Intriguing and fascinating images which look like paintings but are made with a photo camera.
Get to know me better
My name is Marcin Olesinski. I am a photographic artist, based in Rotterdam, Netherlands. I come originally from Warsaw, Poland, where I took my first artistic photos.
Since the very first photo I have been passionate about playing with all kinds of sources of light. For example: the sun, a bulb, a reflection on glass of metal. The result of my work are intriguing and very often undefined images. My works are just like abstract paintings made with a photo camera.
My inspiration is my short-sightedness (Lat.: myopia). One day I looked at my photos and I realized that the images are exactly what I can see whithout my glasses on, when looking at any kind of light. It was this moment that I decided to share my work with other people so that they can imagine how one can see the world without glasses.
More than 1.6 billion (approx.. 21%) people in the world have short-sightedness and the number is increasing. By sharing my artistic work I want to achieve three following goals. First of all I want to raise awareness of this problem. Second of all I want to show to the remaining part of globe’s population what is unseen for them. And most of all I want to give self-confidence to people with short-sightedness. They very often have low-esteem because of their eye disorder, while they can see actually more than the others and what they can see is actually beautiful.
MYOPIA Photographic Exhibition
My first photo exhibition – MYOPIA – was open on Sep 1st 2019 at Pannekoekstraat 56A, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The exposition showcased a selection of my works from 2007 until 2019.
One of the key highlights was the work titled MYOPIA 2 FIRST TIME. When I created this photo I realised I developed my own form of expresion of my fascination with light, inspired by my short-sightedness.
Another key highlights were the works titled MYOPIA 67 ALIEN and MYOPIA 58 BEAT. These photos stimulated me to come out to the world with all my artistic work.
The exhibition was open until Sep 29th 2019.
The Way I work
Quality of my work
All my works are printed as archival print on ink-jet printer and come with neutral thin frames, black or silver mat.
The photos from 2016 up to now come in standard size 60x80cm, and they can be resized up to 1.5x2m.
The photos from 2007 to 2015 are offered in standard size 30x40cm, and they can be resized up to 75cm x 1m.
Precise information about the colour of the frame and size of the work is available in the online gallery.
All works are available in 5 copies only. In the online gallery you can see which copy is currently available.
One additional copy of each work is meant for the artist himself for co-operation with galleries and museums.
Each copy is signed by the artist at the back of the work and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, also signed by the artist.
Ordering my work
The prices are available on request via e-mail or telephone listed below.
All works will be printed and framed upon the order and payment receipt. Production process requires maximum 15 working days.