WARSAW GALLERY WEEKEND 2022
This new project by Oskar Dawicki combines elements of performance and photography and is permeated, as is a number of previous works of the artist’s, by the mood of existential sorrow. The series of photographs prompts a reflection on the role and position of traditional masculinity. To be a man is today – as the work visually argues – a challenging task, and a condition subject to extreme pressure.
EXHIBITIONS IN POLAND
“The future is dark, which is the best thing the future can be, I think.”
Monumental sculpture of a wanderer made of steel pipes and rods is a story of a great journey, a dream and a riddle of the future created by Olaf Brzeski.
The new exhibition is devoted to the grey areas of the imagination—religious fervour and visions arising from an excess of metaphysical stimuli or, on the contrary, from a scarcity of such stimuli and a longing for spirituality in a world dominated by the economics of everyday pragmatism.