Focusing on creating a new space for young artists who are tackling big topics in their works, Galeria Rynek 30's inaugural exhibiton is Sayam Ghosh: Jak powraca las (ENG: How the forest returns by Sayam Ghosh). Born and raised in Calcutta, Ghosh has been living in Poland for eight years and has chosen Warsaw and its surroundings as the theme of his photographic work. In this exhibition, his focus has turned to the activities of the Kampinos Forest, north of the city, that has undergone significant ecological change over the last 60 years. Ghosh's recreation of the forest on this exceptional scale is the result of in-depth research and a close collaboration between the artist and scientists from Kampinos National Park. The perspective of change is also assisted in the first part of the exhibition by the archival photos of Roman Kobenda, the initiator of KPN. The second part is a spatial installation combining a musical piece based on field recordings in the Forest and visualizations of scientific research on the current state of the forest.