Zachęta. September, October 2016
Magazine
folders / Texts

Newspaper accompanying the autumn exhibitions organized by Zachęta:

Fair Building
Common Affairs. Revisiting the Views Award — Contemporary Art from Poland
Alicja Dobrucka. I like you, I like you a lot and others
Money to Burn
Before, After and In Between. Decision-making in Contemporary Art Restoration
Jacek Malinowski. Bi-polar
Krzysztof Wodiczko and Jarosław Kozakiewicz. Disarming Culture
Poland — a Country of Folklore?
The Artists
Culture and Neuroscience II Conference
Łysa Gora Experiment — 50 Years Later

Powiązane wystawy

  • Grafika do wystawy 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia
    28.05 – 27.11.2016
    15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia
    Fair Building

    The Polish Pavilion at the Biennale Architettura 2016 directly responds to this year’s theme – Reporting from the Front – by addressing the ethical issues facing one of the most underrepresented participants in architecture: the construction worker.

    Polish Pavilion at the International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di VeneziaPolish Pavilion at the International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia
  • Grafika do wystawy COMMON AFFAIRS
    21.07 – 30.10.2016
    COMMON AFFAIRS
    REVISITING THE VIEWS AWARD — CONTEMPORARY ART FROM POLAND

    COMMON AFFAIRS is an exhibition of Polish artists selected from amongst those who have been finalists in the VIEWS competition. This award for the best young artists, initiated in 2003 by two institutions: Zachęta – National Gallery of Art, whose mission is the popularization of contemporary art, and Deutsche Bank – which for many years has declared the promotion of art and an interest in contemporaneity amongst its activities – is the most important distinction awarded in the field of the visual arts in Poland.

    KunstHalle Deutsche BankKunstHalle
  • Grafika do wystawy Alicja Dobrucka
    20.08 – 16.10.2016
    Alicja Dobrucka
    I like you, I like you a lot and others

    The exhibition I like you, I like you a lot et.al. is the artist’s first solo show in Warsaw. The photographer, born in Kowary, has been living and working in London for many years. In her work one will find both her Polish and cosmopolitan experiences (some series of photographs were taken in Albania, Canada, Germany, Palestine, India). At the exhibition in the Zachęta Project Room Dobrucka shows two series of photos. The first one — I like you, I like you a lot — is a very personal project, started in 2008. It was conceived as a reflection of a family tragedy — the loss of a thirteen year old brother Maks, who drowned during a scouting trip.

    Zachęta Project RoomZPR
  • Grafika do wystawy Money to Burn
    27.08 – 23.10.2016
    Money to Burn

    The exhibition comprises many parallel stories and anecdotes: from historical references and recontextualisations of stereotypes and symbols, through analyses of the Polish fantasies and notions of wealth, to a critique of the market and personal narratives. Transformation-era clichés or experiences of the 2007 economic crisis mingle here with the manifestation of the joy of possession, fascination with luxury or the beauty of expensive items, as well as reflections on the real and symbolic value of works of art (which have invariably been considered as luxury goods).

    Zachęta – National Gallery of ArtZachęta
  • Grafika do wystawy Before, after and in between
    31.08 – 02.10.2016
    Before, after and in between
    Decision-making in contemporary art restoration

    Differences in works of art in the before and after stages may be visible, but often they are not noticeable to the viewer. The status BETWEEN, normally not revealed to the audience, includes complicated processes and activities, as well as important decisions regarding restoration.

    Zachęta – National Gallery of ArtZachęta
  • Grafika do wystawy Jacek Malinowski
    03.09 – 16.10.2016
    Jacek Malinowski
    Bi-polar

    The exhibition Bi-polar is the first such extensive presentation of the work of Jacek Malinowski in Zachęta. It presents a selection of the filmography of an artist who from 2000 has been realizing films in the style of fake documentaries. Over the course of over a decade Malinowski has developed his own, characteristic pseudo-documentary style that is an important element in his artistic “signature”.

    Zachęta – National Gallery of ArtZachęta
  • Grafika do wystawy Krzysztof Wodiczko and Jarosław Kozakiewicz
    06.10 – 27.11.2016
    Krzysztof Wodiczko and Jarosław Kozakiewicz
    Disarming Culture. Józef Rotblat Institute for Disarmament of Culture and Abolition of War Project
    Zachęta – National Gallery of ArtZachęta
  • Grafika do wystawy Poland — a Country of Folklore?
    15.10.2016 – 15.01.2017
    Poland — a Country of Folklore?

    How was folklore and folk art perceived directly after the war and in the first decades of the Peoples Republic of Poland? How did the ‘people’s’ government make use of it? How did its status change, the moment it was introduced into museums and galleries? What was the status of the folk artist — perceived as ‘the other’?

    Zachęta – National Gallery of ArtZachęta
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