Warsaw Photographer is an art project exploring the various aspects relating to photo parlours and studios in Poland’s capital. The theoretical backbone of the project relies on Terence Wright’s division of approaches to photography, i.e. looking through, at and beyond the photograph. The latter seems particularly inspiring, as it encourages one to treat photography as an indicator of specific social and cultural rules that determine which behaviours are universally deemed normative. In the course of the meeting, we will discuss examples of artistic projects which set out from photography as a craft, e.g. those by Aneta Grzeszykowska, Seidou Keita, Martin Parr, Thomas Ruff, Taryn Simon or Gillian Wearing.