Ania Nałęcka-Milach – born 1977, book designer (alias Tapir Book Design since 2009). 
Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice – Printmaking and Graphic Design – in 2002

Awards:
The Arles Book Awards 2022 – The Author Book Award – winner – Rafał Milach “Strike”, Jednostka Gallery
Grand Press Photo 2022 – Photo Book of the Year 2021 – winner – Rafał Milach “Strike”, Jednostka Gallery
Photographic Publication of the Year 2022, Fotofestiwal Łódź, Poland – honory mention – Rafał Milach “Strike”, Jednostka Gallery
Best Photography Book Award in the 76th annual Pictures of the Year International, 2018 – 3rd place – Kacper Kowalski “OVER”, self-published

Best Photography Book Award in the 71st annual Pictures of the Year International, 2013 – winner – Adam Pańczuk “Karczeby”, self-published
Photographic Publication of the Year 2013, Fotofestiwal Łódź, Poland – first prize winner – Sputnik Photos “Distant Place”, Copernicus Science Centre
ART BOOKS WANTED International Award 2013, Praga, Czech Republic – best artistic catalog– honory mention – Sputnik Photos “Distant Place”, Copernicus Science Centre
Best Photography Book Award in the 70th annual Pictures of the Year International, 2012 – winner – Rafał Milach “7 Rooms”, Kehrer Verlag
Month of photography in Bratislava 2012 – Best Contemporary Photo Book in Eastern and Central Europe – winner – Rafał Milach “7 Rooms”, Kehrer Verlag
Photomonth in Bratislava 2012  – The best contemporary photobooks of Central Eastern Europe 2012 – honory mention– Sputnik Photos “Distant Place”, Copernicus Science Centre
Photography Book Now 2010  – Documentary Book category – winner – Rafał Milach “In The Car With R”, Czytelnia Sztuki
Shortlists:
The Arles Book Awards 2022 – Author Book – Kacper Kowalski “Arche”, self-published
The Arles Book Awards 2021 – Photo-Text Book – Dyba & Adam Lach “How to Rejuvenate an Eagle”, self-published
The Arles Book Awards 2021 – Photo-Text Book – Olga Bushkova “How I Tried to Convince my Husband to Have Children”, Witty Books
Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards 2020 – Book of The Year shortlist – Dyba & Adam Lach “How to Rejuvenate an Eagle”, self-published
Kassel Dummy Award 2020 – shortlist – Krzysztof Światły “Paradise Rivers Are Drying up n Earth”
Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards 2019 – Book of The Year shortlist – Libuše Jarcovjáková “EVOKATIV”, untitled
PHotoEspaña 2019 – shortlist –  Martin Toft “Te Ahi Kã - The Fires of Occupation”, Dewi Lewis
PHotoEspaña 2019 – shortlist – “Augustis 2.0”, Association for Cultural Education WIDOK
Kassel Dummy Award 2018 – shortlist – Martin Toft “Te Ahi Kã - The Fires of Occupation”
Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards 2016 – First Book shortlist – Amy Elkins “Black is The Day, Black is The Night”, self-published
Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards 2014 – Book of The Year shortlist – Rafał Milach “The Winners”, GOST Books
Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards 2013 – First Book shortlist – Adam Pańczuk “Karczeby”, self-published
PHotoEspaña 2013 – shortlist – Sputnik Photos “Distant Place”, Copernicus Science Centre
Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards 2012 – First Book shortlist – Rafał Milach “7 Rooms”, Kehrer Verlag
Best Photography Book Award in the 70th annual Pictures of the Year International, 2012 – best Photography Book shortlist – Rafał Milach “In The Car With R”, Czytelnia Sztuki
Collections:
Yulia Krivich “Presentiment” – Collection of MFAH the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Kacper Kowalski “OVER” – Collection of MFAH the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Tomek Tyndyk “Teatr” – Collection of MFAH the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
“Nalewki: Stories From a Non-Existent Street” edited by Agnieszka Kajczyk – Collection of MFAH the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
All books designed in years:

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