Lola Paprocka is a London based photographer, curator publisher and art director. Originally from Poland she moved to London 13 years ago. She mainly works with medium format and occasionally 35mm. She is a founder of Palm Studios, platform that promotes photographers, produce exhibitions and has its own publishing house called Palm*. Lola’s inspirations come mainly from brutalist architecture, nature and portraiture. These themes present themselves multiple times through out her body of work. Lola has exhibited globally in various group shows and photography festivals as well as curated Independent Photography Festival in London and many book launches and solo exhibitions.
Blokovi is a photographic series exploring the New Belgrade apartment blocks and their residents. Predominantly shot on medium format in August, 2015. Lola’s main source of inspiration comes from her interest and admiration of architecture and portraiture. These two themes frequently present themselves throughout the project. She intends not to focus on any particular group of people or subjects but has allowed the interactions with strangers in everyday situations within the Belgrade’s brutalist architecture to inform the overall narrative.
To see more of Lola’s work, check out her website. You can also purchase a copy of Blokovi here.