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WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 26 JUN – 02 JUL

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 26 JUN – 02 JUL

Has Banksy been unmasked? Last week, all press was talking about slip of the tongue by drum and bass DJ Goldie who accidentally revealed the real name of Banksy. Check out what other articles we picked from across the art world.

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STUDIO VISIT: MARCIN DUDEK

Marcin Dudek works in a large building in Brussels where we visited him during Art Brussels fair. In the field of visual art he examines the universal problem of functioning as an individual amongst a crowd.

PORTFOLIO: MARTA ANTONIAK

Marta Antoniak (b. 1986 in Zabrze) is a graduate of the Faculty of Painting of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. In 2011 she received her MA degree at the studio of Professor Andrzej Bednarczyk. At present, she is a PhD candidate at the Academy. She lives and works in Krakow.

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 19-25 JUN

Last week all eyes were on Basel. At the same time, the satellite fairs such as Liste, Volta 13, Design Miami/ Basel took place around the Swiss city. So, this week we have selected articles commented on this event.

AUGMENTING THE WORLD WITH MASAKI FUJIHATA

The exhibition ‘Augmenting the World’, presents works by Masaki Fujihata, is a part of the “Art+Science Meeting”. Interview with the exhibition’s curator, Professor Ryszard W. Kluszczyński.

ART&SCIENCE: PRIMA MATERIA

Nowadays, having the digital along with physical, artists create works that play with our perception and senses. Moving back and forth from virtual to real, it’s time to rethink the meaning of “matter” all over again.

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 12 – 18 JUN

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Look at the ‘What to read this week: 12-18 Jun’ – a weekly list of articles worth reading found online by the Contemporary Lynx Team.

CAN WE EMBRACE THE NEW SYSTEMS? THE 17TH MEDIA ART BIENNALE WRO

The leitmotif and title of the 17th Media Art Biennale WRO is Draft Systems. It is a timely and highly relevant choice, as there is an inescapable feeling of being at a junction of history.

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 5 – 11 JUNE

From Yoga in the halls of London’s V&A Museum, to a short history of the stencil art and to the replicated Trafalgar Square lion sculptures by the artist Ewa Axelrad, catch up on the latest articles selected by Lynx team

URBAN INSTRUMENT BY JAN PFEIFER

‘Since I remember I was playing some instrument and I have been showing interest in music’ – I asked Jan Pfeifer about his project ‘Urban Instrument’ thanks to which he won the first prize in the ‘MakeMe! 2016’ competition.

SOUNDLAB: LYNX IN HEADPHONES #7

June edition of SoundLab section!
Have you ever wonder how sound affects your perception of a certain place, your visual imagination, or even your memories? Jacek Doroszenko and Ewa Doroszenko created an audio-visual project…

WHAT TO READ: 29 MAY – 4 JUNE

Opus B – the design studio that slows people down, Basquiat worth $110m, self-promotion for artists – these headlines captured our attention last week. See what other articles we picked from across the art world.

VOLATILE BORDERS, HYBRID BODIES

Mia Dudek and Alix Marie problematising corporeality at Roman Road Gallery:
Are we losing touch with ourselves the more we engage with technology and immerse ourselves in the urban environment around us?

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 22-28 MAY

‘Meet people face-to-face; take risks and believe in yourself; make the stuff you really want to make and put it out into the world.’ See what other stories the Contemporary Lynx Team have selected for you this week.

BRAND NEW EVIDENCE

In Recognition – the new exhibition at Platan Gallery in Budapest for works by Polish photographer Szymon Roginski and Hungarian photographer Milan Racmolnar, popular sci-fi clichés are the beginning of a dark mockumentary.

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 15-21 MAY

57th Venice Biennale kicked off last week, see what other stories grabbed our attention. Look at the ‘What to read this week: 15-21 May’ – a weekly list of articles worth reading found online by the Contemporary Lynx Team.

OUR SUBJECTIVE GUIDE TO POLISH ARTISTS IN VENICE

We have prepared a lot of information and coverage directly from the Venice Biennale for these who will visit this art celebration and also for those who will not be able to attend it.

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 8-14 MAY

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WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 1-7 MAY

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REPORT ON ART BRUSSELS 2017

Arts Insiders Give Us Their Reports on Art Brussels, one of Europe’s original and most established fairs that celebrates its 35th edition – Kuba Woynarowski, Paulina Gryglewicz, Justyna Kowalska, Harlan Levey, Wilfied Huet, Rasmus Hungnes.

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 24-30 APR

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WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 17-23 APR

Our weekly round-up of news from the art world. Feeling overwhelmed by the number of content on your news feed?
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A LIFE IN A WEEKEND – MAKING THE LYNX COVER

The north-east port town of Szczecin, Poland was witness to a very unique spectacle during the first weekend of March. Contemporary Lynx invited street artist Slawek ZBIOK Czajkowski…

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 10-16 APR

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MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2017 – TRACING POLISH DESIGNERS VIA INSTAGRAM AND FACEBOOK

Along with spring, Milan Design Week comes back. If you can’t make it to Italian capital of design for one of the most prestigious events in the world of modern design, here is a quick overview of Polish…

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 03-09 APR

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BIENNALE DE LA BICHE: A BREATH, OUT OF THE CONTEMPORARY ART SCENE

Biennale de La Biche is the smallest contemporary art biennale in the world and is taking place on a remote, uninhabited island in the Caribbean Sea bound to disappear due to the rising…

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK – 27 MAR-2 APR

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LOOK AT THE SUN, DON’T LOOK AT THE SUN

In her artistic practice, Kama Sokolnicka often relates to physical and natural phenomena. As the daughter of gardeners, she grew up observing and learning the rules and mechanisms of nature. As an artist, she transferred those observations…

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK – 20-26 MAR

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SIX RECENT MUST-HAVE PHOTOBOOKS

For anyone in search of photobooks marrying quality photography with unusual format and approach, look no further than these six examples. Our selection highlights experiments with the form, content and approach, showing different…

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK – 13-19 MAR

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MEET FIVE FEMALE ARTISTS WHO CREATE WORK IN PUBLIC SPACE

Let’s celebrate International Woman’s Day – we would like to introduce you to five female artists who create work in a public space. These female artists, who despite their different ways of experiencing…

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 6 – 12 MAR

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WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 25 FEB – 5 MAR

Feeling overwhelmed by the number of content on your news feed? Look at the ‘What to read this week’ – a weekly list of articles worth reading found online by us. Here are the 4 most intriguing stories for art lovers for Monday afternoon.

PIOTR KRZYMOWSKI: NEWS FROM THE PAST

Piotr Krzymowski is an up-and-coming Polish artist and graduate of Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. He works in film, video, performance and collage, often with found materials. I meet Krzymowski at l’étrangère…

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 20 – 26 FEB

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ALL THAT IS MELTED…

In an interview with Tytus Szabelski, we discuss the role of an artist, the relevance of distinction between a copy and an original, the means of expression, and the twists and turns which led him to the creation of “All that is melted…”.

CELEBRATE VALENTINE’S DAY WITH POLISH DESIGN

We selected some of the finest designs to inspire you to have a great celebration of love!
Oskar Zięta, Tomek Rygalik, Hayka, Marek Cecuła, Ćmielów Porcelain.

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 13 – 19 FEB

From stunning photography taken by Jędrzej Franek, to the podcast about the creativity and The Metropolitan Museum of Art surprising announcement on new policy. Catch up on the latest art news selected by us.

PAWEŁ JANICKI: BEYOND THE DIGITAL

Polish artist Paweł Janicki – recognised internationally for his independent media art – presented a huge-scale project at the Platan Gallery in Budapest. The “Tessell” installation calls visitors to engage in multilevel interactions…

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 6 – 12 FEB

Here are four intriguing stories for art lovers for Monday evening. Feeling overwhelmed by the number of content on your news feed? Look at the ‘What to read this week’ – a weekly list of articles worth to read.

D-FILE#4 – 2 in 1: PAWEŁ GROBELNY AND HIS FUNCTIONAL GAMES

They say that behind every successful man stands a strong woman. When it comes to good design, behind its success stands usually more than one person or one situation.

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 30 JAN – 5 FEB

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WOJCIECH PUŚ: FILMMAKING, POLITICS & SEX

“Theater is a machine where there’s no time for complaining; you need to solve problems, find solutions, and do that while acting in various capacities. I’ve worked on numerous projects…”

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 23 – 29 JAN

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… PAINTING HAS BECOME A LUXURIOUS MEDIUM FOR THE ARTIST

Interview: Anna Katarzyna Domejko discusses her most recent series of paintings, the refugee crisis, and the Birmingham art scene with Roma Piotrowska.

WHAT TO READ THIS WEEK: 16-22 JAN

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LOCAL INITIATIVES ON AN INTERNATIONAL STAGE

As 2016, a year so full of unforgettable moments and pleasant surprises comes to an end, we decided to ask Michał Bieniek, the curator of the European Capital of Culture Visual Arts Programme…

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