Max Miechowski (b.1989) is a British photographer based in London. His works have been exhibited widely in places such as Paris Photo Fair, Peckham 24 and the National Portrait Gallery. With a focus on long-form projects, often rooted in portraiture, his practice reveals a fresh vision of the British social and cultural landscape.
In 2018 his project Burgess Park received widespread recognition. This project was later shown as part of the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize.
He has since received multiple awards, including LensCulture’s Emerging Talent Award, the Palm* Photo Prize, and BJP’s Portrait of Britain. His work A Big Fat Sky, which documents the resort towns and communities along the British east coast, was recognised in the Creative Review Photography Annual and has been included in multiple group exhibitions.
Miechowski’s practice continues to explore themes of connection and community that resonate on both a local and global scale. Through a sensitive exploration of people and place, he captures the subtleties of our collective human experience. His interest lies in the reciprocal relationships between local environments, modern cultures, individual identity and our ever changing landscapes.
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