photo Festival, Bydgoszcz ( PL): 2nd Grand Prix Prize, 2017 – International Photography Awards (IPA): 1st Place in Book (self-published) / Documentary, 2017 – Monovision Awards: 1st Place – Black & White Architectural Series of the Year, 2017 – „Wie wollen wir wohnen“, photo competition of the Fotopioniere Louis&Nicéphore (D): exhibited finalist, 2017 – Felix Schoeller Preis (D): shortlisted, 2015 – „Stadttraum-Traumstadt“, photo competition of the Hoepfner-Stiftung (D): exhibited finalist, 2015 – Opus Fotopreis (D): exhibited finalist.

Books:
2017„Weiterbauen, weiterdenken – neue Häuser für Martin Luther. Die musealen Erweiterungen in Wittenberg, Eisleben und Mansfeld.“ Stiftung Luthergedenkstätten in Sachsen-Anhalt, Hirmer Verlag, München, 2012 – „Postmodernism is almost all right. Polish architecture after socialist globalisation“ (coopproject). Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw.