The aerial photography exhibition of Maciej Margas and Aleksandra Łogusz will take place for the third time in the Warsaw Trade Tower. Artists specializing in aerial photography will present their photos in Panorama Room on the 35th floor. The exhibition, which will last from December 2 to 18, will be accompanied by the premiere of the album POLAND ON AIR – over which photographers have been working for the last year. The album, created due to the 100th anniversary of Poland’s independence, and will include shots of the largest Polish cities – including Warsaw, Łódź, Kraków, Gdańsk, Wrocław, Poznań and Rzeszów.
POLAND ON AIR in WTT. POLAND ON AIR is the third exhibition of works by Maciej Margas and Aleksandra Łogusz in the Warsaw Trade Tower (WTT). This time, the artists have taken aerial photos of 12 Polish cities to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Poland’s regaining independence and to promote Poland in the world. During 15 months, photographers took over 20 flights and have taken pictures of, among others, Warsaw, Łódź, Kraków, Gdańsk, Wrocław, Poznań, Rzeszów, Białystok, Lublin, Bydgoszcz, Szczecin, Katowice, Bielsko-Biała and Toruń. They were publishing the effects of their work on social profiles, and now they will present them in a large size in Panorama Room on the 35th floor of WTT. The exhibition of 25 works be open every day from 1 p.m to 9 p.m between 2 and 18 December. Tickets at the price PLN 5 are available on website: http://polandonair.evenea.pl.
First Warsaw, then the whole of Poland. The last exhibition of works by Maciej Margas and Aleksandra Łogusz in the highest skyscraper in Warsaw took place in April 2017. At that time they showed pictures of the capital taken on board of a helicopter at the height of 3.5 km, which they made as part of the Warsaw ON AIR project. The exhibition has been a spectacular success, and the album with the same name has found recipients not only in Poland, but all over the world, including in Dubai, Sydney and New York. Even British princely couple – Princess Kate and Prince William got one copy. Aerial photos of the capital became a pretext for many people to get to know the history of the city. The image of Warsaw, a modern and developed agglomeration has also enabled the attention of foreigners, becoming one of Poland’s showcases.
The choice of the Warsaw Trade Tower for the presentation of aerial photographs of Polish cities and the organization of the POLAND ON AIR exhibition was natural for artists. As Maciej Margas says:The Warsaw Trade Tower is special for me in many respects. My first exhibition took place here and attracted crowds of visitors. The idea of my own publishing house and the POLAND ON AIR.com store was created here too. Also in WTT for the first time we showed our debut album – WARSAW ON AIR, and now we’ll back to these beautiful interiors, presenting the second album – POLAND ON AIR! Aleksandra Łogusz adds:” When we were wondering where we should show the album with views from all over Poland for the first time, we could not think of a better place. I hope that the views from behind the windows of the Panorama Room on the 35th floor of WTT will become a part of the POLAND ON AIR exhibition and an integral part of our exciting story about contemporary, modern Poland.
Owner of the facility – Akron Investment Central Eastern Europe II and its asset manager – Heitman company don’t hide their satisfaction. On behalf of them event is commented by Izabela Kapil – Vice President Portfolio Management: “Following the assumptions of the employee-wellbeing concept we provide our tenants not only comfortable working conditions, but also numerous opportunities to use the building space during their leisure time. Therefore, we invite them to participate in cultural events taking place in WTT – piano concerts, paintings and photo exhibitions, such as the upcoming POLAND ON AIR. A show of aerial photos is also a great opportunity for the citizens to observe the city from the highest vantage point in Warsaw.”
The Warsaw Trade Tower – a skyscraper open to the arts. In recent years, the owner of the Warsaw Trade Tower – Akron Investment Central Eastern Europe II and its asset manager – Heitman were repeatedly sharing space for cultural events. In Panorama Room on the 35th floor took place, among others, Night of Skyscrapers, music performances and photo exhibitions. Twice a month, the building hosts open piano concerts and occasional paintings exhibitions. The skyscraper’s visitors could, among others, watch the works of Serbian artist Jasmin Šoljanin. All these activities are in line with the principles of the employee-wellbeing concept, which has been implemented in the way of real estate management after modernization and rebranding in 2015-2016.