Michel Szulc Krzyzanowski reached world fame in the seventies as one of the founders of monochrome sequences photography (photo series). However, he decided to quit after 15 years because the method did not bring him new insights anymore. Since 2016, however, he took up making new sequences, this time in full color. Not building on his earlier work, but new and refreshing, and making optimal use of existing techniques. And still at some of the same spots in Mexico as forty years ago.
Michel Szulc Krzyzanowski is a Dutch photographer, born in Oosterhout in 1949. In 1970 he graduated from the Koninklijke Akademie voor Kunst en Vormgeving in ’s Hertogenbosch, specialising in photography. Thereafter, he began to work as a professional photographer. He is a conceptual and a documentary photographer, whose work is published in books, magazines and newspapers. Krzyzanowski has had various exhibitions in the Netherlands and abroad, including Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Centre Beaubourg in Paris (France), the Museum of Modern Art in New York (USA), the Ludwig Museum in Cologne (Germany) and in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Arts (USA). In 2000, Michel Szulc-Krzyzanowski moved from his native country to Cadaques, Spain. There, he started creating conceptual work in the Parc Natural Cabo de Creus: the Punta Prima-series. In 2005, he left Cadaques and lived without a home.