- Małgorzata Maria Grąbczewska – Editor-in-Chief
Art historian specialising in the history of photography. In 2005–2011 curator of the photographic collections of the Polish Library in Paris, later deputy head of the Department of Iconographic Collections of the National Library (2012–2013) and cultural adviser at the Polish Embassy in Paris (2013–2016). She is currently working at the Royal Łazienki Museum in Warsaw. She was managing several research projects. She has written several dozen scientific articles, critical and popularising texts on the history of art in the 18th and 19th centuries, and, most importantly, on the history and theory of photography. Editor of academic books and translator.
- Barbara Kosińska-Filocha – Editorial assistance
Editor, writer and critic, specializing in photography. Graduated in philology (at the Univeristy of Warsaw). Editor and secretary of the editorial office in the ‘Fotografia’ periodicals (1972–1989), ‘6 x 9 photography’ (1991–1994). Author of many critical and historical texts on photography, published in magazines, exhibition catalogues and in book publications such as Ryszard Horowitz (published by WAiF), Contemporary Photographers by M.M. Evans (published by St.James Press, 3rd edition). Between 1995 and 1996 she managed the publishing department of the Zachęta Gallery and later she worked at the Foundation for Polish Science (1996–2005). A longtime member of the Association of Historians of Photography, currently his vice president.
- dr Magdalena Furmanik-Kowalska
Doctor of Art Studies at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun (2014). In 2009 she also graduated from Gender Studies at the University of Warsaw. Since 2016 – the Deputy Director of the Study Centre of the Polish Institute of World Art Studies. Curator of many exhibitions of Polish contemporary art. Author of the book entitled Uwikłane w kulturę. O twórczości współczesnych artystek japońskich i chińskich [Culture trouble. The Contemporary Art of Japanese and Chinese Women] and many articles on Chinese and Japanese contemporary art. Editor of the publications Costume – mirror of culture and The art of dress, dress in art.
- Weronika Kobylińska-Bunsch –
PhD candidate in the Department of History at the University of Warsaw. She holds a MA in art history (prize for the best master’s thesis defended in the Institute of Art History at the University of Warsaw in 2014) along with the diploma from the studies at the Association of Polish Art Photographers. In 2015 she was invited to join the research team, which was working on the project entitled ‘History of exhibitions in Zachęta, 1949-1970’ financed by National Programme for the Development of Humanities. Simultaneously she started her carrier as a lecturer at the Institute of Art History of the University of Warsaw. She received scholarships financed by: the Foundation for Polish Science („START” 2018), by The De Brzezie Lanckoronski Foundation (2018) and by the Polish Minister of Culture and National Heritage (2017). Member of the Ars Graphica International Association.
- Marek Janczyk
Art historian, graduate of the Jagiellonian University. He works at the Museum of Photography in Cracow (Kraków). Curator of many monographic and collective exhibitions and projects. He conducts lectures at the Postgraduate Studies in museology at the Jagiellonian University and Postgraduate Studies at the Cracovian Academy. Member of the Historians’ of Photography Association.