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VISUAL ARTS 2014


CONTEMPORARY LYNX’S TOP 10 OF 2014

The end of the year is a time for the summaries, making plans and expectations for the coming year. For us it was incredibly intensive year. The fact, that our audience is growing every month gives us tremendous joy and justifies our work.

GOSHKA MACUGA’S MULTIPLIED REPORT. REPORT FROM THE EXHIBITION IN LONDON

Goshka Macuga, born in Warsaw and living in London, is one of the most prominent figures of European art scene. Nominated to Turner Prize in 2008, she carries out her projects in galleries all over the world.

ISN’T IT GOOD TO BE LOST IN THE WOOD?…

Isn’t it good to be lost in the wood is the result of a dialogue where the artists allow their works to do the talking: Pierre Ardouvin and Przemek Matecki take up the challenge of a conversation in absentia which tasks their images with meeting…

IN CRISIS BETWEEN PAST AND PRESENT. ANGELIKA MARKUL AT PALAIS DE TOKYO

The newest exhibition season inaugurated in mid-February at Palais de Tokyo, will present ten exhibitions in three guises under the common title L’Etat du ciel. Artists, curators, writers, philosophers…

IN MY WORK, I AM TRYING TO DRAW ATTENTION TO CREATIVITY AS A PRODUCT OF COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE AND COMPLEX, NONLINEAR PROCESSES – SAYS AGNIESZKA KURANT

Contemporary Lynx visited an exhibition by Agnieszka Kurant entitled Exformation. It was on at SculptureCentre .