Tomasz Tatarczyk

Artists
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Artist's works in the Zachęta collection

  • Zdjęcie pracy Step by Step
    Step by StepTomasz Tatarczyk1998
  • Zdjęcie pracy Untitled
    Untitled Tomasz Tatarczyk1994
  • Zdjęcie pracy Road
    Road Tomasz Tatarczyk1991
Exhibitions
  • Grafika do wystawy Beyond Cybis
    15.09 – 16.12.2018
    Beyond Cybis

    This cross-sectional exhibition of Polish 20th and 21st century painting includes a wide range of works by outstanding Polish artists of different generations — representatives of the key currents of art history and contemporary artistic trends. The exhibition features, among others, contemporary classics, artists representing conceptual attitudes, educators and experimenters, as well as artistic personalities that are worth reminding to the broader audience, who are now relegated to the sidelines of art history.

    Zachęta – National Gallery of ArtZachęta
  • Grafika do wystawy On a Journey
    21.03 – 25.04.2012
    On a Journey

    On a Journey is a second exhibition realised by the Zachęta National Gallery of Art as part of the project Art Gallery at Chopin Airport. The works on display are from Zachęta’s current collection, built since the 1990s and comprising mainly works by contemporary Polish artists exhibited at the Zachęta or projects co-produced by the gallery.

    Chopin AirportChopin Airport
  • Grafika do wystawy Invasion of Sound
    07.04 – 02.08.2009
    Invasion of Sound
    Music and the Visual Arts

    Invasion of Sound. Music and the Visual Arts proposes a reading of the esthetic relationship between the visual arts and music as relating to culture, rather to cultures. Such an approach can encompass the whole of music and, at the same time, art in its entirety. To be precise, the exhibition pays particular heed to the points of friction between different musical genres, between different esthetic universes, between different cultures. In other words, Invasion of sound. Music and the visual arts aims to reveal how certain musical contexts of particular works disclose a critical distancing with the cultural, social, historic or political norms that the work addresses.

    Zachęta National Gallery of ArtZachęta