For Piotr, the painting is a field for experimentation, in which he is very consistent, or perhaps (in)consistent, because he does it in many surprising ways. Following his Dadaist imagination, he transcends traditional rules of image creation, while manifesting constant attachment to the source: painting, from which he began his artistic path. His images are (…)
To talk. Now, after a year and a half of a full-scale war and incredible aggression from Russia, it is important for Ukrainians not to stop talking. So that we can still be heard. To talk not only about the pain and losses we are currently experiencing, but also about what supports us and gives (…)
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 (…)
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.
Krystyna Piotrowska is a recognized visual artist. She creates works that combine photography, graphic techniques, and painting. She is the author of installations and videos. Piotrowska is known for her works made of human hair. Her art deals mainly with the subjects of identification, memory, passing, history and Jewish identity.
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 (…)