Anna Liminowicz - photographer and reportage author based in Warsaw, Poland.
She works regularly with several international publications including The New York Times, The Globe and Mail, The Guardian and many others.
She divides her work between assignments and the development of her long-term personal projects. Social issues are the main focus of her photographic interest. Winner of the Krzysztof Miller Prize for the courage to look ( 2018 ) and she has won two Grand Press Photo awards (2016 and 2014) for her long- term project Between the Blocks.
2022- Competition exhibition Grand Press Photo 2022 (collective exhibition); 2021- Zamalowane okna ( Painted-over windows ) Galeria Wspolna, Bydgoszcz exhibition ( individual ) 2021 - Virus of fear/ Wirus lęku - FotoArtFestival, Bielsko-Biala ( collective ) 2020- Athens Photo World - APW 2020- A unique Women Photograph project giving insight into the lives of womxn around the world during covid-19 WP-the Journal (collective); 2020 - National Geographic Polska - They were already polite, now is the war. Women's strike through the eyes of Polish women photographers. Online exhibition (collective); 2020 -We are in this together -Women strike in Poland - Vasa online exhibition( (collective); 2019 - I remember your welcome - part of the campaign NO MORE BRICKS IN THE WALL! implemented by Snapshots from the Borders project, that links border towns and Islands facing migration at borders entrance. Helsinki and Luksemburg (collective exhibition); 2017 – Between the Blocks – Fotocooltura Festival (individual); 2017 – Competition exhibition Grand Press Photo 2017 (collective exhibition); 2016 – Competition exhibition Grand Press Photo 2016 (collective exhibition); 2015 – Common space – VII Festival of Photography in Ostroleka (individual); 2014 – Street Photo – Many Warsaw’s faces– Galeria ZPAF in Warsaw (collective); 2014 – Competition exhibition Grand Press Photo 2014 (collective exhibition); 2014 – DEBUTS – Krakow Photo Fringe (collective); 2014 – DEBUTS – Fotofestiwal, Lodz (collective); 2014 – DEBUTS – 36 most talented polish photographers of the young generation (collective); 2013 – Mariusz WILK Wilczynski, Warsaw (individual); 2013 – They risked their lives- Poles who saved jews during the Holocaust – Warsaw, Madrit, Moscow, Essen, Vilnius, Chicago, Hamburg (collective); 2012 – X World Winter Games, Vilnius (individual); 2011 – Competition exhibition Gdansk Press Photo, in Gdansk (collective); 2011 – Mariusz WILK Wilczynski, Lublin (individual); 2011 - Meskie Granie in Gdansk, Warsaw, Krakow, Poznan, Zywiec (collective); 2011 – CLASS OF 2011, Sopot (collective);