Malwine Rafalski, Untitled
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Malwine Rafalski

Untitled, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, 2009
From the Holon series
Website - MalwineRafalski.com

Malwine Rafalski is a documentary photographer based in Cologne, Germany. Malwine studied photography and media at FH Bielefeld and graduated 2009 with her series Holon. In this Project, she photographs forest-dwelling communities that have rejected today’s mechanized society for a utopian vision of communion with the natural world. 2009, she won the "Creative Graduate Prize" in the category "Static Art". Her work has been exhibited in numerous group exhibitions and publications.

Posted on Monday, January 30, 2012.
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