Eustachy Kossakowski

Kossakowski is renowned as a perceptive photographer of Polish artistic life in the 1960s. Associated with the Krzywe Koło Gallery, he became involved with the Foksal Gallery and photographed performances and plays directed by Tadeusz Kantor and Jerzy Grotowski. His well-known photographs documented Kantor’s Panoramic Sea Happening in 1967, including the famous photo of Edward Krasiński conducting the sea's waves. Krasiński also used Kossakowski’s photographs in his own projects.
TADEUSZ KANTOR'S „PANORAMIC SEA HAPPENING” PICTURE BY EUSTACHY KOSSAKOWSKI

TADEUSZ KANTOR'S „PANORAMIC SEA HAPPENING” PICTURE BY EUSTACHY KOSSAKOWSKI

a stork in Warsaw (60's). by Eustachy Kossakowski

a stork in Warsaw (60's). by Eustachy Kossakowski

Eustachy Kossakowski | Sea Concerto

Eustachy Kossakowski | Sea Concerto

Eustachy Kossakowski

Eustachy Kossakowski

Kossakowski.

Kossakowski.

„6 metrów przed Paryżem” Eustachy Kossakowski

„6 metrów przed Paryżem” Eustachy Kossakowski

Eustachy Kossakowski: Tadeusz Kantor - The Water-Hen

Eustachy Kossakowski: Tadeusz Kantor - The Water-Hen

Eustachy Kossakowski  Untitled, vers 1970

Eustachy Kossakowski Untitled, vers 1970

Eustachy Kossakowski's photographs of Edward Krasiński „Spear”, Zalesie, 1964

Eustachy Kossakowski's photographs of Edward Krasiński „Spear”, Zalesie, 1964

Eustachy Kossakowski: Edward Krasinski w "Panoramicznym happeningu morskim" Tadeusza Kantora, 1967

Eustachy Kossakowski: Edward Krasinski w "Panoramicznym happeningu morskim" Tadeusza Kantora, 1967

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