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…
Collecting works from the fields of ephemeral art, process art and performance art may be perceived as a futile effort…
We published over 100 articles in our online weekly magazine. Check out the most read articles so far, this year. But, why don’t you tell us, what was your favourite Contemporary Lynx piece and why do you remember it? Happy reading!
Interwiew with Jakub Woynarowski. He is a creator of visual essays, comic books, films and installations. He is also involved in the so-called practice of gonzo curating. His interests include alchemy, masonry and the margins of art history.
Conversation Piece | Part IV
Giant steps are what you take
Galerija Gregor Podnar: Marzena Nowak;
BWA Warszawa: Jakub Woynarowski, Witek Orski;
Profile Foundation: Jarosław Kozłowski, Józef Robakowski, Krzysztof Wodiczko;
Kasia Michalski Gallery: Alicja Bielawska, Rafał Dominik;
ŻAK | BRANICKA: Agnieszka Polska, Paweł Książek;
Contemporary Lynx Magazine 2(8)2017, Stand M, Magazine Section.
‘Someone I Have Been Observing for Some Time’ – exhibition
‘Silently Close Are Some Particles’ – exhibition
Arts Insiders Give Us Their Reports on Art Brussels, one of Europe’s original and most established fairs that celebrates its 35th edition – Kuba Woynarowski, Paulina Gryglewicz, Justyna Kowalska, Harlan Levey, Wilfied Huet, Rasmus Hungnes.
Turin: Contemporary Lynx; BWA Warszawa: Ewa Axelrad, Karol Radziszewski, Jakub Woynarowski; Chert: Kasia Fudakowski
ARTISSIMA – ART FAIR // Contemporary Lynx; BWA Warszawa: Ewa Axelrad, Karol Radziszewski, Jakub Woynarowski; Chert: Kasia Fudakowski
Perhaps by reaching the border we can experience something more and see beyond the social and cultural patterns, which were the topic of works by the majority of artists of artists, that we take with a pinch of salt.
Very often happens that important things or beginnings of artistic movements, changes, and dialogues start just outside our doorstep! So we would like to present very intriguing Polish emerging artists.