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Hubert Czerepok, PL NONEU, installation, 2017, exhibition view Attention! Border in the labirynth Gallery in Lublin

A BORDER IS A PLACE WHERE WARS BEGIN

September was when we had the opportunity to visit the “Attention! Border” exhibition, a ‘duplicated’ event simultaneously organised in the two biggest cities of eastern Poland – Lublin and Białystok.

The SURVIVAL Art Review, photo Dunvael Photography

THE SURVIVAL ART REVIEW

The SURVIVAL Art Review – one of the largest reviews of art in public space in Poland – was held in Wrocław for the 15th time. Few weeks ago we have a pleasure to speak with the exhibition’s curator, Anna Stec.

Forms of Everydayness, Latarka Gallery of the Polish Institute in Budapest, photo Michalina Bigaj

COLLECTIVELY, INDIVIDUALLY, INTERNATIONALLY…

Agnieszka Jankowska-Marzec talks to Michalina Bigaj, Adrian Kolerski, Michał Sroka and Bartłomiej Węgrzyn about creating “Forms of Everydayness” – a Polish-Hungarian contemporary art…

Ryszard Winiarski: event, information, image, Venice 2017, photo by Wladimiro Speranzoni

RYSZARD WINIARSKI: INFINITE CREATIVE POSSIBILITIES

The exhibition of Ryszard Winiarski’s paintings the Collateral Event of the Venice Biennale at the Palazzo Bollani, takes center stage overpowering the Polish pavilion when it comes to the scale…

Augmenting the World, Masaki Fujihata, LAZNIA Centre

AUGMENTING THE WORLD WITH MASAKI FUJIHATA

The exhibition ‘Augmenting the World’, presents works by Masaki Fujihata, is a part of the “Art+Science Meeting”. Interview with the exhibition’s curator, Professor Ryszard W. Kluszczyński.

VOLATILE BORDERS, HYBRID BODIES

Mia Dudek and Alix Marie problematising corporeality at Roman Road Gallery:
Are we losing touch with ourselves the more we engage with technology and immerse ourselves in the urban environment around us?

recognition, Budapest Photo Festival, Platan Gallery

BRAND NEW EVIDENCE

In Recognition – the new exhibition at Platan Gallery in Budapest for works by Polish photographer Szymon Roginski and Hungarian photographer Milan Racmolnar, popular sci-fi clichés are the beginning of a dark mockumentary.

Kama-Sokolnicka_Interstellar

LOOK AT THE SUN, DON’T LOOK AT THE SUN

In her artistic practice, Kama Sokolnicka often relates to physical and natural phenomena. As the daughter of gardeners, she grew up observing and learning the rules and mechanisms of nature. As an artist, she transferred those observations…

PAWEŁ JANICKI: BEYOND THE DIGITAL

Polish artist Paweł Janicki – recognised internationally for his independent media art – presented a huge-scale project at the Platan Gallery in Budapest. The “Tessell” installation calls visitors to engage in multilevel interactions…