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Jerzy Bereś, Stigma/Piętno, 1982, wood, metal nail, fabric, paint, 200 x 95 x 161 cm

Jerzy Bereś, Stigma/Piętno, 1982, wood, metal nail, fabric, paint, 200 x 95 x 161 cm

Contemporary Lynx invites curators, collectors, museums directors, gallery owners, and people from the “art world” to share with us the most interesting, important or intriguing artworks by Polish artists. Each of our guests selects one piece of art and presents it in the form of a postcard. This bite-size selection chosen by experts aims to show the vibrancy and quality of contemporary Polish art.

 

Dr. Osman Djajadisastra, living in Germany, is a lover of art from the 80s, which he not only collects, but also supports through exhibitions, different initiatives and publications associated with it. Few moths ago we had the opportunity to talk with him.

 

This conversation: “I’m a Kind of Host, Giving a Home to The Art Works…” Dr. Osman Djajadisastra Is Talking about His Collection, Art from The 80s and Polish Art Market you can find here.

 

 

Jerzy Bereś was born in 1930, in Nowy Sącz (Poland) and he died in 2012 in Cracow (Poland). Action artist and sculptor. His practices were related to happening and performances. A member of the Cracow Group II. In his work he used artistic manifestations. His works and projects are often political and ethical statements. They broke the taboos of public morality.