Marcin Maciejowski

Artists
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Artist's works in the Zachęta collection

  • Zdjęcie pracy Poręba Spytkowska
    Poręba SpytkowskaMarcin Maciejowski2002
Exhibitions
  • Grafika do wystawy Art in Our Age
    12.12.2015 – 31.01.2016
    Art in Our Age
    Rafał Dominik and Szymon Żydek and the collections of Zachęta — National Gallery of Art and the ING Polish Art Foundation

    Art in Our Age is an exhibition of works from the collections of the ING Polish Art Foundation and Zachęta — National Gallery of Art. The exhibition confronts the activities of contemporary artists with the fundamental questions that those visiting their exhibitions ask themselves: has today’s art totally divorced itself from reality? Who are contemporary artists and why do we call the effects of their activities works of art? What does the abstract explorations of the artistic avant-garde have in common with the lives of ordinary people?

    Zachęta – National Gallery of ArtZachęta
  • Grafika do wystawy Stories of the Ear
    18.03 – 15.05.2011
    Stories of the Ear

    The project Stories of the Ear was inspired by the cooperation between the Ludwig van Beethoven Society, organizer of the 15th Easter Ludwig van Beethoven festival, and the artists who have created poster projects to promote this musical event, such as the Group Twożywo, Bartek Materka, Marcin Maciejowski and the author of the visual component for the upcoming festival, Anna Molska. The presentation of selected works by these artists will act as a pretext for a wide-ranging exploration of the connections between the visual arts and sound.

    Zachęta National Gallery of ArtZachęta
  • Grafika do wystawy All Creatures Great and Small
    19.12.2009 – 21.02.2010
    All Creatures Great and Small

    The exhibition concentrates only on the problem of the world of animals, exploring artists' diverse takes on this problem and the range of ways of visualizing it in art. The point of entry for the exhibition is the desire to overcome the dogmatic anthropocentrism that places the human in the centre of the world as a privileged species of the highest ontological status. This viewpoint continues to dominate in contemporary science, and as a consequence we witness the exclusion of other species/phenomena of life on earth from the sphere of scientific knowledge in terms of their subjectivity or rights.          

    Zachęta National Gallery of ArtZachęta