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Photographer and A Member
Association of Polish Artistic Photographers
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Janusz Rosikon is a photographer and a member of the Association of Polish Artistic Photographers.
photographs have been featured in Time, Newsweek, and Reader's Digest
Town Halls in Poland Rathäuser in Polen, Janusz Rosikon, ROSIKON PRESS
Janusz Rosikon is a photographer and a member of the Polish Union of Journalists.
photographs appeared, among others, in Time Magazine
and Schweizer Illustrierte
held individual exhibitions at several venues in Poland and abroad, including Stara Galeria
(Old Gallery) in Warsaw, the Barbican Centre
in London, the Academy of Fine Art in Vilnius, the Piast Castle in G³ogów, the Civic Centre
in Wroc³aw, the Arthur Court in Toruñ, the Old Orangery at the £azienki Park in Warsaw and the Polish Parliament.
October | 2013 | Shroud of Turin Blog
It's called Witnesses to Mystery: Investigations into Christ's Relics and it is by by Grzegorz Gorny (Author) and Janusz Rosikon (Illustrator).
In this lavishly illustrated large coffee-table volume, writer Gorny and photographer Rosikon embarked on a two year investigative journey to seek the truth behind all the relics associated with the passion of Christ.
Janusz Rosikon is a photographer and a member of the Polish Journalists' Association and the Association of Polish Artistic Photographers.
photographs have been featured in Time
, and Reader's Digest
and various European publications.
work has been exhibited in public galleries in Poland, England, Austria, and North America.
POLISH NEWS - Art Page - Photo exhibition by well internationally known Polish photographer, Janusz Rosikon "Madonnas of Europe"
Photographer, member of Association of Polish Journalists, Union of Polish Artists Photographers
, publishes photographs in magazine, including: Viva, TIME Magazine
, Reader's Digest
, Miejsca Swiete
For this reason, Janusz Rosikon
, the author looked to the most important element that Europe has in common: Christian culture.His
photographs show not only the images of Virgin Mary from different corners of Europe, but also pilgrims lost in prayer and united in their cult of St. Mary.For centuries, Christians have been going on pilgrimages along the same trails to join together in adoration Of the Mother of God.In Europe, still so full of contrasts, they find what cultures, societies and nations have in common.The idea of a united Europe has been voiced for many years.
But this "new" Europe is more than just the economy, common currency or lifted borders.It is primarily our common and religious roots, common Christian tradition and its manifestations, among which the Marian cult plays a role that cannot be underestimated.
Ignatius Press M - Z
Pilgrimages to the Great Marian Shrines by Janusz Rosikon.
A glorious, over-sized deluxe volume of more than 200 original photos of 70 Marian Shrines throughout Europe.Renowned Catholic photographer Janusz Rosikon (TIME, Newsweek, etc.) spent five years making pilgrimages to these sanctuaries, and he captures the devout faith and warm sincerity of pilgrims, as well as the unique and transcendent splendor of the beauty of each Marian shrine.
Completely unique in its beauty, size, original photos and inspiring text, this gorgeous volume is a wonderful tribute to the Blessed Virgin Mary, and the great love that her
children have for her