Agnieszka Sosnowska


M.F.A in Studio Education
Boston University

B.F.A in Photography
Massachusetts College of Art


Annie E. Blake Award, 1991
Scholarship awarded by the Massachusetts College of Art Photography Department.
Funded travel and photographic narrative work in Sweden.
Skriðuklaustur, East Iceland, 2005
Created a series of self-portraits that reflected transition.

Gallerí Bláskjár 
Egilsstaðir, Iceland.
“Nýjar Ljósmyndir”, Solo Exhibit.

Gallery History

Kartöflurhúsið, Reykjavik, Iceland.
“Reindeer in I”, Group Exhibit.
Egilsstadir, Iceland.
”Reindeer in I”, Group Exhibit.

Egilsstoðum, Iceland.
"Footsteps Home", Solo Exhibit.

Lancaster Museum of Art, PA.
Photo-National Exhibit.
Curated by Therese Mulligan and Jeanne Verhulst, from the George Eastman House.  

Pleides Gallery of Art, N.Y.C
Lisa Dennison, chief curator of the Guggenheim Museum, curated work.
Group exhibit.

Gallery 214 Art Space, Montclair, NJ
Dreamscapes Landscapes Exhibition. 
Curated by Kristen Accola, the past Director of Exhibits at The Hunterdon Museum of Art.

MFA Circle Gallery - Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD
American Landscapes Exhibit.

Curated by Gary Vikan, Director of the Museum.
The University of Northern Iowa
“Question of Faith” Exhibition.
Curated by Eleanor Heartney, a contributing editor to Art in America. 
Silver gelatin print was published in the exhibition catalogue.
Period Gallery, Omaha, NB
Mixed Media III Exhibition.
Tintype image was selected for curated group exhibit.
George Sherman Union Gallery, Boston University, MA
Artist/Teacher Exhibition.
Curated Thesis exhibit of both student and teacher self-portraits.
Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland
Individual Exhibit.
Presented documentary work and open forum discussion for the Fulbright Commission.
Copley Society of Boston, MA 
“Manifest” Exhibit. 
Mixed-media piece was selected for curated group exhibit.
Symphony Hall, Boston, MA
AIDS Awareness group exhibition.
A color photograph shot with the Polaroid 20 X 24 camera was selected.
Congress Street Gallery, Tucson, AZ
Women and Madness group exhibit.
Curators Debra Pierce & Tina McNearney focused on the social construction of identity.

Massport Transportation Building, Boston, MA
Public To Private group exhibition.
A documentary photography project of seaport sites along the Boston waterfront was initiated by
Professor Frank Gohlke from the Massachusetts College of Art.
A series of four-toned silver-gelatin contact prints and a color-coupler print were selected for exhibit
and Massport’s permanent collection. 

Agnieszka Sosnowska (b. Warsaw, Poland), received a B.F.A. in photography from the Massachusetts College of Art in 1995 and a M.F.A. in studio teaching from Boston University in 1999.
Her ongoing series of self-portraits reflect surreal memories of her rural lifestyle and upbringing and hint back to her childhood.
In 1996, Sosnowska returned to Poland to complete a Fulbright Fellowship where she documented the Tatra highlanders. In 2005, she completed a American-Scandinavian Fellowship in Iceland documenting the local farming culture.

"Many years ago I learned that a photograph can tell a story without answering questions. It’s the question that motivate my stories. In a way I’m inviting the viewer to complete my sentences. With a view camera I compose the edges of an image beneath the dark cloth and search for secrets. Private feelings made public by a person’s body language or the history of a place." - Agnieszka Sosnowska

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