Lola & Pani’s approach is rooted in documentary photography and focuses on sentimental narratives that provide an authentic, personal insight into the worlds of whom they are photographing.
Lola Paprocka is a self-taught photographer, curator and founder of Palm* Studios, an independent publishing house showcasing the work of photographers and artists.
Pani Paul was born in Australia where be briefly studied photography in Melbourne before moving to London. His book “Mile End” was received with critical acclaim.
Lola & Pani work across the fields of documentary, portraiture & fashion photography.
Instagram – @lola.pani
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i-D Magazine, British Vogue, Document Journal, Hot Hot Hot!, New York Times, FT Weekend, Zeit Magazin, Bloomberg Businessweek, Burberry, Fred Perry, Uniqlo, Whistles, Farfetch, COS, Champion, Urban Outfitters, Airbnb.
Lodz Grand Prix Fotofestiwal – Finalists 2019
Pani Paul – Bloom Publishing “Open” winner 2018
Lola Paprocka – Unveil’d Photobook Award winner 2016
Falmouth Univeristy – Talk, June 2020
London Southbank University – Talk, May 2019
Unveil’d Talks: Photography & Publishing Now – Centrespace Gallery Bristol, April 2018
Co-curator at If You Leave Showcase 2017
Cambridge Photographic Society – Talk, 2017
New Contemporaries Talk Series – Plymouth University March 2017
New East Photo Weekend Panel talk – Calvert 22 December 2016
Huck Magazine Photo Workshop – 71A Gallery, July 2016
Northern Rivers – Hempstead May Gallery, London, February 2020
Northern Rivers – Miejsce przy Miejscu 14, Tiff Festival, Wroclaw, August 2018
Unveil’d Presents: Lola Paprocka – Centrespace Gallery, Bristol, April 2018
Ed Forbis. The Printspace London, June 2017
Blokovi: Novi Beograd, 71A Gallery, London May 2016
Mile End, 71A Gallery, London November 2015
Paper Journal, Webber Gallery, London August 2018
Wild at Heart, Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland March 2018
Vice Photo Issue Show, NYC, September 2016
33hrs/IPF – Sydney, Australia, November 2015
Photo Prize IPF – Melbourne, Australia, November 2015
Tiff Festival – BWA, Wroclaw, Poland, September 2015
IPF- Melbourne, Australia, November 2014
FFF, Paris, July 2014
GMB, 71A Gallery, London, April 2014
GMB – Monday Week Gallery, Melbourne January 2014