Karolina Sekuła Polish artist based in London, primarily using photography as a medium. She adopts personal stories and experiences to contextualize wider problems such as solitude, inequality and imbalances in a chaotic modern world. The target of her interest is the human psyche, behavior and individualism. Born in 1984 in Poland. In 2006 she obtained a diploma from Cracow School of Art and Fashion Design in Photography degree.
Her first experiences were as a photography editor in the most influential Polish and international newspapers and magazines (Newsweek, Bloomberg Businessweek, Wired, Gazeta Wyborcza, Rzeczpospolita, Przekrój). Although photojournalism and documentary are important to her, they have become too limited. She has reached for mixed media which helps translate her ideas and thoughts in a less direct way and shows new possibilities and perspectives of exploration. Exhibited her works at various Photography Festivals (Łódź, Bratislava, Los Angeles). She is a winner of Polish Press awards in Portrait of the year category.

2021 ”I didn’t lick it” Group Exhibition, Bruton Correspondence School, Bruton Museum, Somerset, U.K
2020 Tbilisi Photo Festival The Night Of Photography, Tbilisi, Georgia
2018 Xerox and Destroy , Doomed Gallery, London, U.K.
2017 16 Polish Female Photographers about Women, curated by Beata Łyżwa Sokół/Wyborcza
2017 Month of Photography in Los Angeles , MOPLA & Lucie Foundation, Los Angeles, U.S.
2016 Musee Magazine No 16, Emerging Talent, New York, U.S.
2016 Calvert Journal, featured project, „A Boy”
2016 Huck, featured project, „A Boy”
2016 Grand Press Photo Awards, I Prize Portrait Award, Poland
2016 Positive Mag, featured pproject, „Let’s live”
2015 GUP Magazine, featured project, „What If”
2015 Kaltblut Magazine, featured project, „What If”
2009 VI International Festival of Photography in Rybnik, Poland
2007 ”Not a good match” – slideshow, FotoFestiwal, Łódź, Poland
2006 „Not a good match” – Schindler’s Factory, Kraków, Poland
2006 Honorable Mention Sittcomm Award, slideshow Photomonth Bratislava