Beata Cierzniewska – (b 1981 Bielsko-Biala, Poland) is a contemporary photographer currently based in Dublin, where she exhibited her work, including The Gallery of Photography, and where she earned her degree from research and practice based photography BA (Hons) art program. Her photographic practice relates to the broad disciplines. During her studies, she became engaged with new and experimental ways of producing visual images by introducing into her work elements such as performance, experimental and alternative photographic techniques. In her last project work, Stellarscape interweaves analogue and digital modes of production, where she takes upon subject of infinity echoing the interest in ontological issues and the value and sense of being. In her projects she is interested in open-mindedness, leaving a room for the viewers for building the meaning and interpreting her visual images.

Currently, she is available as a freelance artist for collaborations and commercial work. Furthermore, recently she earned her title of Yoga Siromani a certified yoga propagator and became engaged in the teaching of this ancient science in Ireland and abroad.


  • 2013–2016  BA of Arts (Hons) Photography Program, Dublin Institute of Technology
  • 2011–2013  BTEC Higher National Diploma in Photography, St. Kevin’s College, Dublin


  • October 2014       Mono Issue, Confashion Magazine#9
  • November 2013   Album ‘Twarze’, Holga.pl


  • 1st-18th November 2018, Halftone, The Library Project, Dublin
  • 4th–19th June 2016, Praxis, The Gallery of Photography, Dublin
  • 2nd–11th June 2016, Uncover, Grangegorman,Dublin
  • 23rd April–1st May 2015, New Matters, The Copper House Gallery, Dublin
  • 3rd – 7th May 2013,  Exhibition, The Exchange Gallery, Dublin
  • 17th–18th May 2012, Analogue Photography Exhibition, Inspire Gallery, Dublin