With the installation, Dominika Olszowy imagines the bedroom of Veļu Māte, the Latvian goddess who rules the world of the dead.
The first solo exhibition of Slavs and Tatars in France is taking place at the Villa Arson in Nice.
An individual exhibition by Aneta Grzeszykowska Family Skin will open in Linz, summarizing most of her activities so far and comparing them with the latest works.
At the invitation of the Fragment Gallery, Raster is participating in Open Circle, the first joint show of international galleries in Moscow.
WARSAW GALLERY WEEKEND 2020
The heroine of the works of Karolina Jabłońska and Sophie Thun is a young woman, an artist seeking personal liberation and empowerment in art. Room Tour is an exhibitionist inspection of the space in which she creates. A room of one’s own, once a symbol of creative emancipation, now becomes a space of loneliness and melancholy in the time of the pandemic and the social isolation it has imposed.
Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art
Dominika Olszowy takes part in the second edition of the biennial in Riga. Her project consists of two parts presented in the Latvian capital and an installation prepared at Raster.
2020 art fairs
In Moscow we will present the latest works of Zina Isupova and Lev Povzner.
The Warehouse in Dallas hosted a virtual meeting between Rawlings and the curator of the Dallas Museum of Art.
2020 ART FAIRS
Raster at Not Fair: Janek Simon, Zbigniew Rogalski
Works by Janek Simon and by Slavs and Tatars are being shown at the Centre Pompidou in Metz at the museum’s exhibition Folklore.
Drawings by Sławomir Elsner in dialogue with the classics of expressionism in Sammlung Blauer Reiter.
Michelle Rawlings is taking part in the show Psychic Wounds: On Art & Trauma at The Warehouse in Dallas.
The latest exhibition by Janek Simon at Raster has an open structure. Instead of a traditional, arranged showing of completed artistic objects, we are given a process, a situation suggesting a visit to the studio, where we can observe “live” the changing progress of work on each project.
The presentation of ten of Edward Dwurnik’s works on paper never shown before marks the beginning of the work on an intriguing archive of the artist, in which motifs and stories known from paintings are developed, or the reverse—drawings left by the artist include ideas and emotions later expanded on in his paintings.
The work belongs to the short but unusual series created in 1973 in cooperation with the photographer Teresa Gierzyńska.