Exhibitions

  • Grafika do wystawy JANUSZ ŁUKOWICZ
    16.01 – 11.03.2018
    JANUSZ ŁUKOWICZ
    Zachęta Project RoomZPR
  • Grafika do wystawy Anna Ostoya
    16.12.2017 – 11.02.2018
    Anna Ostoya

    The exhibition at Zachęta is the first institutional survey of Anna Ostoya’s work.  Her works are shown here in a new configuration: pieces which previously formed closed meaning arrangements were taken out of them in order to be put in different contexts. The exhibition features earlier paintings and collages, as well as the latest works that all touch upon the problems of art, politics and personal experience.

    Zachęta – National Gallery of ArtZachęta
  • Grafika do wystawy Sarkis
    28.11.2017 – 18.02.2018
    Sarkis
    Angel Rainbow

    An exhibition of one of the most important classics of the 20th and 21st century art. Born Sarkis Zabunyan, in 1938 in Istanbul, Sarkis is an Armenian conceptual artist. He studied painting and design at the Mimar Sinan University in Istanbul, and since the 1960s has lived and worked in Paris. He was one of a dozen young artists invited by the curator and art critic Harald Szeemann to participate in the exhibition Live in Your Head: When Attitudes Become Form (Works — Concepts — Processes — Situations — Information), at the Kunsthalle Bern (1969), which presented a new vision of contemporary art.

    Zachęta – National Gallery of ArtZachęta
  • Grafika do wystawy Maria Anto
    07.11.2017 – 04.02.2018
    Maria Anto

    Maria Anto’s exhibition at the Zachęta will be the first such extensive review of the artist’s paintings since her death in 2007. Focusing on her works in the 1960s and 1970s, it features about 60 paintings (individual and collective portraits, animal presentations, allegorical scenes and landscapes), as well as drawings and selected archival materials.

    Zachęta – National Gallery of ArtZachęta
  • Grafika do wystawy The Joy of New Constructions. (Post)war Utopias of Marian Bogusz
    07.11.2017 – 04.02.2018
    The Joy of New Constructions. (Post)war Utopias of Marian Bogusz

    This exhibition at the Zachęta reminisces about one of the most important and colourful figures of the Polish artistic scene after The Second World War – the painter, sculptor, designer, scenographer (creator of both theatre sets and exhibition arrangements), co-organizer of such events as the Plein-airs in Osieki (since 1963) and the Biennale of Spatial Forms in Elblag (1965), Marian Bogusz.

    Zachęta – National Gallery of ArtZachęta