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CONSTELLATIONPiktogram is presenting works by Daniela & Linda Dostálková and is hosting Hot Wheels, Athens/London, prese...
17/04/2024

CONSTELLATION
Piktogram is presenting works by Daniela & Linda Dostálková
and is hosting
Hot Wheels, Athens/London, presenting works by Yorgos Prinos
and
KIN, Brussels, presenting works by Yalda Afsah and Thibaut Henz

On view till May 4, 2024

Pics:

CONSTELLATIONPiktogram is presenting works by Daniela & Linda Dostálková and is hosting Hot Wheels, Athens/London, prese...
15/04/2024

CONSTELLATION
Piktogram is presenting works by Daniela & Linda Dostálková
and is hosting
Hot Wheels, Athens/London, presenting works by Yorgos Prinos
and
KIN, Brussels, presenting works by Yalda Afsah and Thibaut Henz

Pics:

CONSTELLATION - link do relacji w komentarzu
08/04/2024

CONSTELLATION - link do relacji w komentarzu

Już w ten weekend!
04/04/2024

Już w ten weekend!

10 prywatnych galerii z Warszawy zaprasza zaprzyjaźnione galerie z Europy. Tak powstaje 10 wspólnych wystaw.

Zuza Golinska, Iza TarasewiczOne/ThemCentrum Sztuki Galeria ELLast days to see! On view until 7 April, 2024Zuza Golińska...
01/04/2024

Zuza Golinska, Iza Tarasewicz
One/Them

Centrum Sztuki Galeria EL
Last days to see! On view until 7 April, 2024

Zuza Golińska and Iza Tarasewicz’s first joint exhibition explores the conditions under which a collective voice of resistance emerges. Both sculptors analyse global issues in a local context while building relationships with the communities they co-create.

Although Zuza Golińska lives in Warsaw, she often returns to her hometown of Gdańsk, where she creates steel sculptures in her workshop on the site of a former shipyard. Confronting the myth of the male worker, the artist breaks with the stereotypical gender roles ingrained in our culture. By transforming industrial materials, she makes a direct reference to the history of her own family, whose members were employed in the maritime industry.

Rachitic and saturated with colour, Zuza Golińska's Insekty (Insects) form abstract drawings in space and charge it with a record of dynamic movement. This restless swarm creates a vision of the not-too-distant future, in which insects may acquire completely different functions. Does the group of objects represent a plague of locusts devouring the harvest of human labour, is it cultivated food in the form of insects, or perhaps robotic insect hybrids replacing now-extinct pollinators?

The title of the exhibition is taken from a 1954 film by Gordon Douglas entitled Them! Its plot tells the story of deadly man-eating ants created as a result of a nuclear explosion. Although this camp classic, with its naive special effects, may leave contemporary viewers with a rather ironic smile on their faces, it deals with the perennial problem of the extinction of our species caused by the effects of invasive human activity.

[Full text on the museum's website]

Curated by Stanisław Małecki

📷 by Tomasz Maryks

We are thrilled to announce participation of Agata Ingarden in 15th Gwangju Biennale, September 7 - December 1, 2024, cu...
30/03/2024

We are thrilled to announce participation of Agata Ingarden in 15th Gwangju Biennale, September 7 - December 1, 2024, curated by Nicolas Bourriaud

We are thrilled to announce participation of Agata Ingarden in 15th Gwangju Biennale
30/03/2024

We are thrilled to announce participation of Agata Ingarden in 15th Gwangju Biennale

제 15회 광주비엔날레 : 판소리, 모두의 울림 15th Gwangju Biennale : A Soundscape of the 21st Century 2024.9.7 — 2024.12.1.

Daniela & Linda Dostálková, Gastro Guilt, 2023, Photographic print on Fujiflex Crystal Archive Paper, 95 x 62 cm, Ed. 3 ...
30/03/2024

Daniela & Linda Dostálková, Gastro Guilt, 2023, Photographic print on Fujiflex Crystal Archive Paper, 95 x 62 cm, Ed. 3 + 2 AP

As part of CONSTELLATION
Piktogram is presenting works by Daniela & Linda Dostálková
and is hosting
Hot Wheels, Athens/London, presenting works by Yorgos Prinos
and
KIN, Brussels, presenting works by Yalda Afsah and Thibaut Henz

Opening days
6 - 7 April, 2024
12:00 - 18:00 CET

Praca Agaty Ingarden z kolekcji ING
29/03/2024

Praca Agaty Ingarden z kolekcji ING

26/03/2024

Koło Klipsa / KNAF

Dusk, Dust, and AshPaul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr SkibaFinal day to seeVolcanic winter occurs after strong volc...
23/03/2024

Dusk, Dust, and Ash
Paul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr Skiba

Final day to see

Volcanic winter occurs after strong volcanic eruptions, when billions of tons of ash rise in the atmosphere. The volcanic winter that came in 536, according to scientists, was probably the result of the eruption of three volcanoes. As a result of the explosions, the average temperature in various places around the world, including in Europe, dropped by 1.5-2.5 degrees Celsius compared to the long-term norm. There was darkness and famine. It took decades for the situation to return to balance. It was the volcanic winter that caused the formation of the Slavic ethnic group in eastern and central Europe.

It is speculated that Munch's famous painting "The Scream" was inspired by the red cloud of volcanic aerosol over Oslo resulting from the Awu eruption in 1892.

Photos by

Last chance to seeDusk, Dust, and AshPaul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr SkibaPic. Iwo Panasiewicz, Room IV, 2022Pen...
22/03/2024

Last chance to see
Dusk, Dust, and Ash
Paul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr Skiba

Pic. Iwo Panasiewicz, Room IV, 2022
Pencil and coloured pencil on paper, 41,2 x 27,2 cm
Wooden frame, museum glass (UV-filter, antireflex glass) 54,7 x 40,7 cm

Dusk, Dust, and AshPaul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr SkibaOn view till March 23, 2024Volcanic winter occurs after ...
20/03/2024

Dusk, Dust, and Ash
Paul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr Skiba

On view till March 23, 2024

Volcanic winter occurs after strong volcanic eruptions, when billions of tons of ash rise in the atmosphere. The volcanic winter that came in 536, according to scientists, was probably the result of the eruption of three volcanoes. As a result of the explosions, the average temperature in various places around the world, including in Europe, dropped by 1.5-2.5 degrees Celsius compared to the long-term norm. There was darkness and famine. It took decades for the situation to return to balance. It was the volcanic winter that caused the formation of the Slavic ethnic group in eastern and central Europe.

It is speculated that Munch's famous painting "The Scream" was inspired by the red cloud of volcanic aerosol over Oslo resulting from the Awu eruption in 1892.

Photos by

Thank you Art Viewer
19/03/2024

Thank you Art Viewer

Zuza Golinska, Iza TarasewiczOne/ThemCentrum Sztuki Galeria ELOn view until 7 April, 2024Zuza Golińska and Iza Tarasewic...
18/03/2024

Zuza Golinska, Iza Tarasewicz
One/Them

Centrum Sztuki Galeria EL
On view until 7 April, 2024

Zuza Golińska and Iza Tarasewicz’s first joint exhibition explores the conditions under which a collective voice of resistance emerges. Both sculptors analyse global issues in a local context while building relationships with the communities they co-create.

Although Zuza Golińska lives in Warsaw, she often returns to her hometown of Gdańsk, where she creates steel sculptures in her workshop on the site of a former shipyard. Confronting the myth of the male worker, the artist breaks with the stereotypical gender roles ingrained in our culture. By transforming industrial materials, she makes a direct reference to the history of her own family, whose members were employed in the maritime industry.

Rachitic and saturated with colour, Zuza Golińska's Insekty (Insects) form abstract drawings in space and charge it with a record of dynamic movement. This restless swarm creates a vision of the not-too-distant future, in which insects may acquire completely different functions. Does the group of objects represent a plague of locusts devouring the harvest of human labour, is it cultivated food in the form of insects, or perhaps robotic insect hybrids replacing now-extinct pollinators?

The title of the exhibition is taken from a 1954 film by Gordon Douglas entitled Them! Its plot tells the story of deadly man-eating ants created as a result of a nuclear explosion. Although this camp classic, with its naive special effects, may leave contemporary viewers with a rather ironic smile on their faces, it deals with the perennial problem of the extinction of our species caused by the effects of invasive human activity.

[Full text on the museum's website]

Curated by Stanisław Małecki

📷 by Tomasz Maryks

Dusk, Dust, and AshPaul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr SkibaOn view till March 23, 2024Volcanic winter occurs after ...
13/03/2024

Dusk, Dust, and Ash
Paul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr Skiba

On view till March 23, 2024

Volcanic winter occurs after strong volcanic eruptions, when billions of tons of ash rise in the atmosphere. The volcanic winter that came in 536, according to scientists, was probably the result of the eruption of three volcanoes. As a result of the explosions, the average temperature in various places around the world, including in Europe, dropped by 1.5-2.5 degrees Celsius compared to the long-term norm. There was darkness and famine. It took decades for the situation to return to balance. It was the volcanic winter that caused the formation of the Slavic ethnic group in eastern and central Europe.

It is speculated that Munch's famous painting "The Scream" was inspired by the red cloud of volcanic aerosol over Oslo resulting from the Awu eruption in 1892.

Photos by

Piotr Skiba Snail GodsCentre of Polish Sculpture in Orońsko On view till May 5, 2024Piotr Skiba visiting Orońsko focused...
09/03/2024

Piotr Skiba Snail Gods
Centre of Polish Sculpture in Orońsko 
On view till May 5, 2024

Piotr Skiba visiting Orońsko focused on the phenomenon of snail reproduction occurring in the Sculpture Park in early summer. During this period, female molluscs laid their eggs in the soil, rock crevices, but also in sculptures. The sculptures gradually overgrew with snail shells, creating their own ecosystem. This gave the impression that they were in complete control of the area, turning the local park facilities into ‘temples for habitation’.

Land snails have accompanied humans since ancient times; the Sumerians and Babylonians considered snails immortal, making them a symbol of eternity. Prehistoric shell heaps, e.g. Sambaqui in Brazil (6000 BC) or Køkkenmødding in Denmark, testify to the number of shells processed by local tribes. The Australian Burarra people, also known as Gidjingali, consider their shell mounds to be sacred sites.

Piotr Skiba made shells, crusts, discarded organic elements become symbolic material for building a microhabitat, a new ecological address for local gastropods. During a morning walk in the Sculpture Park, the artist noticed that, at night, the damp ground of the alleys was literally covered with a moving thicket of shells. He directly addressed this phenomenon by building in, among other things, the soles of his shoes and swimming flip-flops, elements from discarded, delicate snail shells, and other organic remains. Skiba appears to be attempting to reverse a practice similar to preventing living organisms from overgrowing the hulls of ships, creating a situation sacrificed to overgrowth. The objects created in his characteristic technique of casting in bronze resemble in form designed models of settlements for small creatures. It is significant that the organic materials collected were ‘cremated’ by burning in metal, ultimately preserving the memory of the melted biological fragments, which can be related to the ritualistic practices of creating ancient statues. The choice of location for the exhibition, i.e. the Chapel, which is the oldest building located in the .rzezby.polskiej, is by no means accidental.

Iwo Panasiewicz, Room III, 2022Pencil and coloured pencil on paper, 33,6 x 23 cm, wooden frame, museum glass, 47,4 x 36,...
08/03/2024

Iwo Panasiewicz, Room III, 2022
Pencil and coloured pencil on paper, 33,6 x 23 cm, wooden frame, museum glass, 47,4 x 36,7 cm

Dusk, Dust, and Ash
Paul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr Skiba

On view till March 23, 2024

Pics by

07/03/2024

Przestrzeń nawy i prezbiterium byłego średniowiecznego kościoła, w którym obecnie mieści się Centrum Sztuki Galeria EL w Elblągu, została wypełniona pracami Zuzy Golińskiej i Izy Tarasewicz. Wystawa „ONE/THEM” potrwa do 7 kwietnia 2024 roku.

Brand new catalogue of  and Designed by Karolina Pietrzyk Interview with the artists by Natalia Sielewicz Texts by Stani...
07/03/2024

Brand new catalogue of and

Designed by Karolina Pietrzyk

Interview with the artists by Natalia Sielewicz

Texts by Stanisław Małecki and Stach Szabłowski

Pics by Błażej Pindor , Jan Gaworski, Iza, and Zuza

Published by .rzezby.polskiej

Publication supported by .art_collection and

Dusk, Dust, and AshPaul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr SkibaOn view till March 23, 2024Volcanic winter occurs after ...
05/03/2024

Dusk, Dust, and Ash
Paul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr Skiba

On view till March 23, 2024

Volcanic winter occurs after strong volcanic eruptions, when billions of tons of ash rise in the atmosphere. The volcanic winter that came in 536, according to scientists, was probably the result of the eruption of three volcanoes. As a result of the explosions, the average temperature in various places around the world, including in Europe, dropped by 1.5-2.5 degrees Celsius compared to the long-term norm. There was darkness and famine. It took decades for the situation to return to balance. It was the volcanic winter that caused the formation of the Slavic ethnic group in eastern and central Europe.

It is speculated that Munch's famous painting "The Scream" was inspired by the red cloud of volcanic aerosol over Oslo resulting from the Awu eruption in 1892.

Pic. Piotr Skiba, Volcanic Crater or Butt Plug, 2023
Bronze cast, natural patina, 41 x 40 x 17 cm, 14 kg. Unique

Piotr Skiba
25/02/2024

Piotr Skiba

Piotr Skiba SNAIL GODS curated by Leszek Golec 03.02 - 05.05.2024 Centre of Polish Sculpture Topolowa 1, 26-505 Orońsko, Polland

Dusk, Dust, and AshPaul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr SkibaOn view till March 23, 2024Volcanic winter occurs after ...
20/02/2024

Dusk, Dust, and Ash
Paul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr Skiba

On view till March 23, 2024

Volcanic winter occurs after strong volcanic eruptions, when billions of tons of ash rise in the atmosphere. The volcanic winter that came in 536, according to scientists, was probably the result of the eruption of three volcanoes. As a result of the explosions, the average temperature in various places around the world, including in Europe, dropped by 1.5-2.5 degrees Celsius compared to the long-term norm. There was darkness and famine. It took decades for the situation to return to balance. It was the volcanic winter that caused the formation of the Slavic ethnic group in eastern and central Europe.

It is speculated that Munch's famous painting "The Scream" was inspired by the red cloud of volcanic aerosol over Oslo resulting from the Awu eruption in 1892.

Pic: Paul Czerlitzki, Relay, 2023
Pigment dust on canvas, 40 x 30 cm, wooden painted frame, museum glass, 51,6 x 41,6 cm

Dusk, Dust, and AshPaul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr SkibaOn view till March 23, 2024Volcanic winter occurs after ...
19/02/2024

Dusk, Dust, and Ash
Paul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr Skiba

On view till March 23, 2024

Volcanic winter occurs after strong volcanic eruptions, when billions of tons of ash rise in the atmosphere. The volcanic winter that came in 536, according to scientists, was probably the result of the eruption of three volcanoes. As a result of the explosions, the average temperature in various places around the world, including in Europe, dropped by 1.5-2.5 degrees Celsius compared to the long-term norm. There was darkness and famine. It took decades for the situation to return to balance. It was the volcanic winter that caused the formation of the Slavic ethnic group in eastern and central Europe.

It is speculated that Munch's famous painting "The Scream" was inspired by the red cloud of volcanic aerosol over Oslo resulting from the Awu eruption in 1892.

Pic: Iwo Panasiewicz, Ash II, 2023
Pencil and coloured pencil on paper, 31,5 x 25 cm, wooden frame, museum glass, 45,2 x 38,7 cm

Dusk, Dust, and AshPaul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr SkibaOn view till March 23, 2024Volcanic winter occurs after ...
16/02/2024

Dusk, Dust, and Ash
Paul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr Skiba

On view till March 23, 2024

Volcanic winter occurs after strong volcanic eruptions, when billions of tons of ash rise in the atmosphere. The volcanic winter that came in 536, according to scientists, was probably the result of the eruption of three volcanoes. As a result of the explosions, the average temperature in various places around the world, including in Europe, dropped by 1.5-2.5 degrees Celsius compared to the long-term norm. There was darkness and famine. It took decades for the situation to return to balance. It was the volcanic winter that caused the formation of the Slavic ethnic group in eastern and central Europe.

It is speculated that Munch's famous painting "The Scream" was inspired by the red cloud of volcanic aerosol over Oslo resulting from the Awu eruption in 1892.

Photos by and

16/02/2024
Dusk, Dust, and AshPaul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr SkibaOn view till March 23, 2024Volcanic winter occurs after ...
02/02/2024

Dusk, Dust, and Ash
Paul Czerlitzki, Iwo Panasiewicz, Piotr Skiba

On view till March 23, 2024

Volcanic winter occurs after strong volcanic eruptions, when billions of tons of ash rise in the atmosphere. The volcanic winter that came in 536, according to scientists, was probably the result of the eruption of three volcanoes. As a result of the explosions, the average temperature in various places around the world, including in Europe, dropped by 1.5-2.5 degrees Celsius compared to the long-term norm. There was darkness and famine. It took decades for the situation to return to balance. It was the volcanic winter that caused the formation of the Slavic ethnic group in eastern and central Europe.

It is speculated that Munch's famous painting "The Scream" was inspired by the red cloud of volcanic aerosol over Oslo resulting from the Awu eruption in 1892.

Pic. Piotr Skiba, Portrait of a Burnt Dumpster, 2023
Bronze, alloy of various materials, natural patina, 24 x 23 x 9 cm, 5 kg. Unique

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