Małgorzata Chodakowska from Łódż spends around 6 months to bring each sculpture to life with her amazing water technique.
"Treblinka Through the Eyes of Samuel Willenberg," an exhibition of sculptures by a witness to German crimes committed in the Treblinka extermination camp, built and operated by Nazi Germany in occupied Poland during WWII, can be viewed online from Sunday.
All of Alicja Kozłowska’s works are made of embroidered textiles and look as if they had just been pulled off a shelf at the supermarket.
To see Polish sculptor Jerzy Kędziora’s work, your best bet is to look up: the figures float above the ground, frozen in jumps, summersaults and other acrobatic feats.
Known simply as Tewu, the sculptor has thrilled art lovers by leaving a string of unconventional installations strewn across the Tri-City.
When Samuel Willenberg was 70 years old, he enrolled on a sculpture course and turned his experiences into art by creating 15 sculptures that show traumatic events that he either witnessed or was directly involved in at the German extermination camp.
The sculpture changes colour and shape according to the behaviour of its audience and the even the traffic around it.
Caminando, an installation by renowned Polish sculptress Magdalena Abakanowicz (1930-2017), has been auctioned off for over PLN 8 million (EUR 1,900,000), a record for the Polish art market, the Onet portal informed on Tuesday.
Produced by David Preuss in 1599, the triptych was made from lime wood and included figures of Christ, Mary Magdalene, St. John the Evangelist and Saints Peter and Paul.
Because the sand will soon be blown away by the wind it was chosen especially to present some of the worlds most endangered species.