Basia Bańda • Małgorzata Blamowska • Milena Brudkowska • Izabela Chamczyk • Monika Chlebek • Julia Curyło • Aleksandra Czerniawska • Kamila Czosnyk • Pola Dwurnik • Viola Głowacka • Aleksandra Ignasiak • Ewa Juszkiewicz • Maja Kitajewska • Karolina Komorowska • Katarzyna Kukuła • Agata Kus • Cecylia Malik • Julita Malinowska • Magdalena (…)
We suggest you a guide to art based on the work of the Artists who’ve been appearing in Biała Gallery occasionally, spontaneously or periodically. Although the 30 years have past we do not balance or sum up, but instead we are looking for new constellations and artistic events
Come to the landing of the white plates, communal collecting, nihilistic musical rhythms and a humble treat on 23.10.2015 at 6 p.m.
Jerzy Kosałka – visual artist, one of the core members of the Wroclaw-based “Legendarna Grupa Luxus” (“Legendary Luxury Group”) would like to invite everybody to his individual exhibition entitled “From the Artists to the Nation”. He is famous for his numerous incarnations, starting from his participation in the counterculture of the 80s, witnessing and accompanying (…)
The road and wandering are leitmotivs running through Sławomir Brzoska’s art. Through his solitary journeys to different cultures, places that are off the beaten track or through encountering people living in archaic communities in exotic countries, the artist attempts to participate in the primeval rhythm of life he sees there. His personal experiences and emotions (…)
The presented exhibition attempts to confront the viewer with fundamental questions: Is art capable of reviving the critical spirit, which shapes social values confronting the phantasms reproduced by the dominant dogmatism? Is it possible today to create conditions (mental and institutional) for the state of mind opposing the conservatism of today’s Poland.
Marek Radke is interested not only in the vast reservoir of postmodern visual culture, but also in sensory experience and perception – áisthesis, as well as in sensory reaction to light, colors and shapes, not natural, however, but rather generated by the civilization of images. It seems that he tries to encourage us to take a closer look at them.