The exhibition consists works of five Polish female artists, working in different cities and representing various generations.
Bartosz Kokosiński and Paweł Matyszewski in their joint exhibition The Wonder Years. The title of the exhibition The Wonder Years is a reference to an American TV-series from 1988-1993. The show was aired on public television in Poland when the artists (born in 1984) were in their youth. Now they return to the carefree years (…)
The exhibition by Dawid Ryski presented at the Biała Gallery is titled 1982, which refers not only to the year in which the artist was born, but also to the interests of the generation that shaped him as well as to the number of all the works he has created and the projects he has (…)
It is the first exhibition by the Slovak artist Milan Sokol at the Biała Gallery. It focuses on two distinctive topics selected from his oeuvre. The first part of the presentation is connected with the series Postcards – Tapestries created fifteen years ago. It is a collection of 248 works (size of a postcard) including relief prints (the earliest printmaking technique) and original stamps on paper. The second part of the exhibition shows works from the series Recyclization 2012-2015.
The exhibition Matahari (Day’s Eye) is the result of a nomadic art project – Matahari, which we started in 2010 in South-East Asia. It is yet another presentation of the project, this time at the Biała Gallery in Lublin – the city we are visiting for the first time since we left it in the (…)
This is the largest presentation of works by the artist from Lublin. For over thirty years Irena Nawrot has consistently kept visualizing time and its transience, the frailty of life – all based on images of herself and of her family members. The nature of her photographs from the 1980s and 1990s relates to the (…)
The exhibition Mental Sculptures includes sculptures, drawings, objects, a video and some new works in alabaster that Muller created for the purpose of the show in Lublin.
For her exhibition at the Biała Gallery, Muller invited Robert Kuśmirowski, the artist known not only to the Polish audience. We are going to show his installation Träumgutstraße, first presented at the exhibition at the Salon Akademii in Warsaw in 2014. The work was also shown at the Johen Galerie in Berlin in 2015.