Stefan Wojnecki in Adam Sobota, Nowe Horyzonty w Nowych Mediach Zjawiska Sztuki Polskiej w latach 1945-1981.

PHOTO COLLECTIVES THAT BROUGHT ARTISTS TOGETHER

What springs to mind when you hear the term “avant-garde photography”? The most obvious answer would be the visual experiments of the Dadaists, Man Ray’s in particular, and the surrealist photography in Czechoslovakia. Let me narrow down the question. Name the avant-garde photographers of the postwar period who lived in Europe or –even better– in Poland. It’s not that easy, is it?

Wrocław: Zbigniew Dłubak, Jerzy Lewczyński, Zdzisław Beksiński, Bronisław Schlabs, Zofia Rydet, Natalia LL, Andrzej Lachowicz, Józef Robakowski, Wojciech Bruszewski and many more

New horizons in new media. Developments in polish art during 1945-1981

Wojciech Puś, The Endless Party, 2016.

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…”

Meschac Gaba, Brazilian Bank, 2006 © the artist, exhibition 'Art From Elsewhere', Arnolfini 2016

EXPLORING BOUNDARIES: A REVIEW OF ‘ART FROM ELSEWHERE’

The Art from Elsewhere exhibition aims to discuss and explore complex questions about life in the contemporary world , dealing with issues like shifting identities in an increasingly globalised world.

Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten Marl

POLISH ARTISTS: FROM BOCHUM TO MARL

We look far, but we often do not pay appropriate attention to what is happening here and now. When the eyes of the artistic scene in Europe are turned to Berlin, we decided to look in a different direction: Bochum and Marl.

POLISH ARTISTS AT VIENNAFAIR THE NEW CONTEMPORARY 2013

Vienna – the capital of Austria, Central Europe. Among a wide cultural offer – exhibitions, theatre plays, operas – once a year contemporary art fairs “Viennafair” take place.