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The main prize of the Views 2019 was awarded to Dominika Olszowy for her installation and video shows: The Wake. Congratulation! The exhibition will be open untill 30.06.2019. An audience award winner is additionally selected in a general vote that concludes with the exhibition.
A new series of ceramic objects, created during a few months’ residency, presented at the exhibition “Once Upon a Time in Iran” in Tehran.
For the need of theater spectacle, Aneta Grzeszykowska created a fictitious artist’s archive, consisting of hundreds photographs and several short films.
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Two exhibitions by Zbigniew Rogalski in Poznań and Szczecin. Different collaborations, similar destination point.
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Rafal Bujnowski has designed a monument dedicated to all neurotics. Monument has a form of a trough carved in the granite paving stones, which fills up with water during a rainfall and forms a perfectly round puddle.
Slavs and Tatars are participating in the main exhibition of 58th Venice Biennale.
Aneta Grzeszykowska’s photographs from the Selfie series are exhibited in “The Body Electric” exhibition taking place at Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.
“Movaland” exhibition by Slavs and Tatars at Ў Gallery in Minsk, Belarus.
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On 22 February we invite you to the opening of the Janek Simon retrospective at Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art in Warsaw. The exhibition will feature the most interesting works, objects and installations by the artist drawn from the first 15 years of his career, along with new projects on psychedelia and artificial intelligence, as well as documentation of Simon’s curatorial and social initiatives.
Rafał Bujnowski was named the laureate of the Jan Cybis award for 2018, given by the Warsaw chapter of the Association of Polish Artists and Designers (ZPAP). Bujnowski is the first winner of the award born in the 1970s.
Zbigniew Libera realized a moving, monumental installation at the Arte in Memoria biennale, held for over a decade in the ruins of Ostia Antica in Rome. The installation—a section of railroad tracks dozens of yards long (pictured above)—bears the title Where Do They Go? and is located near the remains of the oldest synagogue in Europe.
Wystawa indywidualna Anety Grzeszykowskiej w Nowym Jorku odbiła się echem w międzynarodowej prasie artystycznej.
We say our goodbyes to a great artist, inspiring companion and a friend of the gallery.
Rogalski’s cooperation with the Bytom brand has resulted in a limited edition of sweatshirts with embroidery inspired by the artist’s work.