Geometry of Imagination, an exhibition at the Gdańsk City Gallery, featuring works by the international collective Sputnik Photos with a guest appearance by Peter Puklus
‘Fosil of the Past’ – exhibition
She uses ready-made objects made of plastic, garbage or everyday objects to create nature-like compositions, which resemble coral reefs, and fish and seaweeds floating on water. She reflects on the notion of nature…
Her artistic research addresses questions of contemporaneity, especially the meaning of the image in technological reality. She uses the possibility of digital picture manipulation, together with photography and painting in a classic way.
We recommend four recent photobooks which take us on very different journeys; from Soviet spas to provincial America, from quintessential US landscapes to small town Polish discos.
Kuba Mozolewski – mainly interested in creative and documentary photography, abstract painting and installation. He creates works that do not directly relate to reality but are in a dialogue with masters of abstract painting.
David Lynch once said, ‘I just like going into strange worlds’, which might be a suitable comment after seeing this year Fotofestival in Łódź. With the subheading ‘Can you imagine?’, the sixteenth edition invited us to experience photo stories…
Contemporary Lynx invites curators, collectors, gallery owners, and people from the art world to share with us the most interesting, important or intriguing artworks by Polish artists.
Today, in the era of digital photography, pictures appear and disappear in a dynamic dance of desire and deception. It is increasingly challenging to create surprising representations of reality, let alone ones worth remembering.
Immanuel Kant, in seeking the irrefutable foundations of unshakeable knowledge, set two separate spheres against each other – the world of things and all that which is beyond the realm of the senses and all that which is beyond the realm of the senses…
We are incredibly excited to announce the launch of the second print issue of Contemporary Lynx Magazine. Working on the first edition proved to be quite a challenge and yet in the second issue we wanted to set the bar even higher.
We are proud to announce that we’ve become a Media Partner of Tiff Festival