Maria Pinińska-Bereś

Artists
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Artist's works in the Zachęta collection

  • Zdjęcie pracy Twisted Tower Deconstruction II
    Twisted Tower Deconstruction IIMaria Pinińska-Bereś1995
Exhibitions
  • Grafika do wystawy TRUTH BEAUTY GOODNESS
    15.04 – 19.07.2015
    TRUTH BEAUTY GOODNESS
    From the Zachęta Collection

    The latest presentation of the collection in the Raczyński tenement building on Małachowski Square, just opposite Zachęta is entitled TRUTH BEAUTY GOODNESS.

    Kamienica Hrabiego RaczyńskiegoKamienica Hrabiego Raczyńskiego
  • Grafika do wystawy Three Women
    01.03 – 08.05.2011
    Three Women
    Maria Pinińska-Bereś, Natalia Lach-Lachowicz, Ewa Partum

    The subject of the exhibition is the work of three female artists, pioneers of Polish women’s art: Ewa Partum, Natalia Lach-Lachowicz and Maria Pinińska-Bereś, who died in 1999. From the 1970s onwards, they have been linked by a similar quest in which a clear feminist intuition or an identification with feminism is perceptible. Despite this, however, this will be the first time when their works are set alongside one another in such a configuration.

    Zachęta National Gallery of ArtZachęta
  • Grafika do wystawy Revolutions 1968
    16.09 – 11.11.2008
    Revolutions 1968

    The year 1968 is a time of the culmination of a great number of wildly different political and social tensions. Protests, unrest and demonstrations took place all over the world, from Mexico and the U.S.A., through Germany, France, Poland and Czechoslovakia to as far as Japan (without neglecting Latin America). The exhibition Revolutions 1968 does not present the art of those times. It is rather an attempt to portray this period through art (although not just through art) from different perspectives: historical and documentary, or through interpretations and re-interpretations of social problems and cultural phenomena characteristic of this turbulent time.

    Zachęta National Gallery of ArtZachęta