Marcin Ryczek is Polish photographer specializing in black and white, minimalist and symbolic photography. Minimum form, maximum content is the principle that characterizes his photos, as well as the use of metaphors that allows many kinds of interpretation.
Minimalistic and realistic scenery is a metaphor of such topics as freedom, peace, nostalgia, positive and negative aspects of life. The images are found in the real world, and their forms refer to geometry, simple lines and shapes. The photographs have a "graphic nature" but they are natural, without the use of graphics programs. They are made primarily in the black-and-white color scheme, which deepens their minimalism and is a tip of the hat to classic, traditional photography.
"Simple World” is a series of minimalistic and conceptual photographs which refer to symbolism.The minimum of the form and the maximum of the contents and references – this is its main feature and keynote.
”Simplicity” refers to the existing situations which make up our world and to the form in which these situations were captured. The images and frames found in the real world, and in thier form refer to geometry, simple lines and shapes.
The photographs have a "graphic nature" but they are natural, without beinig altered through technology. They are presented in black and white, deepening their minamilism and as a tip of the hat to classic, traditional photography.