2021 was a year of great change, one of them was the creation of the new website for our Online Magazine. We managed to publish over 200 articles and interviews with talented artists, curators and passionate collectors. Here are the 10 most-read of this year. Thank you for being with us.
5 Polish Photographers Worth to Follow
In the article, we present five Polish, female photographers on the road to success. You can now find out more about them and their work before everyone else will.
10 culture-oriented apps that are worth installing on your phone
In a world of mobile apps, everything changes from week to week – some apps disappear forever (like Art Sherlock or Vine) and thousands of new ones, eager for fame and installation, take their place.
Here we present our list of the 10 most interesting culture-oriented mobile apps currently. There is something for fans of visual arts, music, literature, and… wine culture.
A visit to the atelier of Wanda and Józef Gosławski.
A conversation with the artists’ daughter, Anna Rudzka, and their grandson, Tadeusz Rudzki
The atelier where Wanda and Józef Gosławskis worked is situated in Saska Kępa in Warsaw. Anna Rudzka, the couple’s daughter, and Tadeusz Rudzki, their grandson, talked about the history of the place and the artists.
In conversation with emerging artist Klaudia Prabucka:
“My professional dream? To have a pension and become a professional artist as opposed to treating it as a hobby”.
In conversation with Klaudia Prabucka, a student of the Academy of Art in Szczecin and winner of Access – Reactions | Best Media Arts Graduation Projects Competition.
Klaudia specializes mainly in experimental filmmaking and video. She also co-runs the Próżnia Gallery, an artist-run exhibition space in Szczecin. Social and political subjects presented in her work often gain a jocular and irreverent quality.
Hungry for more?
Portfolio: Rafał Zajko
Rafał Zajko (b. 1988, Białystok, Poland) lives and works in London, UK. He holds an MFA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths, University of London and a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art, London, UK. He is one of the mentionet artists in Allegro Prize 2020 competition.
5 alternative art spaces to know before Art Basel. Independent Art Stage in Switzerland
Switzerland’s art stage, best known for its lavish, one of the most popular art fairs, has a lot more to offer beyond the commercialised and VIP-oriented Art Basel.
From rainy Zurich to sunny Lugano, Switzerland has to offer a promising amount of opportunities for emerging art to be exhibited as well as explored.
In conversation with Andrzej Chyra – juror of Allegro Prize 2021:
“I am trying to go along unpaved ways”.
Interview with Andrzej Chyra, an actor and director. He is a winner of multiple awards for best actor in a leading role at the Gdynia Film Festival. In addition, he was awarded two Polish Film Awards for Best Supporting Actor for his role in “Dług” and Best Actor for his role in ‘Komornik.’ . He was one of the jury members of Allegro Prize 2021 competition.
A visit to the Dłużniewski family’s atelier.
Interview with the wife and the son of the late artist Andrzej Dłużniewski
The Dłużniewski family’s atelier is located in Warsaw’s Old Town (Starówka). Emilia Dłużniewska and Kajetan Dłużniewski, wife and son of the late artist Andrzej Dłużniewski, talked about the history of that place. It is a fascinating story of a space which was once regarded as a place hallowed by art, a space where visions intertwined, and a sphere of the artistic sacred.
Independent Cinema Is Alive!
6 New Must-see Films of 2021
What attracts us to the independent films? It is the messages, the creativity of directors, the shock value. Moreover, independent films exude a strong sense of a filmmaker’s freedom in his/her creation. As the limited budget of an independent film asks filmmaker to be more creative with the film.
Here are some anticipated independent films of 2021, which we cannot wait for you to see!
A Choir of Female Voices.
An Interview with Valeria Napoleone, an Italian collector
Valeria Napoleone is an Italian collector, patron, and philanthropist, who has been building an incredible art collection solely dedicated to female artists since the mid-1990s. She was one of the jury members of Allegro Prize 2021 competition.
You haven’t found anything for yourself? Here you can see all our articles published this year: https://contemporarylynx.co.uk/archives