I was given a camera as a child and enjoyed taking photographs, but it wasn’t until I took photography for one unit as an undergraduate and came up with some modernist montages in black and white for my assessment that I gleaned its potential as an artistic medium. I developed these in the darkroom myself, but photography soon fell off my radar as I was immersed in painting and publishing books at the time. I needed cameras as a tourist and researcher, but after 2010 took it up again but more seriously. Since then I have traded up from a Panasonic Lumix FZ40 to a second-hand Canon EOS 400D, and then a Canon EOS 1200D that I mostly use for macro photography. I now also use a Canon 7D. The Covid-19 pandemic and lock-down provided an opportunity to reassess and archive for any future exhibition projects or for posterity, as I found age and health concerns catching up with me. This page presents a few samples of my work. I also have two books available on – The Path to Salt (2012) and Painting with Light (2020), which can be found on the next level down in the Sub-menu.


About dutkiewiczarchive

The archive of Dr Adam Jan Dutkiewicz, artist, writer, art historian, researcher, editor, publisher, book designer, proof reader, catalogue designer, exhibition curator and specialist in South Australian art and enthusiast for post-war architecture and design
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