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
Cracow: Paweł Althamer, Mirosław Bałka, Krzysztof M. Bednarski, Marek Chlanda, Tomasz Ciecierski, Oskar Dawicki, Stanisław Dróżdż, Pola Dwurnik, Stefan Gierowski, Grzegorz Klaman, Jarosław Kozłowski, Ewa Kulasek, Jadwiga Maziarska, Włodzimierz Pawlak, Józef Robakowski, Jacek Sempoliński, Maria Stangret, Jonasz Stern, Andrzej Szewczyk, Janusz Tarabuła, Leon Tarasewicz, Jan Tarasin, Tomasz Tatarczyk, Witold Urbanowicz, Zbigniew Warpechowski
The Wild West. A History of Wrocław’s Avant-Garde
Festival CONTEXTS – conferance, exhibitions, performances
We look far, but we often do not pay appropriate attention to what is happening here and now. When the eyes of the artistic scene in Europe are turned to Berlin, we decided to look in a different direction: Bochum and Marl.
Shape of Time – Future of Nostalgia
The sun in the blue sky shining high above us and narrow streets bathed in sunlight or hidden in deep shadows. The city is vibrant on the one hand, but on the other, it dies out, people born there emigrate and islands disappear giving in to water…
Contemporary Lynx had the pleasure to talk to Timothy Persons – the curator of the exhibition entitled Everybody is Nobody for Somebody.
Last year, one of the very first articles published by Contemporary Lynx was the report from the ARCO art fair held in Madrid. Also this year, we couldn’t miss reporting from this event. This edition was attended by 219 galleries.
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.