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CHANTAL AKERMAN – PASSAGES

CHANTAL AKERMAN – PASSAGES

Akerman was one of the first film directors who made the switch to visual art. She rose to fame in the 1970s as a feminist avant-garde filmmaker, and midway through the 1990s she discovered the possibilities of the art gallery…

TRIENNIAL OF TAPESTRY – ONLINE VIEWING

It should be the last week of the 16th International Triennial of Tapestry in Łódź – the oldest and the most important presentation of phenomena connected with the medium of textiles…

MASCULINITIES: LIBERATION THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

The show explores how masculinity is experienced, performed, coded and socially constructed as expressed and documented through photography and film from the 1960s to the present day…

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO LOVE IN THE INTERNET AGE?

How are digital interfaces reshaping our personal relationships? What do new technologies imply for the future of the romantic sphere? How do screens affect our sexual intimacy? Are the new…

R.H. QUAYTMAN – THE PAINTING ODYSSEY

The recently opened exhibition of a New York-based artist Rebecca Quaytman at Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź is a return to the artist’s very beginnings and a retrospective of sorts, presenting topics that have continually run through…

THE PHOTOBLOC: CENTRAL EUROPE IN PHOTOBOOKS

In the 20th century, photography took on the role of the medium of history, for better or worse. Life sped up and the world shrunk due to the faster transmission of information and…

THE GORGONA GROUP ENJOYS PLAYING WITH LIFE

A high-angle photograph, perhaps taken from a balcony overlooking a backyard, captures a group of men or, to be more precise, the tops of their heads looking down. The photograph titled „Gorgona…

SASKIA BODDEKE & PETER GREENAWAY’S WONDERLAND

Thanks to Center of Contemporary Art Znaki Czasu and the Tumult Foundation the viewers have an amazing opportunity to get to know the artists’ art based on hypermedia more closely. The Artuum…

INTIMATE SHOTS OF LIFE

Photographs by Czech photographer Markéta Luskačová taken on the North East coast of Britain in the late 1970s are on display at the Martin Parr Foundation. Although well known in photographic circles, Luskačová’s work in recent years has lacked…

PHOTOSTORY: CARTE BLANCHE PRIZE

The winning artist Michalina Bigaj at the event in Warsaw. Thank you for coming to Young Lynxes & Cart Blanche Prize event which took place on the 11th of July at the Willa Biała in Warsaw…

THE ART OF STICKING ONE’S TONGUE OUT

Art and science collided during this year’s edition of Copernicus Festival revolving around the theme of language. The festival organised by the Copernicus Center for Interdisciplinary Studies and the Artistic Research Platform opened with…

ALICJA KWADE: TRANS-FOR-MEN

Exhibition Review from Finland: Espoo Museum of Modern Art (EMMA). Known for sculptural installations that disrupt viewers’ perception of time and space as fixed organising systems, Alicja Kwade draws from physics…

THE INFLATED PRESENT – ZUZANNA CZEBATUL

In her conversation with Zuzanna Czebatul, Karolina Kliszewska undertakes a critical evaluation of the themes explored in the T-Kollaps exhibition at Gdańsk City Gallery.

PHOTOSTORY: MATEJ AL-ALI IN LONDON

Contemporary Lynx team had a pleasure to see the first solo show in the UK by Matej Al-Ali the Iraqi-Czech artist based in Prague. His works use craft and industrial production to articulate the current transformation of our understanding…

“INNOCENT COLONIES” KATARZYNA SWINARSKA

The issue, or as we might even put it, the “problem” of immigrants is one of the most frequent topics of discussion these days. From daily TV news, through to press coverage, social debates and…