biala.art.pl is a show of the most recent visual explorations of the artists who represent various generations – from students to mature artists, working primarily in Lublin and Krakow and Warsaw.
The exhibition is another major manifestation of artistic environment, associated with the Biała Gallery. Last presentation of this kind took place in 2009 in Lublin and in 2011 in Bielsko-Biala.
Stańczak works with various media, particularly with painting and installation, but he also creates art objects and architectural models, and builds devices that can be set in motion. Characteristic of his art are explosions of bright colours, abandoned buildings, bunkers, mazes of underground corridors and bizarre structures with plants growing in them.
Jest to efekt wspólnego projektu, który został zainicjowany w marcu tego roku. Jego autorkami są kobiety różnych pokoleń i profesji, które łączy zamiłowanie do robótek z włóczki.
For over fourty-five years, Edward Dwurnik has consistently commented on, described and depicted the situation of Poland as it was in the times of transformation – when Poland was regarded as a satellite state of the Soviet Union – and as it is today. His artistic oeuvre is considered to be a pictorial chronicle of stories and events, lives, customs, frustrations, traumas, predilections and obsessions of Polish men and women.
It is difficult to subject Krzysztof Sołowiej’s oeuvre to simple categories. Among many desires shared by artists there is a need to find one’s own, unique and, at the same time, recognizable language. There are not too many who succeed in it, and it is the case of Sołowiej’s art which is so individual and free from being loaded with too many references. It is worth stoping and have a look at it.