- Zuzanna Zasacka
Exhibition title: A Room and a Half
Artist/s: Laura Lima
Venue: Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art
Dates: Until October 10 2017
A Room and a Half is an invitation to enter a situation that escapes rational logic, balancing on the edge of an understatement and a joke. The first solo exhibition in Poland of Laura Lima, one of the most recognizable Brazilian artists of her generation, tells about the margins of our perception, blurring the differences between reality and illusion. In works presented in Warsaw, the artist uses architecture to modify the feeling of the space.
Exhibition title: HESTIA ARTISTIC JOURNEY
Exhibition of the 16th contest exhibition
Artist/s: Karolina Babińska, Jerzy Baranowski, Katarzyna Blajchert, Dorota Chodór, Aleksandra Cieślewicz, Kornelia Dzikowska, Józef Gałązka, Joanna Jamro-Nowińska, Natalia Janus-Malewska, Marcin Janusz, Kamila Kobierzyńska, Zuzanna Kojder, Mateusz Kokot, Marta Krześlak, Agnieszka Mastalerz, Horacy Muszyński, Gabriela Palicka, Wojciech Piotrowski, Maryna Sakowska, Katarzyna Szymkiewicz, Katarzyna Wąsowska, Marta Wódz, Barbara Wójcik, Wiktor Wolski, Weronika Wysocka, Paulina Żmuda
Venue: Museum on the Vistula
Dates: Until October 10, 2017
The event is a great opportunity to find out what's new in Polish art. It includes video works, photography, sculpture, painting, graphic art and installations by 26 young artists, finalists in the competition.
Exhibition title: Breaking Through Photography
Artist/s: Marek Piasecki, Józef Robakowski
Venue: The Asymetria Gallery
Dates: Until July 15, 2017
Marek Piasecki and Józef Robakowski belong to a generation of artists affected by the catastrophe of World War II. The former moves to Kraków after the fall of the Warsaw Uprising, when his family home is destroyed; the latter, following the death of his cavalryman father (in the Battle of Bzura), grows up in an orphanage where his mother is employed. Both biographical orders intersect somehow.
Are the two artists’ non-camera yet photographic gestures not an attempt to regain the lost language which constitutes not only abstract chemical painting, but also produces non-normative contents, the image of which reinstates in art the meaning of what, to paraphrase Agamben, historically has slipped through mankind’s fingers.