VISUAL ARTS 2013
What if you could unwrap the wrapped painting? What if you could just rip off the foil and finally indulge your purely humane desire to uncover something covered and to unveil the mystery?
From Brooklyn to Queens, from Manhattan to Bronx, from Williamsburg to Harlem. Contemporary Lynx explored the most cutting-edge art venues on New York map…
This month, Contemporary Lynx crossed the Atlantic Ocean to participate in Peforma13 biennial – a must-see New York festival entirely dedicated to performance art. The trip began with…
Till 23 November, Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) in London hosted the exhibition of installations created by two artists.
Contemporary Lynx: Apparently, you like making references to Jan Matejko, saying that the reason you paint
Until 14 December Luxembourg and Dayan Gallery presents first UK exhibition of works by Polish postwar artist Jerzy “Jurry” Zieliński in London. On this occasion, Monika Waraxa…
EVERYBODY SPENDS HALF OF THEIR LIFE ON FACEBOOK, SO WHY CAN’T IT BE A PLACE FOR MY ART?” – TYMEK BOROWSKI
Contemporary Lynx: You made your debut with a solo exhibition in 2008, as a fourth year student at the Academy
Let’s have a closer look at the work of Natalia Lach-Lachowicz, the extraordinary persona widely known as Natalia LL. There are a couple of pretexts for dealing with this topic. First of all, her exhibition in Venice.
After lazy holiday months, September has finally arrived. This is a month of hard work and nostalgic memories of days and
“I FOUND THE WORK OF JERZY “JURRY” ZIELINSKI TO BE VISUALLY AND CONCEPTUALLY COMPELLING” – ALISON GINGERAS IS TALKING ABOUT ZIELINSKI’S SHOW AT OKO IN NEW YORK
Between 10th of April and 4th of May 2013, Oko in New York hosted the very first American presentation devoted to artist
Contemporary Lynx visited the exhibition entitled Love Meal in East London where Paweł Althamer’s work can be seen until
This is unorthodox, as during the last twenty years of our presence in Venice, Poland has been represented by artists belonging to the canon of 20th century Polish art…