The artist refers to complex personal family relationships, emotional connections and entanglements in the context of female sexuality and corporeality. Her work carries a strong psychological message related to the feeling of sadness, pain, violence, lack of fulfillment and manipulation, and focuses on women’s feelings. The exhibition will present a wide selection of her works (…)
Basia Bańda (born 1980) is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań. Since 2008, he has been working at the Institute of Visual Arts, Faculty of Art, University of Zielona Góra in Zielona Góra. So far, she has participated in the group exhibitions “Malarki” (2015) and “Wieża Bab²” (2021) at the Biała (…)
In his artistic practice, Krzysztof Franaszek is interested in the existence of man in the urbanized space of the city. Plastics and installations that refer to the hidden infrastructure in the urban agglomeration. He experiments with light, sounds, asphalt, tar, earth, metal, concrete, artificial artificials and 3D printing.
Włodko Kaufman is a multi-media artist. He deals with, among others, performance, painting, graphics, photography, film, object. At the exhibition, he presents an installation dedicated to two spaces, the basic material of which is large-sized paper. The resulting monumental objects will make their visuality gain dramatic overtones. The exhibition is the result of a creative (…)
Jarosław Perszko mainly creates sculptures, objects and installations that metaphorically refer to the fragility and transience of human existence and the world of nature. In his artistic practice, he experiments with glass, light, metal, stone and delicate materials, creating minimalist forms, saturated with metaphysics. The artist lives in Hajnówka and works at the Faculty of Architecture of the Białystok University of Technology.
We invite you to our Patio to meet the Ukrainian artist Anastasiia Mikhno who present her project “PHANTOM LINE”.
The idea of the exhibition is to counteract the silencing and strengthen the voice of fighting Ukraine. The war is a catalyst for many changes in Ukrainian society and public institutions. It poses existential questions and demands quick and honest answers. In this context, presentation of the Ukrainian artists’ statements is of great importance.