Ryszard Winiarski

Artists
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Artist's works in the Zachęta collection

  • Zdjęcie pracy Game of Pattern and Fortuity
    Game of Pattern and FortuityRyszard Winiarski1985
  • Zdjęcie pracy Ninth Game 9x9
    Ninth Game 9x9Ryszard Winiarski1981
  • Zdjęcie pracy Tenth Game 9x9
    Tenth Game 9x9Ryszard Winiarski1981
  • Zdjęcie pracy Game 10x10
    Game 10x10Ryszard Winiarski1978
  • Zdjęcie pracy Throwing Two Dice
    Throwing Two DiceRyszard Winiarski1977
  • Zdjęcie pracy 1.1.2.1.3.1...
    1.1.2.1.3.1...Ryszard Winiarski1977
  • Zdjęcie pracy Hudred of Incidents 1x1
    Hudred of Incidents 1x1Ryszard Winiarski1977
  • Zdjęcie pracy Hundred of Incidents 8x8
    Hundred of Incidents 8x8Ryszard Winiarski1977
  • Zdjęcie pracy Hudred of Incidents 10x10
    Hudred of Incidents 10x10Ryszard Winiarski1977
  • Zdjęcie pracy From 0 to 100% of Black
    From 0 to 100% of BlackRyszard Winiarski1975
  • Zdjęcie pracy Transition IV, Transition V, Transition VI
    Transition IV, Transition V, Transition VIRyszard Winiarski1975
  • Zdjęcie pracy Area 144
    Area 144Ryszard Winiarski1973
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 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