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Feeling overwhelmed by the number of art events happening all the time in London? See our recommendations on what to see this week.

 

ANDRZEJ WRÓBLEWSKI AT THE ZWIRNER GALLERY

The first ever solo presentation of Andrzej Wróblewski’s works in the UK opens this week. The exhibition will take place at the Zwirner Gallery (24 Grafton Street) in London. Open to the public 16 March – 14 April.

On view will be a group of key paintings and a wide-ranging selection of works on paper. Presented in collaboration with the  Andrzej Wróblewski Foundation, this will be the must-see show.

Now considered a leading figure in postwar Polish art, Wróblewski’s short but prolific career encompassed painting, works on paper, and prints. Often drawing from Poland’s sociopolitical atmosphere in the wake of the Second World War, Wróblewski’s singular practice is characterised by a unique blend of figuration and abstraction.

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Andrzej Wroblewski, Self-Portrait in Red, private collection © Andrzej Wroblewski Foundation

 


‘HOME STRIKE’ AT L’ÉTRANGÈRE

Ranked №1 on Artnet and recommended by London Evening Standard, the exhibition ‘Home Strike’ opened on the International Women’s Day at l’étrangère.

Home Strike, guest curated by Alexandra Kokoli and Basia Sliwinska, brings together the work of four women artists — CANAN, Paula Chambers, Malgorzata Markiewicz, Su Richardson — in an exhibition exploring contemporary resistance to the persistent feminisation of domesticity and household maintenance. The exhibition interrogates those biopolitical and cultural norms that see women, and their bodies, systematically domesticated, exploited and imprisoned by ideologies founded on patriarchy.

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Home Strike exhibition


A NETWORKING EVENT FOR CEE ARTISTS AND CURATORS

Contemporary Lynx and Centrala Art Space invite you to a networking event for CEE artists and curators on 15 March, 18:00- 21:00 at the Bermondsey Project Space in London.

Join us for an exciting evening to meet your peers in the arts community – artists, art critics, curators and culture managers, for drinks, nibbles and enlightening conversation.

Exchange ideas and form real connections over a glass of wine! The invited artist – Alicja Rogalska and curators Maggie Kuzan and Dominik Czechowski will share with their work experience and their fascinating stories on their career and project  in the UK. Highly recommended!

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networking for artists An Evening of Floating Ideas and Images: A Networking Event for CEE Artists and Curators


IRRUPTIVE CHORA

An ongoing interdisciplinary project curated by Agata Kik (curator) and Ania Mokrzycka (artist) which started in February. You still have a chance to see the last two events “Sound” and “Gesture” on 14 and 15 March respectively.

IRRUPTIVE CHORA is a series of interdisciplinary events at the Royal College of Art and Chalton Gallery which investigates the interplay between human and non-human (animal and inanimate) forces.

Sound, 6-10:30 pm, 14th March, Dyson Gallery

An evening of live experimental performances by Ewa Justka, Object Blue, Adam Christensen and Vindicatrix and Pel Bonheur (dj set).

Gesture, 6-9:30 pm, 15th March, Dyson Gallery

An evening of performative readings and performances, observing how the body morphs, mutates, subverts and surrenders to discursive practices.

Artists: Martin O’Brien, Zoe Marden, Rebecca Jagoe, Jessica Worden and Daniella Valz Gen

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Irruptive Chora


POST-SOVIET VISIONS: IMAGE AND IDENTITY IN THE NEW EASTERN EUROPE

A GROUP SHOW OF PHOTOGRAPHY FROM THE NEW EAST

Opened on 22 February, the exhibition has been already positively reviewed by Aesthetica Magazine, Guardian, It’s Nice That, The British Journal of Photography. Curated by Ekow Eshun and Anastasiia Fedorova, the group show explores new visual representations of lifestyle and landscape in Eastern Europe. The exhibition gathers the work of a young generation of artists rising to prominence a quarter-century after the end of Communism.

Artists: Jedrzej Franek, Michal Korta, Paulina Korobkiewicz, Armen Parsadanov, David Meskhi, Dima Komarov, Genia Volkov, Grigor Devejiev, Hassan Kurbanbaev, Ieva Raudsepa, Masha Demianova, Patrick Bienert, Max von Gumppenberg and Pavel Milyakov.

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Post-Soviet Visions exhibition

photo Jędrzej Franek

 

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