Powązkowski cemetery, Warszawa 2004 by Michel Meijer
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The first of November is All Saints’ Day. This day the people in Poland are visiting a cemetery to remember their dead family members and/or dead friends. The days before the people are already busy to prepare All Saints. First they clean and fix the graves, after that they put some flowers and candles on it.

camera: Mamiya C330, lens: Mamiya Sekor 135 mm f/4.5, film: Agfa RSX 50

I was born (1970) and raised in Leeuwarden (Netherlands). In Groningen (Netherlands) I studied fine arts at the school of arts Academie Minerva (1992-1998). Already during my study I used photography in art projects. After school I participated in various exhibitions in wich I show paintings, installations and photographs.

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