One of four nominees for the 2008 Turner Prize, Macuga’s work is embedded in the modern cultural phenomenon of the artist as not only a creator, but also a researcher, archivist, detective, critic and curator.
Anybody visiting Gdańsk between July 28 and August 19 will have the chance to sample the delights of St. Dominic’s Fair.
While some of the pieces draw on ancient forms and techniques, their themes – ranging from the legacy of colonialism to economic exploitation of workers – feel fresh and contemporary.
Painter and creator of comic strip and press illustrations, Maciejowski’s art is best defined as ‘narrative realism’.
The Polish contemporary shirks the political.
The one of the most important cultural events in Central and Eastern Europe - music, dancing, film, theatre.
One of the new generation of Polish artists, Sasnal has become the internationally acclaimed ‘golden boy’ of the contemporary Polish art scene.
The current exhibition at Warsaw’s Museum of Modern Art, entitled ‘What Is Enlightenment? – 200 years of the Print Room of the University of Warsaw Library’, is a fascinating exploration of the collection, it’s relevance to the modern world, and reactions to works from the collection by contemporary artists, including reinterpretations of engravings by the 2008 Turner prize nominated British/Polish artist Goshka Macuga.
One of the most original sculptors of Poland’s young generation, Brzeski creates disturbing worlds through sculptural pieces.
A poster competition organised by the Institute of National Remembrance aims to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Poland’s independence.