PANDEMIC STREETS/ABOUT THE PROJECT
Krakow, one of the most touristy European cities, operating 24 hours a day, famous for its lush nightlife, has turned into a ghost town within a month.
Krakow shared the fate of almost all major European cities attacked by the epidemic. Closed bars, pubs, museums, galleries. Residents and tourists have disappeared from the streets, depressed and confused residents are moving anxiously around their city. Sinister silence took the place of multinational hustle and bustle,
In these photographs I show the sorrowful emptiness of the streets and the everyday life of the inhabitants of the changed city, their attempts to function normally in uncertain and threatening reality.