Venice Biennale has been active since 1895 and Polish representation there reaches back to 1932. This is when the interwar government decided to purchase its pavilion in Giardini…
‘Painting with Method: Neoavantgarde Positions from the mumok Collection’ – exhibition
The winner of this year’s Frieze Award, women, performative shift and Polish artists living abroad. Some people love it, some people hate it but Frieze Art Fair is the most important art event in the UK. It was established in 2003…
The Abstrakce.PL exhibition prepared by the Museum of Art in Olomouc as part of its presentations of Central European art offers a panorama of Polish abstract art from 1945 to our time.
‘Continuum’ – exhibition
Among artists: Tadeusz Kantor, Władysław Strzemiński, Jonas Stern, Jerzy Skarżyński, Marian Bogusz, Maria Jarema, Alfred Lenica, Aleksander Kobzdej, Tadeusz Brzozowski, Henryk Stażewski, Ryszard Winiarski, Stefan Gierowski, Wojciech Fangor, Roman Opalka, Jerzy Kałucki, Jan Pamuła
Bremen: Magdalena Abakanowicz, Mirosław Bałka, On Kawara, Andrzej Karmasz, Eustachy Kossakowski, Jarosław Kozłowski, Katarzyna Kozyra, Edward Krasiński, Zofia Kulik, Natalia LL, Jacek Malczewski, Michał Martychowiec, Agata Michowska, Roman Opałka, Ewa Partum, Małgorzata Potocka, Grupa Sędzia Główny, Krzysztof Wodiczko, Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz (Witkacy)
‘Where does your heart belong?’ – works from Signum Foundation
Festival CONTEXTS – conferance, exhibitions, performances
“Horror vacui”, group exhibition, among the artists: Roman Opałka, Piotr Uklański
Every single year, a small Swiss city, located where the German and French borders meet, attracts the leading gallerists, collectors, art enthusiasts and representatives of both public and private artistic organizations.
Contemporary Lynx had the pleasure to talk to Timothy Persons – the curator of the exhibition entitled Everybody is Nobody for Somebody.
The project did not serve as a vehicle to present a retrospective overview of the work of Polish artists, but rather to provide curators’ commentary, so that it would be easily understandable for the people in Japan.