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Agnieszka Polska in Sri Lanka

Colomboscope: Shadow Scenes

Exhibition: 22 – 30 August 2015
10am – 6pm, daily

Location: Rio Hotel and Cinema
Sir Henry De Mel Road
Slave Island,
Colombo 02
Sri Lanka

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Marlena Kudlicka in Neumünster

Vom Grossen Und Ganzen
Die Sammlung Haus N – Teil 2

Exhibition: 8 August – 4 October, 2015

Opening: 8 August, 2015

Stiftervilla, Galerie, Nebenräume, Efeuhaus, Park
Brachenfelder Straße 69 · 24536 Neumünster

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Marlena Kudlicka in Warsaw

The Wild West. A history of Wrocław’s Avant-Garde.

Curated by: Dorota Monkiewicz, Head of Wrocław Contemporary Museum

Exhibition: 18 June – 13 September, 2015

Opening: June 18, 2015

Zachęta National Gallery of Art (premier)
pl. Małachowskiego 3, Warsaw

The show will then travel to: Kunsthalle Košice, Kunstmuseum Bochum & the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb.

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Dominik Lejman in Roskow

Rohkunstbau XXI presents the fourth and final chapter of a series of thematic exhibitions derived from Wagner’s epic opera cycle The Ring of the Nibelung. The focus of the 2015 exhibition is Apokalypse (Apocalypse), loosely inspired by Götterdämmerung (The Twilight of the Gods). But instead of being an exact interpretation of Götterdämmerung, the exhibition draws on Wagner’s notion of an end and subsequent beginning: The notion of transition serves as the focus of the examination of apocalypse.

Curated by Mark Gisbourne

Exhibition: 21 June – 6 Sep, 2015

Opening: 20 June, 2015 at 3pm

Dorfstr. 30, 14778 Roskow

Katarzyna Kozyra and Agnieszka Polska in Poznań

LET'S DANCE (group show) at Art Stations Foundation

Curated by: Joanna Leśnierowska, Tomasz Plata, Agnieszka Sosnowska

Exhibition: 20 June – 18 October, 2015

Opening: 19 June, 2015 at 6pm

Art Stations gallery,
Stary Browar, Poznań



For LOOP Barcelona 2015 we are proud to present Faces, a video by Katarzyna Kozyra.

LOOP Barcelona 2015: June 4-6, 2015
Room 32

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Gorgona at MoMA New York

Construction to Transmission: Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America, 1960–1980 focuses on the parallels and connections among an international scene of artists working in—and in reference to—Latin America and Eastern Europe during the 1960s and 1970s. The exhibition brings together landmark works from MoMA’s collection by Eastern European artists including Geta Brặtescu, Tomislav Gotovac, Ion Grigorescu, Sanja Iveković, Dóra Maurer, and the anti-art collectives Gorgona, OHO, Aktual, and Fluxus East, as well as Latin American artists such as Beatriz González, Lea Lublin, and Ana Mendieta. Particular attention is paid to the group of Argentine artists clustered around the influential Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, including Oscar Bony, David Lamelas, and Marta Minujín, who confronted the aesthetic and political implications of mass media communication—including film, television, and the telex—during a vibrant, experimental period of technological innovation and political tension.

Exhibition: September 5, 2015 – January 3, 2016

MoMA New York
11 West 53 St.
NY 10019-5497

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Yane Calovski and Hristina Ivanoska at 56th Venice Biennale

The work entitled We are all in this alone by Yane Calovski and Hristina Ivanoska will be presented at the 56th Venice Biennale – Pavilion of the Republic of Macedonia.

We are all in this alone is a multilayered installation incorporating minimalist translation of the fresco of the XII century church St. Gjorgi in the village of Kurbinovo (Macedonia) and the writings by Simone Weil, Luce Irigaray, and Paul Thek. As a whole, the work communicates the idea of faith as an emotional and an intellectual condition, and a contemporary socio-political anomaly, in the same time.

Curated by Basak Senova

56th Venice Biennale
May 9 – November 22, 2015

Preview: 6–8 May
Opening: 7 May, 3:30 pm, Arsenale – Sale d’Armi

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photo: Sara Sagui


An installation of 110 burlap sculptures by Magdalena Abakanowicz can be seen in Venice until August 2, 2015. Over the years, the artist has concerned herself largely with the subject of the crowd, the human body and as she states, the "desire to determine how little is needed to express the whole". The exhibition Crowd and Individual, is staged by Beck & Eggeling and curated by Luca Massimo Barbero.

Exhibition: April 12 – August 2, 2015


Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore


Szymon Kobylarz will participate in the group show Dispossession, curated by Michał Bieniek and Małgorzata Miśniakiewicz, at Palazzo Donà Brusa, celebrating Wrocław 2016 as the European Capital of Culture.

Exhibition: May 8 – November 22, 2015

Opening: May 7, 2015 at 7pm (by invitation only)

Signum Foundation – Palazzo Donà,
Campo de San Paolo 2177
30125 Venice


Caterina Tognon will open her new space in Venice, showing Katarzyna Kozyra's Looking for Jesus and Mieke Groot's Works from Dakar.

Exhibition: May 7 – November 22, 2015

Ca Nova di Palazzo Treves, Corte Barozzi - San Marco 2158
30124 Venice


The group show Berlin Artist's Statements at BWA Contemporary Art Gallery in Katowice presents works by Natalia Stachon and many other artists.

The exhibition focuses on artist's that are based in Berlin and aims to testify to the stylistic freedom that is so characteristic for the city. Every one of the artists who are native to countries all over the world represents their current city in their very own way, resulting in the diversity of topics presented by the works shown at this exhibition. 

Curated by Christoph Tannert

Exhibition: April 24 – Jun 7, 2015

Opening: April 24, 6.30 pm

Galeria BWA Contemporary Art Gallery
6th Korfantego Alley
40-004 Katowice

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The works by Michał Jankowski, Marlena Kudlicka and Agnieszka Polska will be presented among others at the group show entitled Vom Grossen und Ganzen at Gerisch-Stiftung in Neumünster.

Many works of the large private collection Haus N, consisting of high-class contemporary art, will be shown for the first time in this exhibition. Divided into two parts, the show will give an insight into the personal decisions of the collectors concerning the selection for Haus N.

Opening: April 25, 2015, 3 pm
Part I: April 25 – July 26, 2015
Part II:
August 8 – October 4, 2015


Brachenfelder Straße 69
24536 Neumünster

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For Art Brussels 2015, we are proud to present two artists of the younger generation: Marlena Kudlicka and Paweł Książek.

ART BRUSSELS 2015 (Brussels, Belgium): April 25 - 27, 2015

Booth: 3C-02D

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GALLERY WEEKEND BERLIN 2015 | Magdalena Abakanowicz

For this year’s Gallery Weekend Berlin 2015 ŻAK | BRANICKA is proud to present, for the first time in this magnitude in Berlin, a solo presentation by Magdalena Abakanowicz (b. 1930) at St. Elisabeth Church. The centrepiece of the exhibition is a monumental installation titled Bambini, consistent of 83 life-sized sculptures, that was shown in venues such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (1999), the Jardins du Palais Royal in Paris (1999), or the Reina Sofia in Madrid (2008). The show will also include the works Backs, Bella I and Bella II.


For this year’s Gallery Weekend Berlin 2015 ŻAK | BRANICKA is pleased to announce The Body of Words, a solo-exhibition by Agnieszka Polska: an emerging artist from the younger generation, who is rapidly growing in the contemporary art scene.

The exhibition The Body of Words, consisting of three new film installations by the artist, employs itself with the influence language has on human perception and the limits it sets. In her films and collages of recent years, Polska has often addressed the issues of responsibility and social influence of the artist and furthermore she was examining various stances of the processes of legitimization or exclusion: in the field of art history, history, language and consciousness.

Exhibition: May 1 - June 20, 2015

Opening: May 1, 2015, 6 to 9 pm - the artist will be present.


The group show Second Autumn at Art Stations Foundation in Poznań presents works by Hubert Czerepok and nine other artists.

The central idea of the show is to exhibit various artistic views on natural environment and landscape. Hubert Czerepok, Paul Chaney, Siri Hermansen, Tim Knowles and Oscar Tuazon were born in the 1970's and therefore present contemporary ideas on the topic. The works by Imre Bak, Karel Malich, Roman Signer and Rudolf Sikora, however, were created in the 1960s and 1970s, when terms such as "environmental ethics" and "deep ecology" arose.

Curated by Agnieszka Pindera

Exhibition: March 13 – May 31, 2015

Opening: March 12, 7 pm

Art Stations Foundation
Półwiejska 42 
61-888 Poznań

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Natalia Stachon's works are part of the group show History is a Warm Gun at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein n.b.k

The exhibition presents artworks by fellows of the Fine Arts Scholarship of the Berlin Senate, that reflect on history, life as such and experiences of reality. Borrowed from the Beatles song Happiness is a Warm Gun, the title refers to a generation of young artists, who adress themselves to the contemplation of past and present by addressing historical and personal events.

Curated by Britta Schmitz

Exhibition: February 28 - April 26, 2015

Opening: February 27, 7 pm

Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
Chausseestrasse 128/129
10115 Berlin

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Photo caption: Natalia Stachon, The History of Aberrations 01/05, (2014), Kerstin Honeit, Talking Business (2015), Assaf Gruber, The Anonymity of the Night (2014), Exhibition View Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, 2015
© Neuer Berliner Kunstverein / Jens Ziehe 


We are proud to present our participation at ARCOmadrid 2015 with works of two Berlin based artists who belong to two different generations of conceptual art: Natalia Stachon born in 1977 and Ryszard Wasko born in 1947.
The exhibited works are rooted in “cut-up” technique developed by William S. Burroughs’s in the 50s. Various textual sources are cut up (or folded) into small fragments and then newly arranged or interlaced. Natalia Stachon and Ryszard Wasko applied this technique from literature, each of them in a different way, into visual art.

ARCO 2015
(Madrid, Spain): February 25 - March 1

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Marlena Kudlicka – Lecture in Berlin

Marlena Kudlicka will give a presentation at TU Berlin entitled Lecture as a contour of A. The beginning of shape.

Date: 12 January 2015, 12 pm

Institute für Architektur TU Berlin, Room A151
Straße des 17. Juni 152
10623 Berlin

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Natalia Stachon in Ingolstadt

The works by Natalia Stachon will be presented among others at the exhibition entitled Einknicken oder Kante zeigen? Die Kunst der Faltung at the Museum für Konkrete Kunst in Ingolstadt.

The exhibition Einknicken oder Kante zeigen? Die Kunst der Faltung is primarily focused on contemporary positions concerning art works and the different styles of folding; asking the basic questions of concrete-constructive art.

Opening: November 8, 2014, 7 pm
Exhibition: November 9, 2014 – February 22, 2015

Museum für Konkrete Kunst
Tränktorstr. 6-8
85049 Ingolstadt

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Szymon Kobylarz in Wrocław

The works by Szymon Kobylarz will be presented among others at the exhibition entitled The Germans Did Not Come at Wrocław Contemporary Museum in Wrocław.

Due to its complex past, Wrocław is a palimpsest of overlapping narratives and concealed facts. The title of the exhibition makes a perverse reference to a widespread fear that accompanied the inhabitants of Wrocław (even many years after the war) that the Germans would return, which would lead to a loss of property, living space and consequently – another resettlement.

The exhibition will focus on issues such as emptiness, erasing, memory, presence/absence; it will invite the viewer to look at the city from a different perspective. Apart from suggesting new tropes, it will prompt the visitors to look for and interpret traces of the past, most of which we pass by without noticing them.

Curated by Michał Bieniek

Opening: December 19, 2014, 6 pm
December 19, 2014 – February 28, 2015

pl. Strzegomski 2a
53-681 Wrocław

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For the first time Forced Entertainment create a piece for children, entitled The Possible Impossible House, and in collaboration with visual artist Vlatka Horvat whose projected images help animate the story. Springing from the blank page of an algebra book a doodled girl sets out on a night-time adventure through labyrinthine corridors, a deserted ballroom and a cupboard under the stairs. As the night goes on she encounters many of the house’s inhabitants – from a talking mouse to a friendly philosophical spider, a not-so-very-frightening ghost and an army of dancing soldiers – all of whom help, and sometimes hinder, her journey through a most unusual house.

December 17–28, 2014 
Press performances: Thursday, 18 December, 11 am and 5 pm 

The Pit, Barbican Centre
Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS


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Progress and Hygiene in Warsaw

The works by Zofia Kulik, Agnieszka Polska and Joanna Rajkowska will be presented, besides many more artists, at Progress and Hygiene at Zachęta-National Gallery of Art in Warsaw.

The exhibition presented in Zachęta Progress and Hygiene is devoted to the pitfalls of modernization in the context of the idealistic faith in progress and the possibilities of "betterment" common to both art and science at the beginning of the 20th century. It was conceived as an essay which critically analyses such phenomena as genetic engineering, eugenics or research into the purity of races, also drawing attention to their continued impact on today’s world.

Curated by Anda Rottenberg

Opening: November 28, 7 pm

Exhibition: November 29, 2014 – February 15, 2015

Zachęta-National Gallery of Art
pl. Małachowskiego 3
00-916 Warsaw

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Collection SØR Rusche Berlin/Oelde in Stade

The art works by Michał Jankowski, Paweł Książek and Zofia Kulik will be presented, besides many more artists, at the exhibition Bittersüße Zeiten. Barock und Gegenwart in der Sammlung SØR Rusche Berlin/Oelde in the Kunsthaus Stade in Stade.

Extraordinary artworks have been gathered to create a dialogue between two artistic epochs; baroque and contemporary. No matter the enormous difference in age of about 400 years, the works complement each other well. On the one hand the show demos the fundamental differences between the art and the view on life within both epochs and the other hand presents similarities in form and choice of motif that seem to be a historical constant of art.

Curated by
Tom Berge and Dr Andrea Fromm

Exhibition: September 27, 2014 – January 4, 2015

Kunsthaus Stade
Wasser West 7
21682 Stade

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We are pleased to announce our participation at Artissima 2014 with works of two Polish artists Agnieszka Polska and Szymon Kobylarz.

Artissima 2014 (Torino, Italy): November 7–9, 2014
Project co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland.

FRAGILE SENSE OF HOPE - Art Collection Telekom

For the first time Deutsche Telekom presents parts of its art collection Art Collection Telekom with the exhibit Fragile Sense of Hope at me Collectors Room/Olbricht Foundation in Berlin.

Fragile Sense of Hope conveys the aesthetic and intellectual journey of building a young collection with a focus on contemporary art from Eastern and Southeastern Europe. With insights into the narrative power of this largely unknown art scene, the exhibit offers the unexpected discovery of a high artistic standard that is often defined by other art historical developments in Eastern Europe.

On display will be works by Mihuț Boșcu Kafchin, Danica Dakić, Stanisław Dróżdż, Petra Feriancová, Igor Grubić,Aneta Grzeszykowska, Nilbar Güreş, Petrit Halilaj, Vladimír Houdek, Šejla Kamerić, Ali Kazma, Genti Korini, Eva Kotátková, Zofia Kulik, Şükran Moral, Ciprian Mureșan, Vlad Nancă, Paul Neagu, Paulina Ołowska, Roman Ondák, Dan Perjovschi, Agnieszka Polska, Nedko Solakov, Mladen Stilinović and Nil Yalter.

The exhibit is curated by Nathalie Hoyos and Rainald Schumacher, and organized in conjunction with the me Collectors Room/Olbricht Foundation.

Artist talk and film screening with Agnieszka Polska
Saturday, 25 October 2014, 4 pm
Admission: free


Agnieszka Polska’s works are presented as a solo exhibition, I Am the Mouth, at Nottingham Contemporary. The artist will be showing two new videos and many old ones. This extensive presentation is her debut in the UK.

On Tuesday, October 21 the artist and the curator Sebastian Cichocki will give a live performance and stands for Q&A.

Curated by Sebastian Cichocki

Exhibition: October 18, 2014 – January 4, 2015


Nottingham Contemporary

Weekday Cross

NG1 2GB, Nottingham


The exhibition is organised in partnership with

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Michał Jankowski in Edinburgh

Michał Jankowski's work is part of the group exhibition Reborn babies. The exhibition showcasing works of six Polish artists will be one of the events accompanying this year’s edition of the Play Poland Film Festival.

Marcelo Zamenhoff, Seweryn Swacha, Anka Leśniak, Michał Jankowski, Arti Grabowski and Diana Ronnberg are young and resolute individuals with fresh approach to visual arts and new media art. They express themselves using both traditional forms such as paintings as well photography, video and performance. Modern means of expression accurately reflect contemporary fears associated with human entrapped in new culture models. Without attempts to capture their real life examples, multiculturalism, culture diversity, cross border, self-oriented, creolisation and other phenomena that have been studied for many decades would only remain theoretical concepts. This exactly what drives the group of young Polish artists in their Reborn babies project. They relate to the issue of equality in all possible ways including racial, linguistic or religious belief.

Until October 16, 2014

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Joanna Rajkowska in Munich

Joanna Rajkowska's work is part of the exhibition Regenerate Art at Kunstverein Munich.

For the exhibition Regenerate Art, variant public art proposals, satirical reflections and unmade commissions are brought together to address different notions of regeneration within ongoing discussions over the role of art in the public realm. By confronting the structures that shape our built-up environment, the artworks considers unrealisation as means of artistic production, intent or negotiation.

Curated by Saim Demircan

Exhibition: October 10 – November 30, 2014

Kunstverein München e.V.
Galeriestraße 4
80539 Munich

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International Gallery Prize VIENNAFAIR 2014

Gallery ŻAK | BRANICKA is proud to share with you the recognition with the International Gallery Prize VIENNAFAIR 2014.

The unanimous decision was justified in the jury statement as follows: "The International Gallery Prize goes to Monika Branicka and Asia Żak Persons, ŻAK | BRANICKA, for the courageous presentation of the Polish artists Natalia Stachon and Szymon Kobylarz, which stands out in its radicality and opens new perspectives for art fair presentations."

The formal handover of the award took place on Thursday, October 2 at the Chamber of Commerce in Vienna.

Yane Calovski and Hristina Ivanoska in Baden-Baden

The exhibition Chapel (we are all in this alone), presenting works by two Macedonian artists Hristina Ivanoska and Yane Calovski, communicates the idea of belief as contemporary socio-political anomaly.

For the exhibition space 45cbm of the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden the two artists developed a new collaborative work–a wall drawing that restages the architecture of "St. Gjorgji", a 12th century church in the village of Kurbinovo, Macedonia, executed in proportion 1:10. The installation also incorporates individual text-based drawings and objects. The works reflect the confrontation with ones political, social and spiritual self and are inspired by the writings of Simone Weil, Luce Irigaray and Paul Thek.

Opening: Friday, September 5, 7 pm

Welcoming speech by Johan Holten, Introduction by Ksenija Čočkova

September 6 – October 17, 2014

The exhibition is part of the project A Balcony to Balkans.

abc art berlin contemporary 2014

We cordially invite you to visit our booth 12 in hall B at abc–art berlin contemporary. At this year’s abc–art berlin contemporary (18–21 September 2014) we will present works of London-based artist Vlatka Horvat, a joint presentation with gallery annex14.

Opening: September 18, 2014, 4–9 pm

Daily opening hours
Friday, 19 September 2014, 12 to 7 pm
Saturday, 20 September 2014, 12 to 7 pm
Sunday, 21 September 2014, 12 to 6 pm


Luckenwalder Str. 4-6

D-10963 Berlin

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Dominik Lejman at Moma

Dominik Lejman's work ist part of the group exhibition at the Rockaway! by MoMA PS1 and Rockaway Artists Alliance. Rockaway!, a free public arts festival sponsored by the Jamaica Bay-Rockaway Parks Conservancy (JBRPC) to celebrate the reopening of Fort Tilden and celebrate the efforts of the Rockaway community of surfers and artists in rebuilding their neighbourhood after Hurricane Sandy.The group exhibition is located in the Beach Club which was one of the largest relief centers on the peninsula.
Exhibition: June 29 - September 1, 2014
Rockaway Beach Surf Club on Beach
87th Street
Rockaway Beach, US
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SURVIVAL 12th Art Review in Wrocław

Dominik Lejman, Szymon Kobylarz and Joanna Rajkowska will be presenting their works at the SURVIVAL 12th Art Review. The main idea of the SURVIVAL 12th Art Review is to take artists out of their galleries into unfamiliar settings. This year the event will take place in the former building of the Faculty of Pharmacy of Wrocław Medical University. The motto City -Inflammatory State encourages the artists and curators to look into the topics of illness and healing in direct relationship with the human body as well as referring to the city becoming ill.

Curated by Michał Bieniek and Anna Kołodziejczyk

Opening: June 27, 2014, 7 pm

Art Review: June 27 – 1 July, 2014

Faculty of Pharmacy of Wrocław Medical University in ul. Grodzka

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Marlena Kudlicka in Lodz

Marlena Kudlicka developed the concept of the exhibition’s spatial arrangement for Changing the Field of View. Modern Printing and Avant-garde at Museum of Modern Art in Łódź.

Kudlicka refers in a divided dot to the concept of Point in order to accurately define the geometry of space, its divisions into units and components. The spatial arrangement of this exhibition is a continuation of her previous project entitled Protocol of errors on.e, where the Point functions as an error dividing the word.

The exhibition will present prints designed by such artists as Hans Arp, Herbert Bayer, Henryk Berlewi, Janusz Maria Brzeski, Cassandre, Tytus Czyżewski, Robert Delaunay, Sonia Delaunay, Fortunato Depero, Theo Van Doesburg, John Heartfield, Karol Hiller, Fernand Léger, El Lissitzky, FilippoTommaso. Marinetti,  László Moholy-Nagy, Piet Mondrian, Bruno Munari, Otto Neurath, Kazimierz Podsadecki, Enrico Prampolini, XantiSchawinsky, Joost Schmidt, Kurt Schwitters, Henryk Stażewski, Władysław Strzemiński, Ladislav Sutnar, Samuel Szczekacz, Mieczysław Szczuka, Karel Teige, Jan Tschichold, Teresa Żarnower and many others.

Curated by
Paulina Kurc-Maj
Coordinator: Monika Wesołowska

Opening: June 13, 2014, 6 pm

Exhibition: June 14 — October 12, 2014

Museum of Modern Art in Łódź ms2
Ogrodowa 19
91–065 Łódź


In his first book, Dominik Lejman pays particular attention to architecture and spaces as well as to the question of how they influence or even determine people’s patterns of movement. The structures that the Polish artist uncovers in the process and presents in his installations are extremely fragile, often last only for several moments, cause the limits of space to blur, and in part directly involve the viewer. 

Painting with Timecode
 includes texts written by Doris von Drathen, Timothy Persons and Anda Rottenberg, who provide a thorough overview and analyses of Lejman's unique artistic style.

The book will be published in English by Hatje Cantz and will be available to purchase in June 2014. The artist will also present a new website in addition to the book.  

With the kind support of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute in Warsaw. 


ŻAK | BRANICKA is delighted to announce their participation in LOOP Barcelona 2014, where works by Dominik Lejman shall be presented. LOOP, founded in 2003, is the first art fair which is exclusively devoted to moving image and aims to provide the space, attitude and attention required by video art.   

LOOP 2014 will take place from June 5 - 7, 2014.



Hotel Catalonia Ramblas

c. Pelai 28, 08001 Barcelona 

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Stanisław Dróżdż in Wroclaw

Stanisław Dróżdż archive works will be shown in a solo presentation entitled Ideas at Contemporary Museum in Wroclaw.

The sketches shown in MWW look nothing like Stanisław Dróżdż’s works as we know them. For this reason one of the first associations that springs to mind while looking at them is the connection between the artist’s notation and the finished works.
 When confronted with the dynamism of handwriting in the sketches, the systematised and schematic compositions of the concept-shapes may seem like static structures following rules imposed by order.

Dorota Monkiewicz

Curated by Dorota Monkiewicz

Exhibition: May 23 - August 25, 2014

pl. Strzegomski 2a
53-681 Wrocław

MWW, pl. Strzegomski 2a, 53-681 Wrocław, Poland
MWW, pl. Strzegomski 2a, 53-681 Wrocław, Poland
Dorota Monkiewi


Hubert Czerepok's, Szymon Kobylarz's, Agnieszka Polska's and Ryszard Wasko's works are part of the exhibition Crime in Art at the Museum of Contemporary Art MOCAK in Krakow. This is the fourth exhibition to date in MOCAK's series which combines art with the most significant civilisational themes such as history, sport, science and religion.
Curated by Delfina Jałowik, Monika Kozioł, Maria Anna Potocka
Coordinator: Agnieszka Chyrowicz

Opening: May 15, 2014, 6 pm 

May 16 - September 28, 2014

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ŻAK | BRANICKA - Gallery Weekend Berlin 2014

For this year’s Gallery Weekend Berlin 2014 ŻAK | BRANICKA is delighted to present an exhibition by Zofia Kulik, entitled Instead of Sculpture – Sequences 1968-71.

This exhibition is a double "return" for the artist: a return to her solo work after several years spent working on the archive and publishing a monumental monograph dedicated to the artistic duo KwieKulik1, and also a return to her graduation work created in 1970/71 at the Sculpture Department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. This project has not seen the light of day for over four and a half decades, and was never finally edited. Selected fragments from this work will be presented for the first time as a photo sequences at ŻAK | BRANICKA. 

Opening: May 2, 2014, 6 - 9 pm   

Opening times during Gallery Weekend:
May 2 - 4, 2014, 11 am - 7 pm

Hubert Czerepok and Agnieszka Polska in Sydney

Hubert Czerepok's neon work Madness is Like Gravity and Agnieszka Polska's video works The Forgetting of Proper Names, How the Work is Done, and Hair will be presented at the 19th Biennale of Sydney: You Imagine What You Desire.

Furthermore, working with local school groups, for the 19th Biennale of Sydney, Hubert Czerepok will encourage the children of Sydney to take part in a peaceful protest; marching through Martin Place in support of freedom and frivolity.

You Imagine What You Desire is an evocation celebrating the artistic imagination as a spirited describing and exploration of the world through metaphor and poesis. It makes enquiries into contemporary aesthetic experience, and relates this to historical precedents and future opportunities to imagine possible worlds. It seeks to understand the need artists have today to create immersive and expanded environments, and locates this activity as part of an art historical trajectory, and as a pursuit into the issues of human consciousness, and their psychological, cognitive and corporeal imperatives.

Curated by Juliana Engberg

Opening: March 18 – 20, 2014

Exhibition: March 21 - June 9, 2014


The Biennale of Sydney is an eagerly anticipated event and the 19th edition will take place in a number of venues located throughout the city.

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Szymon Kobylarz's works will be shown in a solo show entitled Diamat at the BWA Sokół Gallery in Nowy Sącz.

The Diamat exhibition is a search for consequences. In searching for patterns, as derived from para-science, Kobylarz plays around with samples, prototypes and matrixes. He takes it upon himself to work with previously tested formulas and already confirmed theories.

Curated by Łukasz Białkowski

Opening: April 04, 2014, 6 pm

Exhibition: April 05 - May 11, 2014

ul. Długosza
33-300 Nowy Sącz

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Agnieszka Polska's video work My Favourite Things will be shown at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Novi Sad as a part of the lecture and video screening programme Beauty Lies Inside Desire.

Curated by Stefanie Böttcher

Screening: April 4, 2014, 5:30 pm

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Agnieszka Polskas video How the Work is Done will be shown at the Hordaland Kunstsenter as a part of the group exhibition The Structure and Properties of Matter. The exhibition questions what methods we make use of to comprehend history and puts its emphasis on images and materials, rather than on historical documents, as academic history research does.

How the Work is Done by Polska is a visual re-narration of an incident at the Art Academy in Kraków in 1956. The chronology of events is not presented with a rigid relation between the images’ time and space. The film rather opens up for the presence and magical contribution of materials.

Further participating artists: Dominique Hurth, Jonas Ib F. H. Jensen, Ferdinand Krag, Learning Film Group (Ilya Budraitskis, Nikolay Oleynikov, Yevgeny Fiks, David Riff), Signe Lidén

Curated by Frans Jacobi and Åse Løvgren

Opening: March 28, 2014, 7-9 pm

Exhibition: March 28 - June 01 2014

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The OR Gallery Berlin shows works from Marlena Kudlicka's series Protocol of errors on.e. This series was made for ŻAK|BRANICKA's booth at ARCO Madrid Art Fair 2014. Protocol of errors on.e is a project about errors, which occur in language, statistics and logic. Kudlicka is interested in the term and the function that the protocol itself carries, as well as its references as a code of proper conduct. The collected register, which evokes a notion of error, is the starting point for a project that contains sculptures, collages, and drawings. The artist wonders where errors originate. She is interested in the technological mechanisms (machines) and mental mechanisms behind language errors.

Curated by Jonathan Middleton

Opening: March 28, 2014, 7 pm

Exhibition: March 29 - May 17, 2014

Oranienstraße 37
10999 Berlin

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Michał Jankowski's works will be shown in a solo show entitled Tłuszcz (Fat) at the gallery of the Museum Ziemi Lubuskiej in Zielona Góra.

The artist's main intention in Tłuszcz is to provide pornography with a new meaning. In his works, Jankowski turns reality into something completely abstract and, in doing so, strives to turn his subject matter into something more interesting. Jankowski considers pornography to be uninteresting precisely because it reveals too much. Jankowski reconstructs the pornographic images he uses so that they become less literal, less obvious and, subsequently, more attractive. 

Curated by Leszek Kania

Opening: February 28, 2014, 5 pm

Exhibition: February 28 - April 21, 2014

Muzeum Ziemi Lubuskiej
al. Niepodległosci 15
65-048 Zielona Góra

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Szymon Kobylarz's work is part of the exhibition Slapstick! at LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz. 
The exhibition examines the development and characteristics of slapstick from early silent films until contemporary art. Works of contemporary artists are presented in combination with selected key sequences from famous silent movie classics by Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd or Laurel & Hardy. 
The works centre around failure, in very different and individual ways, with humour and also with dignity. The celebration of failure is imbued with a special charm against the background of today's society of perfectionism and high achievement.  
Exhibition: February 28, 2014 - May 25, 2014
LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz
Ernst-Koref-Promenade 1
4020 Linz 
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Stanisław Dróżdż and Marlena Kudlicka at ARCO

Marlena Kudlicka, Protocol of errors on.e (02), 2014, collage, 42 x 30 cm

Protocol of errors on.e
project constitutes a protocol structure, collecting and categorising the different meanings of error found in language, statistics, and logic. Marlena Kudlicka is interested in the term and the function that the protocol itself carries, as well as its references as a code of proper conduct. The collected register, which evokes a notion of error, is the starting point for a project that contains sculptures, collages, and drawings. The artist wonders where errors originate. She is interested in the technological mechanisms (machines) and mental mechanisms behind language errors. The artist includes printing machines in these technological mechanisms - old linotypes, in which printing errors often occurred. Another source of inspiration for Kudlicka is the Constructivist prints of such artists as Władysław Strzemiński, Henryk Berlewi, Jan Tschichold, and El Lissitzky.

Protocol of errors on.e series was specially made for the Arco Fair in Madrid, where Kudlicka’s work was shown alongside one of the classics of Polish concrete poetry, Stanisław Dróżdż. Kudlicka’ssculptures entered a dialogue with Dróżdż’s Forgetting of 1967.

What links them is, above all, an analysis of language. The meeting of these two artists: the late Dróżdż, whose most important pieces were created in the 1960s and 1970s, and the young sculptress, who draws from the avant-garde of the 20th century, was a meeting of opposites: Dróżdż sought precision and faultless solutions, while Kudlicka is inspired by errors. We might also say that Kudlicka’s work literally begins where Dróżdż’s leaves off—at the period. The period is the main component of Kudlicka’s sculptures. The period appears as a glass circle that we might associate, for instance, with a magnifying glass for finding errors (there is such a popular function in mobile phones, for instance). The period is also a key symbol in the on.e collage series, which came about through an accidental error in writing the word “one”. Here the period is an error, a place where a short circuit transpires, stopping or interrupting a process.

Agnieszka Polska in Mulhouse

Agnieszka Polska’s works are included in the exhibition The Night of the Great Season at La Kunsthalle Mulhouse, which focuses on Polish neo-surrealism, tracing the historical influence of art, theatre and literature in this little known artistic movement.

The exhibition aims to question a tendency observed in the early 2000s among a generation of young Polish artists influenced by surrealist techniques from the 20th Century, while simultaneously placing themselves in opposition to previous generations of Polish artists, such as those of critical art and realism from the 1990s.

Further participating artists:
Bruno Schulz, Tadeusz Kantor, Erna Rosenstein, Alina Szapocznikow, Jakub Julian Ziółkowski and Tomasz Kowalski.

Curated by Martha Kirszenbaum

Opening: Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at 6.30 pm
Exhibition: February 19 – May 11, 2014


Centre of Contemporary Art
16 rue de la Fonderie
68093 Mullhouse Cedex

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Agnieszka Polska and Joanna Rajkowska in Warsaw

Agnieszka Polska and Joanna Rajkowska's works are part of the exhibition As You Can See: Polish Art Today at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, PL.

As You Can See: Polish Art Today is the first comprehensive presentation of cutting-edge Polish art in over a decade, structured around the most interesting works, approaches and topics present in contemporary art in recent years.

Exhibition: February 14 – June 1, 2014

Museum of Modern Art
Pańska 3
00-124 Warsaw

Opening hours:
Monday - Friday, 9 am to 5 pm

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Agnieszka Polska in Berlin

Agnieszka Polska's video Plunderers Dream is part of the group show Episode 5: in the beginning at insitu in Berlin.

The exhibition focuses on different ways of how a narrative can be constructed as well as on how factors like expectations and curiosity influence our inner need to imagine a possible story.

Further participating artists: Alexandra Baumgartner / Robert Devriendt / Sophie Jung / Mahony / Kevin Schmidt

Opening: February 6, 2014 from 7 to 10 pm

Exhibition: February 6 - March 15, 2014

Opening hours:
Wednesday - Friday, 4 to 7 pm
Saturday, 2 to 6 pm

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Katarzyna Kozyra in New Delhi

Katarzyna Kozyra's work Olympia (1996) is included in an exhibition of the programm INSERT 2014 in New Delhi, IN.

INSERT2014 brings the sharp edge of global contemporary art to Delhi with an exhibition that focuses on the role of the artist as a generator of ideas, questions and concepts.

January 31 - February 28, 2014

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Zofia Kulik and VALIE EXPORT in Vienna

Zofia Kulik and VALIE EXPORT contribute their work to the exhibition Franz Graf. See what sees you at 21er Haus in Vienna.

Opening: Tuesday 28 January, 2014 at 7 pm

Exhibition: January 29 until May 25, 2014

21er Haus | Schweizergarten
Arsenalstraße 1
1030 Vienna

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Hubert Czerepok in Danzig

Hubert Czerepok's work is part of the group show Po prawdże to piękny sztatek beł | War aijentlich ain scheenes Schiff at the Günter Grass Gallery in Danzig.

Opening: January 24, 2014 at 7:30 pm

Exhibition: January 25 - March 31, 2014

Further participating artists: Magnus Petersson (SE), Jonas Dahm (SE), Jörg Herold (DE), Günter Grass (DE), Evgieni Umanski (RU), Anna Steller (PL), Olo Walicki (PL).

Günter Grass Gallery
ul. Szeroka 34/35, 36, 37
Grobla I 1/2, Gdansk

Opening hours:
Tue - Wed 11 am to 5 pm
Thu – Sun 11 am to 7 pm

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Grazyna Kulczyk Collection in Madrid

The exhibition Everybody is Nobody for Somebody at the art gallery of the Santander Foundation in Madrid, is the most extensive presentation of the Grażyna Kulczyk Collection ever held abroad. The exhibition showcases over one hundred works by 57 Polish and international artists, including Hubert Czerepok, Stanisław Dróżdż, VALIE EXPORT, Katarzyna Kozyra, Zofia Kulik and Agnieszka Polska.
It is an opportunity to present outstanding works by the prominent Polish artists contrasted, often for the very first time, with works by their renowned international counterparts.

Curated by Timothy Persons

Exhibition: February 15 - June 15, 2014

Santander Art Gallery
Financial City
Boadilla del Monte

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Dominik Lejman in Berlin

Dominik Lejman's work is part of the group show LOVE AIDS RIOT SEX 2 | Art AIDS Activism 1995 until today at nGbK - neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst in Berlin, taking place January 18 - March 9, 2014.

Further participating artists: Ei Arakawa, Bewegung NURR, Ryan Brewer, AA Bronson, Elmgreen & Dragset, Steven Evans, General Idea, Sunil Gupta, Leiko Ikemura, Doug Ischar, Peter Knoch, Ono Ludwig, Piotr Nathan, SUSI POP, Irina Popova, Hunter Reynolds, Anna Charlotte Schmid, Pola Sieverding, Wolfgang Tillmans, Sergei Tcherepnin, Lorena Zilleruelo

Opening: January 17, 2014 7:00 pm

Oranienstraße 25
10999 Berlin

Sunday - Wednesday: 12 am - 7 pm
Thursday - Saturday: 12 am -8 pm

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Closing Event: Natalia Stachon | The Problem of the Calm

.save the date - You are cordially invited to the closing event of Natalia Stachon's exhibition The Problem of the Calm on Friday, January 10, 2014 from 6 to 9 pm.

It is the last chance to see the show - we look forward to welcoming you on Friday.

Joanna Rajkowska in Brasília

The project All-Seeing Eye by Joanna Rajkowska was conceived especially for the Museu Nacional Conjunto Cultural da República in Brasilia. It is an ephemeral intervention on the protected UNESCO building, which was designed and built in the frame of the general plan of the Brazilian capital.

The project stems from the personal experience of the artist, whose daughter was born with eye cancer. The sequence of images used in the projection shows the breakdown of the tumour inside the eyeball. Rajkowska reveals what is invisible, diseased, rejected, but shows also the difficult process of fighting the disease. Her work is a reflection on recognizing the world in conditions of limited sight, as well as on the biological and political function of seeing.


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Vlatka Horvat in Portland

Vlatka Horvat will create an ambitious new installation for the upcoming exhibition at Disjecta, Contemporary Art Center of Portland in Portland, USA, not only occupying the entire main gallery with small and large interventions, but also choreographing visitor's movements in unexpected ways.
The installations will be shown in a dialogue with her new works on paper.

Exhibition: December 7, 2013 - January 12, 2014

Opening Hours:
Fri / Sat / Sun
Noon – 5pm or by appointment

8371 N Interstate Avenue
Portland, OR 97217

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WHERE THE BEAST IS BURIED is the first English-language book about Joanna Rajkowska and her unique practice of work in public space, in extremely diverse cultures and geographies. A collection of stories, essays, interviews and images covers her best-known projects. The most intimate insight into them offer her own stories, which form a dramatic enquiry into both the personal and the conceptual roots of her work.

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Kindly supported by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute in Warsaw, Polish Cultural Institute in London and Polish Institute in Berlin.

Yane Calovski in Belgrade

Yane Calovski's work is part of the film and video screening project entitled BALKAN(S) NOW.

The presentation at Remont independent artistic association in Belgrade is the last part of the project implemented from October to December 2013.

Vivid and interconnected scenes show a generation of artists and cultural workers, political artistic and cultural practices whose backdrop is not the (post)war situation anymore, but those current social challenges that can be found all across Europe.

The project is developed in cooperation with Open Systems (Vienna), Mestna galerija (Ljubljana) and Remont (Belgrade).

Date: December 11, 2013, 6-7:30 pm
Further artists: Nemanja Cvijanović, Ibro Hasanović, Astrit Ismaili, Alban Muja, Vladan Jeremić and Rena Rädle, Milica Tomić.

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Agnieszka Polska's video How the Work is Done and Hubert Czerepok's Lux Aeterna are part of All About These... Ladies and Gentlemen, a video screening in Milan, Italy curated by Fani Zguro and presented by Viafarini in collaboration with Gallery On The Move.

The screening will take place from December 10 until December 14, 2013.

Fabbrica del Vapore,
via Procaccini 4
20154 Milan (Italy)

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We cordially invite you to visit ŻAK | BRANICKA (Light blue | Booth 4) at ARTISSIMA International Fair Of Contemporary Art in Torino. At this year's Artissima, we will present the works of Stanisław Dróżdż, Vlatka Horvat, Marlena Kudlicka,  Józef Robakowski, and Natalia Stachon.

Artissima will take place from November 8 – 10, 2013

Preview & Opening: November 7, 2013

Opening hours: noon – 8 pm

Oval - Lingotto Fiere
Via Nizza 230 / Via Nizza 294
10126 Torino

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Natalia Stachon in Freiburg

Natalia Stachon's works are part of the group show Spaces at Kunstraum Alexander Bürkle in Freiburg, taking place October 27, 2013 - March 2, 2014.

Further participating artists: Reto Boller, Lori Hersberger
, Hösl & Mihaljevic, Gisela Kleinlein, Camill Leberer, Axel Lieber, Patrick Rohner and Paul Schwer.

Opening: October 27, 2013 11:00 am

Robert-Bunsen-Str. 5
79108 Freiburg

Tuesday—Friday: 11 am-5 m
Sunday + Holiday: 11 am-5 pm

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Photo: exhibition view at SPACES, Kunstraum Alexander Bürkle, Freiburg, 2013 (c) Bernhard Strauss.

Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation at the Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw

The Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation would like to cordially invite you to the opening of the exhibition Women Commentators.

The exhibition is dedicated to the art of the young generation of female artists.

Artists: Rosella Biscotti, Melanie Bonajo, Gabriela Golder, Nicoline van Harskamp, Ana Husman, Nadia Kaabi-Linke, Jane Jin Kaisen, Magda M, Tamara Moyzes, Marina Naprushkina, Aleka Polis, Marta Prus

Opening: October 31, 2013 at 6 pm

Exhibition: October 31 - November 29, 2013

Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle
ul. Jazdow 2

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From October 24 to 27, 2013

We cordially invite you to visit us on Level 1, booth 1.H11 at FIAC 2013 in Paris.
Our presentation will contain works by Agnieszka Polska, Bill Bollinger, Robert Smithson and Lee Lozano.

Grand Palais
Avenue Winston Churchill,
75008 Paris

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Agnieszka Polska in Istanbul

At the 13. Istanbul Biennial Agnieszka Polska presents her partly animated feature film Hair [Włosy], 2012.

September 14 – October 20, 2013


At this year's VIENNAFAIR we will present works from Yane Calovski, Gorgona, Vlatka Horvat, Michał Jankowski, Szymon Kobylarz, Agnieszka Polska, Joanna Rajkowska, Natalia Stachon, and Witkacy (Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz).

Furthermore Hubert Czerepok's work will be part of the exhibition School of Happiness, organized as VIENNA Duet in cooperation with the Polish Institute Vienna.

VIENNAFAIR will take place from October 10 - 13, 2013.

Messe Wien
Hall A / Booth H10
Messeplatz 1
1020 Vienna

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Vlatka Horvat at Marta Herford

Vlatka Horvat's work is part oft the exhibition Disturbing the Piece. An expedition through the world of collages at MARTa Herford and Kunstmuseum Ahlen.

The Kunstmuseum Ahlen and the Museum MARTa Herford present a joint exhibition project on the contemporary significance of collage and the related forms of expression in art. Two museums, two cities, one connection: simultaneously, in two renowned exhibition houses in North Rhine-Westphalia, the technique of collage will be newly questioned in the form of a unique cooperative project – a cursory rather than a systematic journey through the history of collage from the beginnings around 1910 right up to contemporary revivals.

September 27, 2013 at 7:30 pm (MARTa Herford)
September 28, 2013 at 3:30 pm (Kunstmuseum Ahlen)

Exhibition: September 28, 2013 – January 26, 2014

MARTa Herford
Goebenstraße 2–10
32052 Herford

Kunstmuseum Ahlen
Museumsplatz 1 
59227 Ahlen

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Dominik Lejman in Lublin

The leitmotif for the solo exhibition Counterbalance presented at the Labirynt gallery is Dominik Lejman's mobile images oscillating between abstraction and figuration.

According to the artist, “(…) the role of a painter is not to take a stand, but to observe the reality. The whole critical aspect of this activity is created through the observation of the reality and not by deciding what is wrong and what is right.”

Counterbalance is the first exhibition from the series This is not a film.

Opening: September 19, 2013 | 7 pm

Exhibition: September 20 - October 30, 2013

Galeria Labirynt
ul. ks. J. Popiełuszki 5,
20-052 Lublin

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abc art berlin contemporary 2013

We cordially invite you to visit our booth B.33 at abc - art berlin contemporary. At this year's abc, we will present the most recent works of Natalia Stachon.

abc will take place from September 19 – 22, 2013

Preview: September 19, 2013, 12 - 4 pm
Opening: September 19, 2013, 4 - 9 pm


Station-Berlin, Luckenwalder Str. 4-6
D-10963 Berlin

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The presentation is a collaboration with Loock Galerie, Berlin.

Katarzyna Kozyra, Robert Kuśmirowski, Joanna Rajkowska and Artur Żmijewski in Wrocław

Katarzyna Kozyra, Robert Kuśmirowski, Joanna Rajkowska and Artur Żmijewski are aprticipating in the group show Dzień jest za krótki. Kilka opowieści autobiograficznych (The Day is not enough. A few autobiographical stories) in the Wrocław Contemporary Museum.

Curated by Magdalena Ujma

Duration: September 13th to October 21st, 2013

Pl. Strzegomski 2a
53681 Wrocław, PL

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pl. Strzegomski 2a, 53-681 Wrocław
pl. Strzegomski 2a, 53-681 Wrocław

Katarzyna Kozyra, Zofia Kulik, Joanna Rajkowska, Michał Jankowski and Agnieszka Polska in Warsaw

Katarzyna Kozyra's, Zofia Kulik's, Joanna Rajkowska's, Michał Jankowski's and Agnieszka Polska's works are part of the exhibition BRITISH BRITISH POLISH POLISH: Art from Europe's Edges in the Long '90s and Today at the Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw.

The departure point for BRITISH BRITISH POLISH POLISH is the extraordinary parallel flowering of contemporary art in Britain and Poland at the turn of the 1980s / 1990s, which is conventionally identified with two, much contested, 'groups': the Young British Artists, and the exponents of Polish Critical Art.

Curated by
Marek Goździewski and Tom Morton

Opening: September 6, 2013, 6 pm

Exhibition: September 6 – November 15, 2013

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Marlena Kudlicka the weight of 8 EXTENDED

Marlena Kudlicka's exhibition The weight of 8 is extended until September 14, 2013. Take this chance to see the exhibition! We would be delighted to welcome you at our gallery space on this occasion.

Agnieszka Polska in Warsaw

Agnieszka Polska's work is part of the exhibition VIEWS 2013 - THE DEUTSCHE BANK FOUNDATION AWARD, at Zachęta National Gallery of Art in Warsaw.

The award is aimed at young Polish artists, its goal is promote Polish contemporary art, both at home and abroad, and also to present and honour the most interesting artistic figures, works and creators, who have had a particular impact on the art scene in the course of the last two years.
The winner of the competition will be announced on October 24, 2013.

Further participating artists:

Tymek Borowski, Piotr Bosacki, Karolina Breguła, Łukasz Jastrubczak
Curated by Ewa Łączyńska-Widz and Jadwiga Sawicka

Opening: September 13, 2013, 7 pm

Exhibition: September 14 - November 17, 2013

Zachęta National Gallery of Art
pl. Małachowskiego 3
00-916 Warsaw

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Joanna Rajkowska’s work Forcing A Miracle, which premiered during FRIEZE LONDON 2012, is part of Contexts 2013 – the 3rd International Sokolovsko Festival of Ephemeral Art. The festival is devoted to sharing the idea of ephemeral art: performances, action-art, happenings, video screenings, social activities, installations and site-specific works. The theme of the third Contexts festival is ‘air’, both in a literal and metaphorical sense, with its various references and associations.

Curated by Małgorzata Sady

Opening: July 28, 2013, 5 pm

Duration: July 28 – August 1, 2013

Location: Joanna Rajkowska's site-specific work will be presented in front of the Brehmer Sanatorium, Sokolovsko

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Szymon Kobylarz in Wolfsburg

Szymon Kobylarz's work is part of the exhibition Slapstick! at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg.

The exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg examines the development and characteristics of slapstick from early silent films until contemporary art. Objects, installations, photographs and films by John Bock, Rodney Graham, Wilfredo Prieto, Timm Ulrichs, Fischli/Weiss, Bruce Nauman and Francis Alÿs are presented in combination with selected key sequences from famous silent movie classics by Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd or Laurel & Hardy.

Exhibition: July 20, 2013 - February 02, 2014


Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg
Hollerplatz 1
38440 Wolfsburg

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Hubert Czerepok's works will be shown in a solo show entitled Future is no longer as it used to be at the Gallery of the Polish Institute in Düsseldorf.

In his works the artist traces authentic stories that seems to be unbelievable, but may prove to be true. He examines rumours, legends and myths, events that could happen and stories some people believe in, some people reject. Documents and archival materials are brought together with creations and falsification.

The exhibition was prepared in cooperation with the Arsenał Gallery in Białystok.

Curated by Monika Szewczyk, co-curated by Monika Kumięga

Opening: August 30, 2013, 7 pm

Duration: August 31 – October 23, 2013

Gallery of Polish Institute
Citadellstr. 7
40213 Düsseldorf

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Zofia Kulik and Katarzyna Kozyra in Olsztyn

Katarzyna Kozyra's and Zofia Kulik's works are part of the exhibition Uwikłane w płeć (Subjects of Gender and Desire) at BWA art gallery in Olsztyn.

Curated by Adam Mazur

Cooperation: Anna Hekmat

Opening: July 4, 2013, 6 pm

Exhibition: July 5 – August 25, 2013

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Joanna Rajkowska will offer a guided tour through the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. The tour is titled In the Heart of the Country. The Collection of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw and will take place on July 20, 2013.

Tour: July 20, 2013. 

Museum of Modern Art
Emilii Plater 51, 01-001
Warsaw, PL.

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Paweł Olszczyński's works will be shown in a solo show entitled Mirror at Wozownia art gallery in Toruń.

Exhibition: July 19 - August 25, 2013

Rabiańska 20
87-100 Toruń

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Agnieszka Polska in Salzburg

Agnieszka Polska's works will be presented as a solo exhibiton at Salzburger Kunstverein.

Opening: July 17, 2013, 8 pm

Exhibition: July 18 – September 15, 2013

Salzburger Kunstverein
Hellbrunner Straße 3
5020 Salzburg

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Agnieszka Polska in Paris

Agnieszka Polska's work is part of the exhibition The Black Moon at Palais de Tokyo.

The Black Moon is a 'film-exhibition' that presents an encounter between a man and a woman visiting an exhibition. Meanings suggested by the juxtaposition of works by diverse artists are meant to suggest a narrative. Thus the story of this relationship unfolds around the works, playing with love, art and life. While one searches only for a fleeting tryst, the other aspires to finding true love.

Curated by Sinziana Ravini.

Further participating artists: Boris Achour, John Bock, Talia Chetrit, Sophie Dubosc, Latifa Echakhch, Carl Johan Högberg, Pierre Huyghe, Julien Langendorff , Joanna Lombard, Ursula Mayer, Melvin Moti, Isabel Nolan, Ylva Olgand, Erik Pirolt, Émilie Pitoiset, Agnieszka Polska, Hans Rosenström, Martin Soto Climent, Linda Tedsdotter.

Exhibition: June 21  – September 9, 2013


Palais de Tokyo
Level 0 - Galerie Basse

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Joanna Rajkowska in London

Joanna Rajkowska's work is part of the exhibition A Tourist In Other People's Reality at Vestry House Museum.

Further participating artists:
Cecilia Bonilla and Sława Harasymowicz

Using the archives as a point of departure, the artists reflect on the possibility of unearthing the invisible, the missing and the fragmented from within the narrative of the location. The exhibition both attempts and wilfully fails to represent the 'true' history of the location through creating openings towards the fictional. The expectation and desire for the material trace of a human being is set against the physical emptiness of what is left. With this premise in mind, the exhibition stages a spectacle of frustration and coercion.

Curated by
Olga Ovenden

June 14, 2013, 6 - 9 pm
Performance by Aleksandra Kozioł 7:30 pm
Exhibition: June 15  – September 29, 2013


Vestry House Museum
Vestry Road
London E17 9NH

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Agnieszka Polska in Venice

Agnieszka Polka's work is part of the PinchukArtCenter's and the Victor Pinchuk Foundation's exhibition The Future Generation Art Price @ Venice that features all nineteen artists who were shortlisted for the prize.

Duration: May 31 – September 1, 2013

Palazzo Papadopoli (San Silvestro vaporetto stop)
San Polo, 1364
30125 Venice

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Hubert Czerepok's work Lux Aeterna will be part of this year's Recontres Internationales Paris / Berlin / Madrid that takes place at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt on June 25 - 30, 2013. 
His video will be screened on Sunday, June 30, 2013 at 9 pm.

Opening: June 25, 2013, 8 pm

Duration: June 25 - 30, 2013

Haus der Kulturen der Welt
John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10
10557 Berlin

Yane Calovski in Konjic

Yane Calovski’s work is part of the 2nd edition of Project Biennial D-0 ARK Underground in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The project intends to preserve and protect the cultural heritage and the historic building, known as Tito’s Atomic shelter, as well as to create a new artistic value in the venue and transform it into a prestigious cultural institution

Further participating artists:

Adel Abidin, Alban Muja, Alfredo Pirri, Almin Zrno, Apparatus 22 and Studio Basar, Armin Linke, Autopsia, Banu Cennetoğlu and Yasemin .zcan, Brian Dailey, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Carlo Crovato, Conor McGrady, Cynthia Zaven, Dalibor Martinis, Danica Dakic, Daniel Garcia Andujar, Dario Solman, Edin Numankadic, Edo Murtic, Emre Erkal, Ibro Hasanovic, Igor Bosnjak, Janos Sugar, Kim Cascone, Laibach, Luchezar Boyadjiev, Miroslaw Balka, Nenad Malesevic, Nemanja Cvijanovic, Renata Poljak, Paul Devens, Saeri Kiritani, Simona Dumitriu, Stealth.unlimited

Curated by Basak Senova and Branko Franceschi

Opening: April 26, 2013, 11 am - 4 pm

Exhibition: April 26 – September 26, 2013

Tito’s Nuclear Bunker, Konjic

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Yane Calovski in Bregenz

Yane Calovski is participating in On the Move at the European Kunsthalle, KUB Arena, Bregenz.

Project-based, performative, on the move—is a possible description of the European Kunsthalle’s program. In the exhibition On the Move. European Kunsthalle at the KUB Arena it is precisely these aspects of performativity, of the appearance and disappearance of temporary artistic and institutional spaces, that are being focused on and raised for discussion. Drawing on elements of past European Kunsthalle activities, on staging strategies and general questions around cultural, social, and institutional spaces, the participating artists developed a wealth of ways of looking at the principle of "eventfulness" and its implications.

After examining archive materials, the Macedonian artist suggests a subjective reading of the European Kunsthalle’s history in the drawings he developed for the exhibition.

Further participating artists:

David Maljkovic, Dorit Margreiter, Nick Mauss, Charlotte Moth, Stephen Willats, Johannes Wohnseifer

Curated by Vanessa Joan Müller & Astrid Wege (European Kunsthalle) and Eva Birkenstock & Yilmaz Dziewior (Kunsthaus Bregenz).

Exhibition: April 27 – June 30, 2013

Kunsthaus Bregenz
6901 Bregenz

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Zofia Kulik in Telgte

Zofia Kulik's work is part of the exhibition Hold und mächtig? Das Bild der Mutter in den Kulturen der Welt. The exhibition is a joint project of Westfälisches Museum für religiöse Kultur RELíGIO and SØR Rusche collection Oelde/Berlin.

Exhibition: May 12 – September 13, 2013

RELíGIO - Westfälisches Museum für religiöse Kultur
Herrenstraße 1-2
48291 Telgte

Vlatka Horvat in Budapest

Vlatka Horvat's works Anatomies and Topographies are part of the exhibition Paperboats at Trapéz Gallery in Budapest.

'The works shown in the exhibition Paperboats reveal and confate formal and mental dichotomies. They express, on the one hand, a drive to come up with an articulate form, a need for an order of (geometric) composition and, on the other hand, feelings of the void appearing under one's feet, of insecurity, alienation and disappearance. It is physical presence or absence (the human body and face, often fragmented or concealed), the relation of body to personality or to its surroundings that is being interpreted in various ways; next to the objectifed (rearranged, recomposed, scrutinized) human fgures, the presented objects and landscapes gain an anthropomorph reading.'

Further participating artists: Sári Ember, Csilla Klenyászki, and Andreas Werner.

Curated by Hajnalka Somogyi

Opening: May 7, 2013, 7 pm

May 8 – June 14, 2013


Henszlmann Imre utca 3
1053 Budapest 

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Szymon Kobylarz in Bytom

The exhibition Sztuka dla sztuki [Art for art's sake] consists of several dozen works by the artist Szymon Kobylarz. The works are watercolors from the years 2012 and 2013; painted as hypothetical, dreamed up shows (utopian, impossible, probable, nonsensical). The artist put on canvas not only his visions but as well the exhibition ideas proposed by the curator; planned for the next year and a half.
The exhibition is some kind of "reality check" of imagination: the artistic fantasy will now have to wait for its actual execution or revocation.

Curated by Stanisław Ruksza

Opening: April 27, 2013

, 7 pm

Exhibition: April 28 – June 22, 2013


Kronika - Centre for Contemporary Art
Rynek 26

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Joanna Rajkowska in NICE

La Station presents L’HALLALI
 - an exhibition of Joanna Rajkowska and Rémi Voche

For this exhibition, La Station chose to confront a photographic series by Joanna Rajkowska (Last Summer in Obersalzberg) and a selection of photographs by Rémi Voche, whose common motif seems to be the body conversing with nature. The artists stage themselves in a fully animal attitude: naked, in direct connection with the environing flora, they seem to apprehend the world on their own scale.

Opening: April 26, 2013, from 6 pm
Reading by Joanna Rajkowska and performance by Rémi Voche from 7 PM.

Exhibition: April 27 - June 15, 2013.


La Station Halle sud du chantier Sang neuf
89 route de Turin
06300 Nice

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We are pleased to announce our participation at the 47. ART COLOGNE 2013 with works of Zofia Kulik.
We cordially invite you to visit our stand!

Vernissage: April 18, 2012, 5-9 pm (by invitation only)

Duration: April 19 – 22, 2013

Location: A - 011, Hall 11.3, NEW CONTEMPORARIES, Koelnmesse, Eingang Süd

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Agnieszka Polska in Wiesbaden, Stuttgart & Munich -- Screenings

Agnieszka Polska's works will be shown in April at three festivals dedicated to art & animated film.

The events are designed to be exhibitions and film festivals in one, changing the focus between geographical dimensions, the film approach as such and the artistic orientation.


13th Festival of Central and Eastern European Film

April 10 - 16, 2013
Wiesbaden, DE
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20th International Festival of Animated Film
April 23 - 28, 2013
Stuttgart, DE
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Kino der Kunst
April 24 - 28, 2013
Munich, DE

HUBERT CZEREPOK - History and Utopia

Hubert Czerepok's works will be shown in a solo show entitled History and Utopia at Arsenal Gallery in Białystok.

At the core of Czerepoks oeuvre are the connections between fiction, topicality and historical events. It is not the facts themselves that interest the artist, but rather the way they begin with shifts, mutations, and unimaginable formal and semantic transformations. Shown are drawings, installations, video and neon works.

Curated by
Monika Szewczyk

Opening: April 5, 2013

, 6 pm

Exhibition: April 6 – May 23, 2013


Arsenal Gallery
ul. Mickiewicza 2
15-222 Białystok

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VALIE EXPORT's work is part of the exhibition 19 New Acquisitions at the Museum of Modern Art in New York

MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art:
May 10, 2013 – January 6, 2014

Vlatka Horvat at CAMERA AUSTRIA

Vlatka Horvat's work is part of the exhibition Zero Point of Meaning. Non-functional, Non-representational, Elementary, Experimental and Conceptual Photography in Croatia at Camera Austria.

Further participating artists:

Boris Cvjetanović, Petar Dabac, Sandro Đukić, Igor Eškinja, Ivan Faktor, Tomislav Gotovac, Boris Greiner, Miljenko Horvat, Vlatka Horvat, Željko Jerman, David Maljković, Antun Maračić, Enes Midžić, Marijan Molnar, Ivan Posavec, Davor Sanvincenti, Edita Schubert, Mladen Stilinović, Slaven Tolj, Goran Trbuljak, Josip Vaništa, Mirjana Vodopija, and Fedor Vučemilović.

Curated by Sandra Križić Roban and Ivana Hanaček
Assistant: Jelena Pašić
Exhibition design: Ana Dana Beroš

The exhibition Zero Point of Meaning seeks to explore photography as an experimental and research medium. Artists who have reached for a camera at a particular point in their artistic career (or instructed others to shoot something particular, or simply took over – appropriated – other people’s photographs) were not interested in the technical capacities of the medium or even the quality of their shots; instead, they considered photography as a sort of coordinate that functioned like an echo of some event or absent artwork, like a channel communicating the conceptualization or realization of a particular artistic idea. All this testifies to important changes in the way photography was understood and interpreted as art, all of which was influenced by the political and social circumstances from the 60s onwards.

Exhibition: March 9 – May 26, 2013

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Tim Etchells & Vlatka Horvat in Bremen

The video work by Tim Etchells & Vlatka Horvat is part of the group exhibition Sweet Bitter Symphony at Künstlerhaus Bremen.

"Weather sweet pain, eloquent silence, or lovehate, all are linked by one factor: the inherent contradiction contained in these antithetical or mutually exclusive notions. As a rhetorical device such contrariness is known as an oxymoron, while in the fine arts it has always been utilised as a stylistic ploy. The oxymoron is predestined to denote ambiguous, multi-layered content, which it imparts in an incisive and gripping manner. The manifestation of “sweet pain” was at its most popular during the Baroque era, and its effects can still be felt today, for this conflicting conceptual coupling still features in many contemporary art works. One reason, perhaps, being that both suffering and enjoyment are enormously powerful physical and psychological sensual perceptions. They make such a huge impression that merely looking at a work of art interpreting individual pain can totally captivate the viewer, who is swept along and carried away by the intentionally direct impact. In that respect there is no difference between the Baroque ideal and that of the contemporary artist.
Sweet Bitter Symphony
brings together video works by major contemporary artists. It considers pain as one of the most intense and yet most polyvalent human emotions. Although it can be experienced as an oppressive burden, as a cry for help from the body or mind, the feeling of pain is not necessarily negatively tinged. These works of art present pain in all its diversity: its beauty, its attractiveness, its romantic or liberating nature." (Source: press material)

Further participating artists: Sofia Hultén, Sven Johne, Ragnar Kjartansson, Liz Magic Laser

Opening: Friday, March 08, 7:30 pm

Exhibition: March 09 - May 19, 2013

Künstlerhaus Bremen
Am Deich 68/69
28199 Bremen 

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Vlatka Horvat in Düsseldorf

Vlatka Horvat's work is part of the exhibition Die gestundete Zeit (Time deferred) at Sies + Höke gallery in Düsseldorf.

Further participating artists: Rosa Barba, Eli Cortiñas, Björn Dahlem
, Marcel Dzama, Luigi Ghirri, Jamie Isenstein, Ronny Lischinski, Gregor Schneider
, Katja Strunz, Franz Erhard Walther and Thomas Zipp.

Curated by
Gesine Borcherdt

Opening: Thursday, February 21, 7 - 9 pm

Exhibition: February 22 – April 3, 2013


Sies + Höke gallery
Poststrasse 2+3
40213 Düsseldorf

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Katarzyna Kozyra at VIDEO ROOM

Katarzyna Kozyra is presenting her new video work Looking for Jesus at the VIDEO ROOM of the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw.

The starting point for Katarzyna Kozyra was the so-called Jerusalem syndrome - an acute delusional disorder, being first clinically described in the second half of the twentieth century, where people identify themselves with biblical characters, and mostly with the Messiah. In the Spring of 2012 the artist went with her film crew to Jerusalem to find "Jesus". The main questions that she asks herself and the society are: What are the mechanisms that shape our beliefs and faith? How do we perceive reality and how do we build its view? Isn’t a critical approach and a constant verification of facts, just another kind of intuitive desire to believe in the power of reason?

VIDEO ROOM is a new long term project of the Center of Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, which provides to the audience the best and newest creations of video art. Starting in November of 2012, every second Monday (beginning of 2013 -  every third) in one of the halls of the Ujazdowski Castle, the visitors will be able to view the works of renowned Polish and international video artists.

Curated by Hanna Wróblewska

Opening: February 11, 2013 at 6 pm

Exhibition: February 12 – 24, 2013

The Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle

ul. Jazdów 2
00-467 Warsaw

The project by ŻAK | BRANICKA FOUNDATION was produced with the support of Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland.

Yane Calovski | Publications

After last years Monograph Yane Calovski: Obje’ct published by Zorlu Centre Art Collection in Istanbul, Yane Calovski is discussed in the exhibition catalogue Yane Calovski: Interlocutor published by the Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje available from February 20, 2013.

Yane Calovski: Obje'ct
Monograph, edited by Basak Senova
With texts by Basak Senova, Astrid Wege, and Sebastian Cichocki
Published by Zorlu Centre Art Collection, Istanbul, 2012
ISBN: 978-605-63320-0-5
Available to order from the publisher

Yane Calovski: Interlocutor

Exhibition catalogue, edited by Mira Gakina
With texts by Mira Gakina and Liljana Nedelkovska
Published by Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje, 2013
ISBN: 978-9989-199-56-1
Available February 20, 2013


Szymon Kobylarz's work is part of the group exhibition MILK TEETH at BWA Contemporary Art Gallery in Katowice.

Further participating artists: Tomasz Baran, Natalia Bażowska, Michał Gayer, Łukasz Jastrubczak, Bartosz Kokosiński, Daria Malicka, Dominik Ritszel, Michał Smandek, Monika Szwed, Erwina Ziomkowska.

Curated by Marta Lisok

Opening: February 1, 2013

Exhibition: February 2 – March 17, 2013

BWA Contemporary Art Gallery
Aleja Wojciecha Korfantego 6
40-004 Katowice

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Dominik Lejman in Switzerland

Dominik Lejman's work Skiers was selected by visual arts curator KJBaysa to accommany Chocolate Fountain, a symposium organised by Xander Ferreira.

Further selected artists are Aerosyn-Lex Meštrović (USA) with Leif Trenkler (Germany).

Exhibition: January 11 - 13, 2013

Kurhaus Lenzerheide
Voa Principala 40, 7078
Lenzerheide, CHE

Hubert Czerepok at VIDEO ROOM

Hubert Czerepok's video work Lux Aeterna will be shown at the VIDEO ROOM of Center of Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw.

VIDEO ROOM is a new long term project of the Center of Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, which provides to the audience the best and newest creations of video art. Starting in November of 2012, every second Monday (beginning of 2013 -  every third) in one of the halls of the Ujazdowski Castle, the visitors will be able to view the works of renowned Polish and international video artists.

Curated by Ewa Gorządek

Opening: January 14, 2013 at 6 pm

Exhibition: January 15 - 27, 2013


The Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle
ul. Jazdów 2
00-467 Warsaw

Katarzyna Kozyra in Düsseldorf

Kunstsammlung NRW presents Katarzyna Kozyra's latest project Master of Puppets.

Especially created for the spaces of Schmela Haus in Düsseldorf and as the title already implies, the concept of Master of Puppets refers to a critical dealing with proportions, scales and sizes. The basic idea is to allow for a new reception of Kozyra's already existing works by either reducing or enlarging their respective sizes. Also the artist will work with viewing habits and reception in general integrating the given architectural characteristics into her curatorial concept.

Exhibition: October 26, 2012 – March 10, 2013

Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen
Ständehausstr. 1
40217 Düsseldorf

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Michał Jankowski at GALERIA FORMAT


Michał Jankowski's work is part of the exhibition SUPEŁ (together with Basia Bańda) at Galeria Format.

Curated by Agnieszka Żechowska

Opening: Saturday, November 17, 2012, 12-8 pm
: November 17, 2012 – January 30, 2013

Galeria Format
Emilii Plater 47

Katarzyna Kozyra in Linz and Budapest

Katarzyna Kozyra's work is part of the group exhibition Naked Man at Lentos Kunstmuseum in Linz and Ludwig Museum in Budapest.

The deconstruction of the model of male hegemony, alternative concepts of masculinity and the male body as an object of a desire, the cult and the destruction of the body are the subject of the exhibition.

Naked Man at Lentos Kunstmuseum, Linz
Exhibition: October 26, 2012 - February 17, 2013

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Naked Man
at Ludwig Museum, Budapest
Exhibition: March 21, 2013 - June 30, 2013

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Paweł Książek at the Polish Institute Berlin

In his paintings Paweł Książek connects different topics, creates associative references and defines new artistic space between painting, sculpture and video art. In his most recent works Książek plays with perception – using painting as a medium he first emphasizes and secondly blurs the difference between fiction and reality. He concentrates on hands as a subject and the power they possess, regardless of whether they are the hands of an artist, a pianist or a murderer.

Opening: Thursday, December 6, 2012, 7 pm

December 7, 2012 – February 8, 2013

Polnisches Institut Berlin

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Agnieszka Polska in Vienna

Oberes Belvedere and 21er Haus are presenting the works of Agnieszka Polska. The exhibition, together with Lisa Oppenheim, is a part of the project Intervention.

Curated by Martha Kirszenbaum

Opening: Tuesday, November 20, 7pm
November 21, 2012 - February 3, 2013

Oberes Belvedere and 21er Haus

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Dominik Lejman in Berlin

Dominik Lejman's work is part of the exhibition Imaginäre Reisen at Amerika Haus at Bahnhof Zoo.

The first ArtPod exhibition invites visitors to embark on a journey taking one through the space seeing and experiencing art in unconventional ways. While traveling through the exhibition the art may trigger memories, alter moods, transform a space, play with senses or confuse perspectives, bringing you somewhere else in your imagination.

Curated by Laurie de Chiara

November 3, 2 to 5pm

November 3 – December 16, 2012

Amerika Haus at Bahnhof Zoo
Hardenbergstr. 22-24
10623 Berlin

Yane Calovski in Beirut

Yane Calovski is taking part in the research visit and presentation in the frame of OuUnPo Beirut 2012.

In the wake of the last year´s events, OuUnPo needs to move beyond its European birthplace and investigate what can be learned from events of the Arab Spring and how these can be reintegrated into European democratic and artistic processes. OuUnPo has therefore taken the first steps to develop its ties with artists, curators, scientists and institutions in Lebanon. These has been developed during the year and will end as a week-long work session in Beirut in December 2012.

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The event is organised by: Sara Giannini & Fatos Üstek

Agnieszka Polska at Kasseler Dokfest

The work of Agnieszka Polska How the Work is Done is part of the 29th Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival and will be shown on Sunday, November 18, 2012.

The 29th Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival will take place from November 13 - 18, 2012 in Kassel

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Paweł Książek at Künstlerhaus Bethanien

Paweł Książek's work is part of the exhibition FLYING at Künstlerhaus Bethanien.

Flying by plane is ruining the environment. Every flight that can possibly be avoided, should be, as it helps the environment. More than 60 artists were asked to "put wings" to their ideas for the exhibition FLYING, among them many former fellowship holders at Künstlerhaus Bethanien. There was no prescribed minimum altitude. The emerging group of works are correspondingly free – despite staying in the field of painting. The exhibition arises from the yet to be released book project Flying by Stefanie Steudemann and Peter Glückstein of ‘2und50’ in which 52 artists and 52 authors explore the subject.

Opening: November 8, 2012, 7-10 pm

: November 9 – December 16, 2012

Free admission

Künstlerhaus Bethanien
Kottbusser Straße 10
10999 Berlin

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Vlatka Horvat in Boston

Boston University Art Gallery presents Vlatka Horvat's works in the frame of her solo show entitled Also Called: Backbone, Anchor, Lifeline.

Vlatka Horvat’s site-specific installation takes its cue from the architecture of the gallery’s Art Deco railings, knobs, faux detailing, and decoration, as well as materials found near the Boston University campus and surrounding areas.

Curated by Kate McNamara

Opening: November 8, 2012, 6-8 pm

November 9 – Dec 20, 2012

Boston University Art Gallery

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Vlatka Horvat in The Hague

For a period of three months this fall the program of Stroom, Den Haag, will be dedicated to performance art, in the broadest sense of the word. Vlatka Horvat is one of four international artists—besides Ruth Buchanan (New Zealand), Leidy Churchman (USA), and Adrien Tirtiaux (Belgium)—taking part in the project Expanded Performance.

For Expanded Performance, Vlatka Horvat is working on two new projects: a sculptural intervention in the narrow passages and stairways of the Stroom building and a three-month long project involving all the employees of the museum.

On the day of the opening, Expanded Performance will not present an exhibition in its finished form; over time the presentation will change, by means of performances, activities and visitor participation.

Exhibition: September 30 -  December 16, 2012
Opening: Saturday, September 29, 2012, 5 pm

Stroom Den Haag
Hogewal 1-9
The Hague

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ŻAK | BRANICKA presenting Stanisław Dróżdż at FIAC 2012

At this year's FIAC we will present one major work of museum quality by Stanisław Dróżdż: Algebra of Prepositions (1987)

Hubert Czerepok in Riga

Hubert Czerepok's work Everything Is Darkness is part of the group show of the International Sculpture Quadrennial in Riga.

Further participants are: Adel Abidin, Andree Korpys and Markus Löffler, Christoph Faulhaber, Chto Delat?, Conny Blom, Dalibor Martinis, Erbossyn Meldibekov, Ernests Kļaviņš, Eugenio Merino, Ginters Krumholcs, IRWIN group, Isaac Cordal, Kirke Kangro, Pravdoliub Ivanov, Rimantas Milkintas, Stefanos Tsivopoulos, Szabolcs Suli Zakar, and Vladas Urbanavicius.

The 11th Sculpture Quadrennial Riga 2012 (SQR 2012) is devoted to the theme of Anatomy of Integration.

SQR 2012 will take place from October 5 - November 25, 2012.



At this year's FIAC in Paris we will present works from Carl Andre and Stanisław Dróżdż.

FiAC PARIS will take place from October 18 - 21, 2012.
Oct 17, 2012


Grand Palais
Avenue Winston Churchill
75008 Paris

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Joanna Rajkowska at Lodz Design Festival

Joanna Rajkowska's work is part of the exhibition Attendance Obligatory? Few Tales about Participation
at Łódź Design Festival.

The exhibition presents artistic and research projects that have a social movement character in that they call for the active participation of the audience. The projects uncover the problems of both the participants and the authors during the process of their realization. The situation in which the project is realized (or not realized) is a diagnosis of the condition of society, showing society’s needs and the changes occurring within it. It speaks of openness and accountability for oneself, others and a shared space.

Curated by Marika Kuźmicz, Foundation ArtOn.

October 18, 2012 6 to 9 pm

October 19 - 28, 2012

Festival Centre, III Floor
Targowa 35


Agnieszka Polska in Zurich

Agnieszka Polska's work is part of the group show MISPLACED, DISPLACED, REPLACED at ROTWAND Gallery Sabina Kohler & Bettina Meier-Bickel.

Additional artists: 
Ilit Azoulay, Bettina Buck, Tatjana Gerhard, Jeroen Jacobs, and Mathew Sawyer

Opening: Saturday, October 27, 11am-5pm


October 27, 2012 - January 13, 2013

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Joanna Rajkowska at FRIEZE LONDON 2012

At this year's FRIEZE in London Joanna Rajkowska will present a site-specific work entitled Forcing A Miracle.

Further artists commissioned to make a site-specific work for Frieze Projects 2012 are: Thomas Bayrle, Aslı Çavuşoğlu, DIS magazine, and Grizedale Arts/Yangjiang Group.

FRIEZE LONDON will take place from October 11 - 14, 2012.
Oct 10, 2012


Regent´s Park, London

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Photo: © Andrew Dixon

Agnieszka Polska in Poznań

Agnieszka Polska's work is part of the group exhibition In PRL only Military Academies, Militia Academies and PWSSP arent't on strike at Galeria Pies in Poznań.

Further participating artists: Krzysztof Kaczmarek, Zbigniew Libera, Sonia Rammer, Szymon Wójciak

Opening: October 5, 2012, 6 to 9 pm
Exhibition: October 6 – 20, 2012

Galeria Pies
ul. Dąbrowskiego 25a


Symposium on Alina Szapocznikow

Katarzyna Kozyra's presentation about the artist and Diva Reincarnation at MOMA, held in conjunction with the exhibition Alina Szapocznikow: Sculpture Undone, 1955–1972.

Time: Friday, October 5, 2012, 12:00–5:00 pm

Theater 3 (The Celeste Bartos Theater)
The Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Education and Research Building

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Katarzyna Kozyra in Stockholm

Kulturhuset in Stockholm presents a solo exhibition of Katarzyna Kozyra and offers an overview of her most famous and recognized works.
This exhibition includes installations, video works and photos from the mid-1990s to the present. It is the first major presentation of Kozyra's work in Sweden.

Curated by Timothy Persons and Estelle af Malmborg

Opening: September 28, 2012

Exhibition: September 29, 2012 – January 6, 2013


Sergels torg
103 27 Stockholm


Vlatka Horvat in Belgrade

Vlatka Horvat's work is part of the exhibition GOOD LIFE of the 53rd October Salon in Belgrade.

Curated by Branislav Dimitrijević & Mika Hannula.

The exhibition GOOD LIFE / ГУД ЛАЈФ – Physical narratives and spatial imaginations confronts the changes and challenges of the past 20 years. It is a collection of site-specific works that faces the dilemmas of our contemporary lives, the mess we are in, and the hopes we try to hold on to.

September 22 – November 4, 2012

Saturday, September 22, 1pm

The former building of the Geodetic Institute

Karađorđeva 48

The Cultural Centre of Belgrade
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Agnieszka Polska's solo show at Center for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle

Agnieszka Polska’s exhibition entitled Aurorite revolves around the artist’s most recent film Włosy (Hair) the premiere of which will take place in the Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle.

Using the Polish hippie movement as a starting point, the artist asks questions about the character of  revolutionary ideas, which in the different social and political context of Poland, underwent transformation and got distorted with respect to its original. What is behind the evolution process of an idea and what is the catalyst of changes?

Agnieszka Polska  // AURORITE

Curated by Ewa Gorządek

September 7, 2012 at 7 pm

Exhibition open through:
November 25, 2012


Gallery 2
Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle
ul. Jazdów 2
00-467 Warsaw

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At this year's VIENNAFAIR we will present works from Robert C.Breer, Stanisław Dróżdż, Vlatka Horvat, Allan Kaprow, Paweł Książek, Dominik Lejman, Roman Opałka and Agnieszka Polska.

VIENNAFAIR will take place from September 20 - 23, 2012.

Messe Wien
Hall A / Booth G07
Messeplatz 1
1020 Vienna

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abc art berlin contemporary 2012


At this year's abc (art berlin contemporary) we will present Szymon Kobylarz's most recent work Frederick the Great from the exhibition Denk-Zeichen Kostrzyn and his 2007 made installation entitled Nose Punch Machine.

abc will take place from September 13–16, 2012.



Luckenwalder Strasse 4–6

10963 Berlin

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Vlatka Horvat in Bern

Vlatka Horvat's work And Counting (Five) is a part of the exbition Moments suspended in Time at annex14/Raum für aktuelle Kunst in Bern.

"Catching the fugitive, keeping it in the air, giving it a shape is the leitmotif of the current group show Moments Suspended in Time. Time and space in which the events develop, flash over or close in on us are therefore a very important reference points for all selected artist with all the differences of artistic approaches."

Further participating artist are: Omar Alessandro, Michal Budny, Florian Dombois, Ana Roldán, and Martina Sauter

Exhibition: August, 23 - September 29, 2012

August 23, 2012 at 6 pm

Raum für aktuelle Kunst
Suzanne B. Friedli / Elisabeth Gerber
Junkerngasse 14/Postfach 586
CH-3000 Bern 8

Hubert Czerepok and Szymon Kobylarz in Kostrzyn

Hubert Czerepok and Szymon Kobylarz are participating in the exhibition Denk-Zeichen Kostrzyn which is part of Kulturland Brandenburg 2012 COME TO YOUR SENSES! Friedrich the Second of Prussia. Eleven international artists have created site-specific artworks for the exhibition which has been curated by Christoph Tannert (Künstlerhaus Bethanien) and takes place in the ruins of the former fortress of Kostrzyn, where Crown Prince Friedrich was detained by his father from 1730-32 after his unsuccessful escape from Prussia.

Participating artists are Roland Boden / Hubert Czerepok / Roland Fuhrmann / Szymon Kobylarz / Via Lewandowsky / Ulrich Polster / Jörg Schlinke / Nasan Tur / URBAN ART (Anne Peschken / Marek Pisarsky) / Simone Zaugg

Opening: Saturday, July 28, 2012, 5pm

Exhibition: July 29 to September 09, 2012 (open air exhibition / free access)

Ruins of the former fortress of Kostrzyn / in the inner castle courtyard

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Józef Robakowski in Karlsruhe

A solo exhibition entitled Józef Robakowski. The Handshake at ZKM Karlsruhe offers an overview on Józef Robakowski's video works on one hand and on his activities concerning the Exchange Gallery (inaugurated in his apartment in Łódź in 1978) on the other. Video works on show include Market (1970), Attention Light (1981-2004), Art is Power (1985) and Exultation, Oratorio for Katarzyna Kobro (2011). The exhibition has been curated by Michał Jachuła and Tobi Maier.

A catalogue accompanying the exhibition (Polish/English/German) has been published with Spector Book, Leipzig. 

Exhibition: June 16 – September 9, 2012

ZKM | Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie
Lorenzstr. 19
76135 Karlsruhe

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An interview with Jozef Robakowski can be found on youtube.

Agnieszka Polska shortlisted for PinchukArtCentre's Future Generation Art Prize

We are delighted to announce that Agnieszka Polska is on the shortlist for the Future Generation Art Prize 2012. She has been selected as one of 21 out of 4200 applicants worldwide and is the only shortlisted artist from Poland.

The prize is awarded every two years and was inaugurated in 2010 by Victor Pinchuk. An exhibition of all 21 shortlisted artists will open at the PinchukArtCentre on October 27, 2012. The internationally renowned jury will then choose the winner. The Award Ceremony will be on December 7, 2012, in Kiev.

For further information about the prize please go to

Yane Calovski at ORTung

We are delighted to announce Yane Calovski's nomination as an artist in residence for this year's ORTung in Strobl / Austria. He will develop a new project which is based on his 2011 project Shkolka which has been presented for the first time in a major solo exhibition in the Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje. 

The exhibition of the project will follow mid 2013.

Please follow this link to find out more about ORTung:

Hubert Czerepok in New York

Hubert Czerepok's work is part of the group exhibition Cultural Transference at EFA Project Space.The exhibition focuses on 16 international and New-York-based artistic positions that are engaged with the transformation of culture. The exhibited works range from video and sculpture through performance and installation to collage, and craft-based projects.

Further artists: Firelei Baez, Matthew Cowan, Nicolas Dumit Estevez, Pablo Helguera, Christopher K. Ho, Yoko Inoue, LoVid, Umesh Maddanahalli, Dread Scott and Kyle Goen, Allison Smith, Juliana Irene Smith, Shinique Smith, and Elisabeth Smolarz  

Exhibition: June 15 – July 27, 2012

Opening: June 15, 2012, 6 – 8 pm

EFA Project Space
323 W 39th St., 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10018

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In the retrospective solo exhibition My very own Cinema Robakowski’s artistic practice is presented in a confrontation of two different but related perspectives: of ‘expanded cinema’ and ‘my very own cinema’.

Curated by Bożena Czubak

Opening: June 4, 2012 8pm

(7.30 pm performance titled ‘A Shipment from Łódź’ by the artist)

Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle
ul. Jazdów 2
00-467 Warsaw

Further information:

Jądro ciemności (Essence of Darkness)

Hubert Czerepok in Stettin

In the group exhibition Jądro ciemności (Essence of Darkness) the artist Hubert Czerepok shows his work 'Nie tylko dobro przychodzi z gory' (Not only good comes from above) from 2008.

Academy of Arts Stettin

Duration:  01.06-10.07.2012

Hubert Czerepok, Szymon Kobylarz and JÓzef Robakowski in Szczecin

Hubert Czerepok and Szymon Kobylarz are part of the group show Apocalypse at 13 muz within the framework of International Art Festival Wizulanej inSpiracje in Szczecin.

Further artists: Natalia LL, Mark Morgan, Maciej Kurak, Isao Hashimoto, Gregor Graf, Democracia, Michał Bałdyga, Danuta Dąbrowska, Zofia Kulik, Peter Fuss, Oskar Dawicki, Józef Robakowski, Piotr Bosacki, Ruslan Vashkevich, Sergey Shabohin, Maciej Litkowski, Zorka Project, Gregor Schneider, Przemysław Truściński, Jakub Rebelka, Anna Orlikowska, Artur Malewski, Hubert Czerepok, Agata Michowska, Małgorzata Szymankiewicz, Kuba Bąkowski, Piotr Skiba, Bartosz Kokosiński, Aleksandra Godlewska, Anna Jochymek, Joanna Sitko, Łukasz Trusewicz, Malina Tomaszewska, Natalia Niedziela, Ola Kozioł, Paweł Żukowski, Piotr Lis, Sylwia Jakubowska, Tomasz Wlaźlak, Tymon Nogalski, Seirenes, Metrobox, Kwartet / Deutche Opera, Daniela La Luz, Chinawoman, Yannick Robyns, Satyam Dave, Cad Camouonem, Tony Oursler, Bogna Burska, Monika Szpener, Szymon Kobylarz, Rafał Milach, Magda Sakowska-Carło, Sin Sensor, Daniel Zachodni, LSR, Thom Logic, Thomas B, Chris Da Break, Sick Boy, Balestra Berlin 

Festival: June 1 – 3, 2012

Exhibition: June 1 – August 31, 2012

13 muz
Plac Żołnierza Polskiego 2
70-551 Szczecin 

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Agnieszka Polska in London

Agnieszka Polska's video Plunderer's Dream (2011) is part of the screening Fetish & Figure at ICA London on May 26 and May 27, 2012. The Screening is curated by Martha Kirszenbaum and part of the Lux Biennial of Moving Image.

Further artists: Kenneth Anger, Isabelle Cornaro, Shana Moulton, Ulla Von Brandenburg, Ursula Mayer

Screenings: May 26, 2012, 2pm, ICA Cinema 1 (followed by a Q&A with the curator)
                  May 27, 2012, 4pm, ICA Cinema 1

Institute of Contemporary Arts
The Mall,
London, SW1Y 5AH




Katarzyna Kozyra and Agnieszka Polska in Krakow

Katarzyna Kozyra's and Agnieszka Polska's video works are part of the group exhibition Sport in Art at the MOCAK - Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow. After History in Art, this exhibition curated by Monika Kozioł, Delfina Piekarska and Maria Anna Potocka is the second exhibition demonstrating "how artists perceive the issues that matter in people's everyday lives."

Further artists in the exhibition: Kuba Bąkowski, Andrea Bender, Olaf Breuning, Roderick Buchanan, Paolo Canevari, Leon Chwistek, Josef Dabernig, Simone Demandt, Edward Dwurnik, Margret Eicher, Harun Farocki, Richard Fauguet, Massimo Furlan, Wolfgang Gärber, Volker Hildebrandt, Vlastimil Hoffman, Pravdoliub Ivanov, Rafał Jakubowicz, Zuzanna Janin, Assa Kauppi, Justyna Koeke, Kamil Kuskowski, Robert Kuśmirowski, Antal Lakner, Sigalit Landau, Zbigniew Libera, Ulrike Lienbacher, Ingeborg Lüscher, Marcin Maciejowski, Olaf Nicolai, Jerzy Nowosielski, Kathrin Rabenort, Leni Riefenstahl, Sławomir Rumiak, Katarzyna Sagatowska, Janek Simon, Zdzisław Sosnowski, Beat Streuli, Leon Tarasewicz, Timm Ulrichs, Wunderteam

Exhibition: May 19 – September 30, 2012

Opening: May 18, 2012, 7pm

MOCAK Museum of
Contemporary Art in Krakow
ul. Lipowa 4
30-702 KRAKÓW


Hubert Czerepok in Belfast

Hubert Czerepok's works Play Off and Lux Aeterna are part of the exhibition Final Solutions: Exhibition by Marek Wasilewski and Hubert Czerepok, curated by Monika Szewczyk. The exhibition is on view at Golden Thread Gallery's Project Space and part of the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival.

Exhibition: May 3 – 26, 2012

Golden Thread Gallery
84-94 Great Patrick Street
Belfast, BT1 2LU
Northern Ireland

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Vlatka Horvat in New York

Vlatka Horvat shows her most recent works in the solo exhibition Unleveling at Rachel Uffner Gallery in New York. She continues her ongoing preoccupation with the problematic interplay of human body and built space, which she investigates by abstracting, fragmenting, or outright removing figuration from her pieces.

Opening: Sunday 29 April, 2012, 6 –8 pm

Exhibition: April 29 – June 24, 2012

Rachel Uffner Gallery
47 Orchard Street
New York, NY 10002

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ŻAK | BRANICKA – Gallery Weekend Berlin 2012

As part of Gallery Weekend Berlin 2012, we will open the exhibition Joanna Rajkowska  Born in Berlin – A Letter to Rosa on April 27, 2012, 6 – 9 pm. The work that will be presented at the gallery consists of more than 100 drawings and collages, forming a very intimate letter to the artist’s daughter. It is part of the video work Born in Berlin that Rajkowska will present at 7th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art (Akademie der Künste).

Opening: April 27, 2012, 6 – 9 pm
Opening times during Gallery Weekend:
April 28 – 29, 2012, 11 am – 7 pm

Lindenstr. 35
10969 Berlin

Joanna Rajkowska at 7th Berlin Biennale of Contemporary Art

Joanna Rajkowska's most recent video works Born in Berlin and Final Fantasies will be presented for the first time at 7th Berlin Biennale of Contemporary Art. Both works will be on show at Akademie der Künste Berlin.

7th Berlin Biennale of Contemporary Art
Akademie der Künste, Pariser Platz 4, 10117 Berlin
April 27 – July 1, 2012

For further information on the Biennale please visit

In cooperation with ŻAK | BRANICKA FOUNDATION
Kindly supported by the Foundation of German-Polish Cooperation and the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation



Sumpfstadt by Joanna Rajkowska at the Polish Institute Berlin

Opening: April 19, 2012, 7 pm
until 31 of August 2012

Polnisches Institut Berlin
Burgstrasse 27
10178 Berlin

Sumpfstadt [Swamp Town]—the phantasmagoric proposal by Polish artist Joanna Rajkowska of the raising (though in this case it might be better to use the verb ‚lowering‘) of a monument, which would not in fact add new objects to the existing urban body, but rather remove unnecessary elements. Sumpfstadt is the latest of Rajkowska‘s ‘impossible monuments‘, which grapples with the issues of amnesia, language and rituals of memory, as well as the physicality of the city, its growth and erosion.

Paweł Książek and Agnieszka Polska at Art Cologne 2012


April 18 – 22, 2012

Professional Preview: April 17, 2012, 12pm

Vernissage: April 17, 2012, 5pm

We are pleased to announce our participation at ART COLOGNE 2012 with the most recent works of Paweł Książek and Agnieszka Polska.

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Yane Calovski in Istanbul

Yane Calovski's work Tommy Rot: The Sublime Violence of Truth (2002–2012) is part of the group exhibition Aftermath, curated by Basak Senova at Akbank Art Center in Istanbul, Turkey.

Further artists in the exhibition: Adel Abidin, Almagul Menlibayeva, Ayman Yossri Daydban, Bahar Behbahani, Ceren Oykut, Constantinos Taliotis, Ipek Duben, Özgül Ezgin, Rheim Alkadhi

Exhibition: March 14 – April 28, 2012

Akbank Art Center
Istiklal Cad. No. 8  
Beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey



Agnieszka Polska in New York

Agnieszka Polska's work is part of the group show entitled Grey Peak of the Wave curated by Martha Kirszenbaum at the Harris Lieberman Gallery in New York. Grey Peak of the Wave brings together artworks from six European artists, whose practices are ingrained in geometrical constructions and abstract symbolism.

Further participating artists are: Wojciech Bakowski, Guy de Cointet, Alicja Kwade, Alexandra Leykauf, Florian and Michael Quistrebert.

Exhibition: Thursday, March 22 - Saturday, April 28, 2012


Harris Lieberman Gallery
508 West 26th Street
New York, US

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Dominik Lejman in Poznan

The leitmotif for the exhibition Work in Regress presented at the Gallery AT is a Gothic cathedral vault, which was transposed and created for few seconds by a group of several dozen paratroopers, based on a draft made by the artist. The end result is registered in the form of an video.

The opening exhibition will be accompanied by performance / presentation of proper folding of a parachute.
Date: Monday, 19 March - Friday, 30 March, 2012
Location: GALERIA AT, Solna 4, 61-735 Poznań, Poland

Screening and Q&A with Agnieszka Polska at TATE MODERN

Screening and Q&A with Agnieszka Polska and Hanna Włodarczyk in the frame of Art and Film: Tate Modern.
: 14 March 2012, 6.30pm
Location: Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium

Documentary Workshop with Hubert Czerepok

Documentary Workshop with Hubert Czerepok

Through a darkly mirror

The controversial book "The Kindly Ones" (Les Bienveillantes) by Jonathan Littell and its protagonist Maximilian Aue, a Nazi and a homosexual who has lived some time in Berlin, forms the core of this documentary workshop. The workshop participants will receive selected scenes from the book in the form of an audio track and will search for traces of Maximilian. They will look deep into the topography of the city and the ghosts of the past and thus take up an intensive dialogue with history.

The workshop will be conducted in English.

Date: 12 to 18 April 2012
Location: Club der polnischen Versager, Ackerstr. 168, 10115 Berlin

For more information and registration (applications with CV) please contact:

filmPOLSKA @ Polnisches Institut Berlin
Tel: (030) 24 75 81 11

Joanna Rajkowska – Lecture in Berlin

Joanna Rajkowska will have an artist talk with Ana Teixeira Pinto on the topic of "Context (in Art and Society)" at University of the Arts in Berlin.

Date: 09 February 2012, 6 – 7.30 pm

UdK—University of the Arts Berlin
Hardenbergstrasse 33, Raum 158
10623 Berlin


Yane Calovski in Vienna

Yane Calovski's video work Hollow Land (2009) will be part of the group exhibition It's in the 'Can' – curated by Gülsen Bal – at Open Space in Vienna. The exhibition explores the possibility of a new type of politics centered in the question of what is in the ‘can’ as the title refers.

Further Artists: Heba Amin, Sanja Iveković, Christine Schörkhuber, Kamen Stoyanov

Opening: January 24, 2012, 7pm

Exhibition: January 25 – February 25, 2012


Lassingleithnerplatz 2
1020 Wien

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Agnieszka Polska in London

Agnieszka Polska's work will be presented in the exhibition The Forgetting of Proper Names at Calvert 22 in London.

Further participating artists are Wojciech Bąkowski and Anna Molska.

Private View: January 24, 2012, 6–8.30pm

Exhibition: January 25 – March 18, 2012

Calvert 22 Foundation
22 Calvert Avenue
London E2 7JP
United Kingdom


Katarzyna Kozyra in Helsinki

Katarzyna Kozyra's work is part of the group exhibition entitled Thank You for the Music: How Music Moves Us at Kiasma in Helsinki. The exhibition explores how the experiences of listening to music, watching music videos or going to a concert can appear in the life and work of an artist, a music lover, a fan.

Further participating artists are Adel Abidin (Finland), Petri Ala-Maunus (Finland), Eduardo Balanza (Spain), David Blandy (UK), Candice Breitz (South Africa), Susanne Bürner (Germany), Graham Dolphin (UK), Rose Eken (Denmark), Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard (UK), Fabien Giraud (France), Jenni Hiltunen (Finland), Jani Hänninen (Finland), Petra Lindholm (Finland), Liisa Lounila (Finland), Sophie MacCorquodale (UK), Maria Stereo (Finland), Rauha Mäkilä (Finland), Kalle Nieminen (Finland), Anneli Nygren (Finland), Pink Twins (Finland), Pipilotti Rist (Switzerland), Bojan Sarcevic (Serbia) and Terhi Ylimäinen (Finland).

Opening: January 19, 2012, 6 – 8 pm

Exhibition: January 20 – June 17, 2012

Museum of Contemporary Art KIASMA
Mannerheiminaukio 2, FIN-00100

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Józef Robakowski in Białystok

The Arsenal Gallery in Białystok presents a solo exhibition of Józef Robakowski, which shows the artist in dialogue with other artists. Józef Robakowski - a classic of Polish experimental film and a leading figure of the avant-garde - appears not only as a filmmaker and visual artist, but also as an initiator, curator and organizer of art groups, exhibitions and artistic events.

Partners of the exhibition: Adam Mickiewicz Institute in Warsaw, MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Lodlow 38, New York, ZKM in Karlsruhe and CEC ArtsLink, New York.

Opening: January 13, 2012, from 6 p.m.

Exhibition: January 14, 2012 - February 12, 2012

Artist talk with Józef Robakowski on Saturday, January 14, 2012 at 11 a.m.

Arsenal Gallery in Bialystok
ul. Mickiewicza 2
15-222 Bialystok

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Agnieszka Polska in Berlin

A selection of Agnieszka Polska's video works from the last three years will be presented as part of 12x12 – IBB Videolounge at Berlinische Galerie in Berlin during January, 2012.

Exhibition: January 4–30, 2012, Wednesday–Monday, 10am–6pm

Berlinische Galerie

Landesmuseum für Moderne Kunst, Fotografie und Architektur

Alte Jakobstraße 124-128

10969 Berlin

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Yane Calovski in Istanbul

Yane Calovski's white drawings from the Obsessive Setting (2010) series will be presented on occasion of the exhibition White, curated by Basak Senova at CDA-Projects in Istanbul. The exhibition will allow a closer insight to the drawings of further artists such as Alban Muja, Aya Ben Ron, Ceren Oykut, Luchezar Boyadjiev, Gözde İlkin, Erik Göngrich, İlgen Arzik, and Maria Loizidou.

Opening: January 6, 2012

Exhibition: January 6 – 28, 2012

Istiklal Cad. Misir Apt. No:163 K.2 D.5
Beyoglu, Istanbul

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Dominik Lejman in Brussels – Fossils and Gardens

Dominik Lejman´s video fresco, Double Layer,  is part of the Fossils and Gardens project  in Brussels.  Organized by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and the Polish Cultural Institute, this project  involves beside Dominik Lejman´s work,  installations of Julita Wójcik and Maurycy Gomulicki. All three installations will be displayed in public spaces, in Brussels. Lejman´s Double Layer  will be hosted by the European Parliament building.

Opening: November 29, 2011, 3pm

Exhibition: November 29 – December 2, 2011

European Parliament Brussels
Espace Leopold complex
Rue Wiertz/Wiertzstraat 60
B-1047 Brussels

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Agnieszka Polska in Rome

Agnieszka Polska's series How the Work Is Done and Arton are part of the group exhibition Reworking Memories at Federica Schiavo Gallery in Rome, Italy. The works of the three artists on show—Agnieszka Polska, Nika Neelova and Svätopluk Mikyta—refer to the process of aquisition, reworking and distortion of historical narratives and the methods of reporting individual forgotten stories.

Opening: November 24, 2011, 7–9pm

Exhibition: November 25, 2011 – January 28, 2012

Federica Schiavo Gallery
Piazza Montevecchio 16
Rome, Italy

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Katarzyna Kozyra in Krakow

The National Museum in Krakow will present well-known works of Katarzyna Kozyra. In her work she explores the issues of identity, gender, social roles and taboos. The exhibition will show the following works: Olympia (1996), Bathhouse (1997), Men´s Bathhouse (1999), The Rite of Spring (1999-2001) and the project: In Art Dreams Come True.

In her newest project Casting the traditional principles of organizing an exhibition will be changed by transferring the role of the artist to the visitors.

Exhibition: November 15, 2011 – January 15, 2012
Opening: November 14, 2011

The Main Building of the National Museum in Krakow
al. 3 Maja 1

For further information please visit the website of the museum:

Joanna Rajkowska and Agnieszka Polska in Tokyo

The Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo discusses on the 14 of November several questions regarding the art scene. For example, if museums influence the form of contemporary art in their architecture, policy and strategy of expanding its collection. Or how artists can change the priorities of an institution and whether the museum has any function without artists. Moderated by Sebastian Cichocki, Shoichi Hirai and Akiko Kasuya. Participating artists are: Marysia Lewandowska, Agnieszka Polska, Jan Smaga, Joanna Rajkowska and Zbiginiew Libera.

Date: November 14, 2011
13:00-17:00 (doors open from: 12:30)

The National Art Center Tokyo
7-22-2 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan

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Michał Jankowski and Robert Kuśmirowski in Berlin

Alfred Jarry, an eccentric member of the Parisian Boheme, staged a play Ubu Rex in 1896. The play draws on absurdity and is a farce against modern men—a vulgar boor sitting down with his rump on history. 
The exhibition Naughty Children of Alfred Jarry pays a unique homage to Jarry by presenting historicity plunged in absurdity and eeriness, where both the tradition and the history are shown in a grotesque mirror.

Further participating artists: Jan Dziaczkowski, Tomasz Kozak, Dorota Kozieradzka, Michał Szuszkiewicz.

Opening: October 28, 2011, 6.30pm

Exhibition: October 29–November 20, 2011

Galerie Story Hotel *****

Wriezener Straße 12

13359 Berlin

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We are pleased to announce our participation at this year's Artissima 18, where we will present Vlatka Horvat's most recent work.

Artissima 18 will take place from November 4 – 6, 2011 (Preview and Vernissage on November 3, 2011, by invitation only).

Our booth is located in Hall: Pink, Stand: PF7.

Artissima 18
Oval - Lingotto Fiere
parking entrance Via Nizza 230

pedestrian entrance Via Nizza 294

I - 10126 Torino

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1st Prize Geppert Award to Agnieszka Polska

We are delighted to announce that Agnieszka Polska won the Grand Prix in the Geppert Award 2011 for her video-work How the Work Is Done, 2011. This First Prize of the award is sponsored by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage in Poland.

Further laureats: Agata Bielska, Magdalena Karpinska, Honorata Martin, Tomasz Baran



15th - 19th June 2011

We are pleased to announce our participation at ART BASEL 2011 with works by the following artists represented by the gallery:

Art Statements:
Agnieszka Polska; Hall 1, booth 21
Art Unlimited: Katarzyna Kozyra with The Rite of Spring, Hall 1, U61
Art Film: Agnieszka Polska, Józef Robakowski
Screenings at Stadtkino Basel: Tuesday, June 14th, and Friday, June 17th, at 10pm respectively

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POLISH! Contemporary art from Poland in Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin

The ŻAK | BRANICKA Foundation  is  delighted to present  POLISH!, which was developed in cooperation with  Künstlerhaus Bethanien. This show occurs in accordance with the book POLISH!, which has been published this year, by the ŻAK | BRANICKA Foundation. The most of the  exhibiting artists are also presented in the same-titled book:  Katarzyna Kozyra, Dominik Lejman, Hubert Czerepok, Michal Jankowski, Pawel Ksiażek and Michał Budny, Rafał Bujnowski, Sławomir Elster, Roman Lipski, Piotr Urlański, Urban Art ( Marek Pisarsky+ Anne Päschen), Artur Żmijewski.

Opening: 20/10/2011, 7pm

Exhibition: 21/10-13/11/2011

Künstlerhaus Bethanien GmbH
10999 Berlin

Michal Jankowski in Zielona Góra

Michał Jankowski participates in the exhibition Krzywy Komin (The Crooked Chimney). The exhibition is the first at the new cultural space organized by Fundacja Salony at ul. Fabryczney 13 in Zielona Gora.

Other participating artists are: Ola Kubiak, Rafał Wilk, Jarek Jeschke, Basia Bańda, Marek Lalko

Opening: October 7, 2011, 6.30pm

Exhibition: October 7 – November 15, 2011

Fundacja Salony
ul. Fabryczna 13b
65-410 Zielona Gór

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Paweł Książek in Stuttgart

Paweł Książek's work will be presented in the context of the group-exhibition Halleluhwah! Hommage à CAN first at Galerie Abtart in Stuttgart and later on at Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin. On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of CAN's record Tago Mago, Christoph Tannert – director of Künstlerhaus Bethanien – curated an exhibition that shows more than fifty international artistic positions – painting, drawing, video, installation and sound-pieces – that where especially created as an Hommage to CAN in 2011.

A book with the same title, published by Christoph Tannert together with modo Verlag, accompanies the exhibition.

Participating artists: Silva Agostini, Theo Altenberg, Josse Bailly, Matias Bechtold, Marc Bijl, Norbert Bisky, Alexander Braun, William Cordova, Josef Dabernig, Sven Drühl, Rose Eken, Mikael Eriksson, Carsten Fock, Moritz Götze, Carson Grubaugh, Eberhard Havekost, Gregor Hildebrandt, Tilman Hornig, identity shop – Henryk Gericke / Thomas Gust, Danius Kesminas / Greg Richards, Klaus Killisch, Kimberly Clark – Iris van Dongen / Eveline van de Griend / Ellemieke Schoenmaker, Paweł Książek, Tilman Küntzel, Skafte Kuhn, Michael Kutzner, Via Lewandowsky, Robert Lippok, Ronald Lippok / Bert Papenfuß, Robert Lucander, Dieter Meier, Manfred Miersch, Malcolm Mooney, Chris Newman, Carsten Nicolai, Frank Nitsche, Albert Oehlen, Luc Pilmeyer, Anselm Reyle, Daniel Richter, Tanja Rochelmeyer, Dennis Rudolph, Egill Sæbjörnsson, Thomas Scheibitz, Station Rose – Gary Danner / Elisa Rose, Andreas Tellefsen, Ulrich Vogl, Maik Wolf, Ralf Ziervogel

Exhibition: September 16 to November 5, 2011

Galerie Abtart
Rembrandtstr. 18
70567 Stuttgart

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Paweł Książek - OPEN STUDIO at Künstlerhaus Bethanien

For the evening of the 28th September, 7 pm, the artists of our International Studio Programme will be opening their doors inviting interested visitors to view the studios and work.
2. Fl.:  Paweł Książek

Side by Side: Poland – Germany

The Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin shows the exhibition Side by Side: Poland – Germany curated by Anda Rottenberg from September 23, 2011 to January 9, 2012. For the first time around 800 historical and contemporary exhibits, displayed in 19 rooms and 22 chapters, will illustrate the thousand-year history of the complex mutual relations between Poland and Germany.

work: Stanisław Dróżdż, Between, 1977-2004, installation view

Exhibition: September 23, 2011 –  January 9, 2012

Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin
Niederkirchnerstraße 7 | Ecke Stresemannstr. 110
D-10963 Berlin 

Józef Robakowski in New York

8th April - 15th May 2011

MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38 is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition in the US by Józef Robakowski (b. 1939), a pioneer of avant-garde film and video art. This is the first presentation of Robakowski’s collaborative and relational work, emerging from his ongoing cooperation and dialogue with other artists. Through selected works and archival materials, the exhibition reveals a significant aspect of the artist’s practice, not only as a filmmaker and visual artist, but also as an initiator, curator, and organizer of art groups, exhibitions, and artistic events.

MINI/ Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38
38 Ludlow Street
New York, NY 10002

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Lost Stories in Nowy Sącz

Opening: September 09 /2011 at 6pm

BWA SOKół Gallery of Contemporary Art
in Nowy Sącz

33-300 Nowy Sącz, ul. Kościuszki 34

Fot. Hubert Czerepok, Koło miele młyn, neon, 2011, fot. Z. Kanczukowski

Joanna Rajkowska in Brasil

Joanna Rajkowska is one of 72 participants in the 6th Curitiba Biennial in Brasil.

Exhibition: September 18 – November 20, 2011


Jozef Robakowski and Roman Opalka in Berlin

Józef Robakowski's and Roman Opałka's works are part of the group-exhibition entitled Concept Photography from Poland at the Freies Museum Berlin. The exhibition presents a collection of works by Polish conceptual artists from the 1960s and 1970s put together by Marika Kuzmicz.

Weitere gezeigte Künstler sind: Kazimierz Bendkowski, Wojciech Bruszewski, Zbigniew Dłubak, Andrzej Dłużniewski, Henryk Gajewski, Zdzisław Jurkiewicz, Andrzej Jórczak, Andrzej Lachowicz, Jerzy Lewczyński, Tomasz Konart, Eustachy Kossakowski, Jarosław Kozłowski, Anna Kutera, Romuald Kutera, Paweł Kwiek, Ireneusz Ir Kulik, Brygida Wróbel-Kulik, Jolanta Marcolla, Antoni Mikołajczyk, Jerzy Olek, Ewa Partum, Andrzej Paruzel, Ireneusz Pierzgalski, Jadwiga Przybylak, Zygmunt Rytka, Andrzej Różycki, Zdzisław Sosnowski Leszek Szurkowski, Jan Świdziński, Zygmunt Targowski, Zbigniew Warpechowski, Ryszard Waśko, Piotr Weychert, Krzysztof Wojciechowski

Exhibition: September 10 - Oktober 1, 2011

Freies Museum Berlin
Potsdamer Straße 91
10785 Berlin

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Joanna Rajkowska in Graz

Grazer Kunstverein shows Joanna Rajkowska's two-channel video work Airways on occasion of the exhibition Public Folklore: We face a constantly increasing tendency to national self-construction in culture and politics in almost every country in Europe for several years. In conjunction with these events, the project queries the function of folklorism within the formation of political belief- and valuesystems.

Other artists on show are: Eva Arnqvist (S), No Corruption (founded by Roza El-Hassan, HU), Annika Eriksson (S), Andreas Fogarasi (A), Folk Archive, detail (by Jeremy Deller & Alan Kane, GB), Jens Haaning (DK), Martin Krenn (A), Eva Linder (S), Mari Laanemets & Killu Sukmit (EST), Eva Labotkin (EST), Christian Philipp Müller (CH), Ilona Németh (SK), Audrius Novickas (LT), R.E.P. / Kseniya Gnylytska, Nikita Kadan, Zhanna Kadyrova, Volodymyr Kuznetsov, Lada Nakonechna, Olesia Khomenko (UA), Erzen Shkololli (KOS), Sean Snyder (USA), Helene Sommer (N), Jaro Varga (SK)

Opening: September 24, 2011, 5 pm

Exhibition: September 24 - December 7, 2011

Grazer Kunstverein

Palais Trauttmansdorff

Burgstasse 4

A-8010 Graz

Joanna Rajkowska in Leipzig

On the occasion of the exhibition Scenarios About Europe, the Museum of Contemporary Art (GFZK) Leipzig shows Joanna Rajkowska's work Yusuf Ağa Library (2010).

Exhibition: September 10, 2011 –  March 18, 2012

Museum of Contemporary Art Leipzig, GfZK-2

Karl-Tauchnitz-Straße 9-11

D-04107 Leipzig

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Joanna Rajkowska in Wroclaw

Joanna Rajkowska participates in an exhibition entitled For Kids and Adults at the BWA Wroclaw.

Other artists on show are: Nikos Arvanitis, Hubert Czerepok, Marko Crnobrnja, Marija Đorđević, Petra Feriancova, Karolina Freino, Nenad Jeremić, Alicja Jodko (DWF/Entropia), Vladimir Perić, Vedran Perkov, Milorad Stajčić, Katarina Šeda, Janek Simon, Kama Sokolnicka, Predrag Terzić, Miloš Tomić, Vova Vorotniov, Zorka Wollny, Martin Zet

Exhibition: September 7 – October 2, 2011

Awangarda gallery, BWA Wrocław
ul. Wita Stwosza 32
50-149 Wroclaw

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abc art berlin contemporary 2011

At this year's abc (art berlin contemporary) – about painting we will present Paweł Książek's most recent works from his Silent Utopia series.

abc will take place from September 7–11, 2011. 

Luckenwalder Strasse 4–6
10963 Berlin

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Roman Opałka 1931 – 2011

It is with deep regret and sorrow that we hereby announce that Roman Opałka passed away unexpectedly today, Saturday, August 6, 2011.

Our most sincere condolences to his wife and family.

The above image shows Roman Opałka giving an interview to the rbb at our gallery during Gallery Weekend 2011. 

Hubert Czerepok in Budapest

On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of its first permanent exhibition, the Ludwig Museum Budapest presents an exhibition on the topic of museums. This exhibition entitled "Site Inspection – The Museum on the Museum" brings together the work of more than thirty Hungarian and international artists.

Hubert Czerepok's work Museum, a video in collaboration with Steven Rushton, from 2002 is on show in this context. 

Other artists on show are: Richard Artschwager, Azorro Group, Birkás Ákos, Olga Chernysheva, Mark Dion, Marcel Duchamp, Henry Flynt, Andrea Fraser, Hans Haacke, Halász Károly, Kele Judit, Kis Varsó/Little Warsaw, Kostil Danila, Oleg Kulik, Lakner László, Marysia Lewandowska, Dalibor Martinis, Menesi Attila, Ivan Moudov, NETRAF, Pauer Gyula, Allan Sekula, Kalin Serapionov, Sean Snyder, Nedko Solakov, Thomas Struth, Téreltérítés Munkacsoport, TNPU / IPUT (St.Turba Tamás), Tót Endre, Ulay

Curated by Barnabás Bencsik, Nikolett Erőss, Kati Simon, Krisztina Szipőcs, Hedvig Turai

Exhibition: July 22, 2011 – October 23, 2011

Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art
Palace of Arts
Komor Marcell u. 1, Budapest, H-1095

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Joanna Rajkowska in Poznan

Joanna Rajkowska, the Minaret Team and the Malta Foundation will present the project Minaret on a day of meetings and presentations entitled "This Is the Story of a Minaret that Never Happened" (To jest historia minaretu, który nie powstał).

11am to 8pm on July 7, 2011 at Stara Rzeżnia in Poznan.

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Hubert Czerepok and Agnieszka Polska in Dortmund

Participants of the group show

Gone to Croatan – Strategies of disappearance
04th June 2011 - 14th August 2011

Curated by Daniel Muzyczuk and Robert Rumas

Hartware MedienKunstVerein (HMKV)
im Dortmunder U (6th floor)
44137 Dortmund

Agnieszka Polska in Graz

Upcoming exhibition

As part of the group show entitled

Antje Majewski
The World of Gimel: How to Make Objects Talk

October 1st 2011 - January 15th 2012
Opening: October 1, 2011, 11am

Curated by Adam Budak.

Kunsthaus Graz, Space01
Lendkai 1
8020 - Graz, Austria

Further information can be found:

Katarzyna Kozyra The Rite of Spring at Art Unlimited 2011
Agnieszka Polska at Art Statements 2011



The ŻAK | BRANICKA Foundation is happy to present the publication POLISH!—a survey of 37 contemporary Polish artists, published in cooperation with the Art Stations Foundation and Hatje Cantz.

This book is the first of its kind to present a wide selection of 37 established, as well as up-and-coming new positions in contemporary Polish art.

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Szymon Kobylarz in Brussels

As part of a group show the work Civil Defense by Szymon Kobylarz will be presented at Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels.

The Power of Fantasy.
Modern and Contemporary Art from Poland

June 23th – September 18th 2011

Curated by David Crowley, Zofia Machnicka, Dr Andrzej Szczerski

Centre for fine Arts
Rue Ravenstein 23
1000 Bruxelles, Belgium

Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz (Witkacy) in Warsaw

Witkacy & Others
from the collection of Stefan Okołowicz and Ewa Franczak.
The exhibition presents a unique collection that includes a large body of photographic work by Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz, known as Witkacy, as well as works by other photographers active in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Opening: June 15th, 7 pm
June 16th - August 15th 2011

Orangerie, Museum Palace in Wilanów
Ul. Kostki Potockiego 10/16, 02-958 Warsaw, Poland

Detailed information:

Katarzyna Kozyra, Zofia Kulik and Józef Robakowski in Venice

As part of a group show on occasion of the 54th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale.

P A R T I CO L A R E. Paths of democracy
June 3rd – November 26th 2011

Curated by Andrzej Turowski and Grzegorz Musiał.

Opening: Friday, June 3rd 2011, 7 pm-12 pm
artists shall be present

Signum Foundation, Palazzo Donà
Campo San Polo 2177
30125 Venice, Italy


Joanna Rajkowska in Gdansk

As part of the group show Estrangement
Part of Alternativa International Contemporary Visual Art Festival at the Wyspa Institute of Art in Gdansk

29th May – 30th September 2011
Opening: 28th May 2011, 19 h

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Agnieszka Polska in Nowy Sacz

As part of the group show (including Vlatka Horvat)

Passion of an Ornithologist: Myth Making
26th May 2011 - 26th June 2011

Galeria Sztuki Wspolczesnej BWA SOKOL, Nowy Sacz, Poland

Curated by Adam Budak.


Hubert Czerepok in Kraków

Hubert Czerepoks Haunebu will be shown at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Kraków in a group exhibition entitled History in Art. The show is curated by Maria Anna Potocka.

20th May - 25th September 2011

Museum of Contemporary Art Kraków
ul.Lipowa 4
30-702 Kraków, Poland

Our booth at VIENNAFAIR 2011


Vlatka Horvat Exhibitions May / June

Vlatka Horvat - By Bending Back
11th May 2011 - 25th June 2011
annex 14 Gallery, Bern

Group show: "In the future everyone will be anonymous for 15 minutes"
12th May 2011 - 18th June 2011
Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna

"Passion of an Ornithologist: Myth Making"
26th May 2011 - 26th June 2011
Galeria Sztuki Wspolczesnej BWA SOKOL, Nowy Sacz, Poland

"No Network" - 1st Time Machine Biennale of Contemporary Art
27th May 2011 - 30th Sept 2011
The Atomic War Command Konjic, Bosnia and Herzegovina

"Too late, too little, (and how) to fail gracefully"
11th June 2011 - 25th Sept 2011
Fort Asperen, Netherlands


Dominik Lejman in Berlin

Dominik Lejman's video work Harnessed Swimmer will be shown at SAVVY Contemporary in a group exhibition entitled Here and now ...amnesia.

Other artists on show: Dalila Bouzar, Rebecca Loyche, Maryna Markova, Francisco Rozas

14th May 2011- 16th June 2011

SAVVY Contemporary
Richardstraße 43/44
12055 Berlin

Yane Calovski in Skopje

Participant at the group show

The Invisible Landscape
29th April – 15th June 2011

Curated by Marika Bocvarova Plavevska

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje
Samoilova bb, POBox 482
1000 Skopje, Macedonia


The Kronika Centre for Contemporary Art in Bytom presents

Szymon Kobylarz | Magazynier | meeting point 0.5
7th May 2011 - 28th April 2012

The project is curated by Stanisław Ruksza.

Dominik Lejman in Berlin

As part of the group show
Berlin - Choreography of a City
29th April – 12th May 2011

Dominik Lejman shows his videoinstallation To Pass Is Enough (public and side specific), 2011

Location: Forum Factory, Besselstr. 13-14, 10969 Berlin
More information:

Yane Calovski in Lisbon

Yane Calovski's video Hollow Land (2009) will be shown at PLATAFORMA REVóLVER para a Arte Contemporânea in a group show entitled What is foregone is still changing.

12th May 2011- 23th June 2011

More information can be found here:

ŻAK | BRANICKA - Gallery Weekend Berlin

29th April – 1st May 2011 

As part of the Gallery Weekend Berlin 2011 we present Roman Opałka: Octagon.

For further

Katarzyna Kozyra at the Kunstmuseum Bonn

On occasion of
VIDEONALE.13 - Festival for Contemporary Video Art at the Kunstmuseum Bonn

15th - 16th April 2011

Katarzyna Kozyra presents SUMMERTALE, 19"59

Opening: 14th April 2011

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Joanna Rajkowska in Konya

Joanna Rajkowska is taking part in the British Council's My City program in Turkey. Her public project Walter Benjamin in Konya will be presented in the main square of the city of Konya. Other participating artists in the My City program are Andreas Fogarasi, Minna Henriksson, Mark Wallinger and Clemens von Wedemeyer.

Opening: 21 October, 2010.

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Hubert Czerepok in Zacatecas, México

The project  Inner Circle by Hubert Czerepok is presented at Muno, the no-museum in in Zacatecas, México

Exhibition: from April 1st to May 20th,
For more information please

Inner Circle by Hubert Czerepok

A starting point for this project is Hubert Czerepok's interest in paranormal activities. He's been researching the phenomenon of contacting ghosts, levitations, miracles and bi-location for several years already. His work focuses in origins and developments of occult movements and societies, examining different aspects of 'abnormal' human behaviors and need to conquer paranormal forces.

Paweł Książek in Berlin

Paweł Książek's video work Dream is on show at Cream Contemporary in a group exhibition entitled Zwischen Utopie und Atopie until 2nd April 2011.

Other artists on show: Dimitrij Prigov, Tony Cragg and Bettina Krieg.

Cream Contemporary
Schröderstr. 14, 10115 Berlin

More information can be found here:

Yane Calovski in Frankfurt

The Deutsche Bank presents a part of its collection in the just reopened towers of its headquarter in Frankfurt / Main. The works of more than 60 international artists is installed on 60 floors. Yane Calovski's works Masterplan and Oskar Hansen's MOMA are part of the collection and can be visited at floor 9 of the Deutsche Bank Towers.

More information can be found here:

A catalogue accompanying the exhibition can be found here:

Katarzyna Kozyra and Joanna Rajkowska in Berlin

On the occasion of the release of Artur Żmijewski's interviewbook Trembling Bodies, the daadgalerie presents an exhibition with works by Paweł Althamer, Katarzyna Kozyra, Grzegorz Klaman, Zbigniew Libera, Jacek Markiewicz, Joanna Rajkowska and Monika Mamzeta (Zielińska). 

Artists' Talk at the opening (in english) with Joanna Rajkowska, Stanisław Ruksza & Artur Żmijewski at 8pm

Opening: February 10 2011, 7pm

Exhibition: February 11 – March 12, 2011

daadgalerie, Zimmerstraße 90/91, 10117 Berlin

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The project FLOWERS OF EVIL by Hubert Czerepok and Marek Wasilewski is presented at Galeria BWA in Zielona Góra.

Friday, January 7 at 19:00


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In an exhibition entitled AS OPPOSED TO THE FRONT, BACK, TOP AND BOTTOM, Bergen Kunsthall is showing recent works by Vlatka Horvat.

For the exhibition in NO.5 Horvat will be showing a major installation, as well as several new series of works on paper. Thematically, she has focused her exploration around the concepts of ‘the edge’ and ‘the centre’ as both spatial/physical and conceptual phenomena. Inherent in this is the idea that edges connote boundaries and limitations, whether in physical conditions like place and space, or in social relations in the form of normative expectations of interpersonal behaviour. Horvat’s work has its roots in the performing arts, and in her expression she may refer to both early performance art and Arte Povera from the 1960s and 1970s.

Opening: Friday 21 January at 8 pm

Exhibition: 21/01/2011 - 20/02/2011

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Agnieszka Polska in Vienna

Georg Kargel BOX will show works by Agnieszka Polska starting 13th January 2011. 

The exhibition will be entitled "Gardener's Responsibility". 

For more information please visit http:

CASTING Katarzyna Kozyra

Katarzyna Kozyra is looking for performers

Katarzyna Kozyra is currently preparing an autobiographical feature film and is looking for people to perform her character in this future movie about herself. Within her solo show CASTING at Zacheta National Gallery of Art there will be a casting room, where visitors can give their own interpretation of Katazyna Kozyra after gaining an overview on her and her work at the exhibition. Aside from works such as Pyramid of AnimalsBathhouse and films from the In Art Dreams Come True cycle there will also be presented archive material and documentary films to give the viewer the opportunity to experience the artist in her wide variety of forms and incarnations; she transforms into a man, a cheerleader, a voyeur, a drag queen or an opera diva amongst others. 

The material from the casting will be on show during the exhibition (with the performer's agreement) as well as build the basis for the artist's selection of the cast and for her reworking of the film's already existing script.

Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw

pl. Małachowskiego 3, 00-916 Warszawa

Opening: Friday, 3rd of December 2010, 7 pm

Exhibition / Casting: 3rd December 2010 - 13th February 2011.

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Under the name of PROJECT SPACE: INVOCATIONS OF THE BLANK PAGE, Spike Island is showing Vlatka Horvat in a group show with Martin Creed, Ryan Gander, Gareth Long, Anna Molska and Ignacio Uriarte.

What is the space that lies between ideas and their eventual articulation as language, actions or objects in the world? How can we define those interim moments of formlessness and effervescence that hover unpredictable and light before tipping into the realm of the real? This exhibition moves between the freefall lightness of thought and the contradictory weight of words as they form on the page. The works included gesture toward or take the form of blank sheets of paper: creased and folded, falling through space, or traversed by the body.

At the heart of the exhibition lies a concern with the elusiveness of meaning, the inadequacy of language and the struggle for creative expression.


Exhibition: Jan 21 - April 10, 2011


2 - 5 December 2010

Hall/ Entrance: B
Stand: N28

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Our participation is supported by funds from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland.

Hubert Czerepok in Poznan

Fleurs du Mal (with Marek Wasilewski)
Galeria Miejska Arsenal
3rd - 30th December 2010

from 7th January 2011 on the exhibition will be at Galeria BWA in Zielona Goraber.

Dominik Lejman in Berlin

Dominik Lejman's work will be on display at the exhibition Not just the body, but... at ConcentArt in Berlin Kreuzberg. 

Other artists on show are Michaele Brüll, Christian Hasucha, Lila Karbowska Hanna Nowicka, Roland Schefferski, Frank Schoppmeier and Piotr Wyrzykowski

ConcentArt e.V. Kreuzbergstr. 28, 10965 Berlin

Opening: 26th November, 7pm

Exhibition: 26th November – 26th December 2010

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Redefining Centre is the title of the first exhibition of the ARTLIGHT DOMAQUAREE, an exhibition of light art by contemporary artists, which takes place for the first time this November. The works shown at Redefining Centre deal with the effect of spaces in the light of aesthetic, content related and social aspects.

Dominik Lejman created To pass is enough especially for this event. The video work is positioned at the entrance of the Heiliggeistgasse and shows passers-by captured during the day and projected on the walkway as negative, alienated Shadows.

Exhibition: 11th - 25th November

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Dominik Lejman and Józef Robakowski in Lodz

Dominik Lejman's work My First Three Seconds meet my First Two Seconds and one of Józef Robakowski's works are part of the group show Peep Generation at Museum Sztuki in Lodz. 

Other artists on show are Joanna Biela Garrido, Brody/Paetau, Marty Deskur, Yingmei Duan, Karolina Freino, Paweł Kowyan, Kul/Mellin/Galon, Roman Polański, Karol Radyisyewski, Kama Sokolnicka, Markus Zimmermann, Alicja Żebrowska

Museum Sztuki, 36 ul. Wieckowskiego, Lodz

Opening: 9th November 2010, 6pm

Exhibition: 9th November – 19th December 2010

Artissima 2010

booth view


5 - 7 November 2010

ŻAK | BRANICKA will be presenting
Stanisław Dróżdż, Zofia Kulik, Paweł Książek, Hubert Czerepok and Agnieszka Polska

Hall: Azzurro/ Light Blue
Stand: 2

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VideoArt - FilmFestival Cottbus - Festival of East European Cinema

On occasion of the Festival of East European Cinema at the Kunstmuseum Dieselkraftwerk Cottbus
02 - 07 November 2010

Dreams take place in the past / Sny o przeszłości
Joanna Rajkowska
Maja Gordon jedzie do Chorzowa / Maya Gordon goes to Chorzów, 2006, 27:43 min
Robert Kuśmirowski
Datamatic 880, 2007, 11:00 min
Paweł Książek
Sen / Dream, 2009, 1:52 min
Agnieszka Polska
Kalendarz / The Calendar, 2008, 6:10 min

With friendly assistance of ŻAK | BRANICKA Gallery, Berlin and Polnisches Institut Berlin.

Katarzyna Kozyra in Dresden

In the context of the group-exhibition Von Fahnen, Farbbeuteln und Fixierungen the Motorenhalle in Dresden shows Katarzyna Kozyra's work Blood Ties. The exhibition concept focusses on the artist's view, what kind of codes do colours send and which relevancy do they have for social and behavioural structures, ideas and ideologies.

Other artists on show are Thomas Baumhekel, Anke Binnewerg, David Cerný, Susan Donath, Sándor Dóró, Igor Grubic, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Yuri Vassiliev, Sebastian Hempel, Grzegorz Klaman, Leszek Knaflewski, Rupprecht Matthies, Jana Morgenstern & Dagmar Mouton, Matt Mullican, Wolfgang Smy, Jirí Suruvka, Florian Thalhofer & Juliane Henrich, Herbert Warmuth, Karen Weinert.

Motorenhalle - Projektzentrum für zeitgenössiche Kunst, Wachsbleichstr. 4a, D-01067 Dresden

Opening: 13th October, 2010, 8pm

Exhibition: 14th October, 2010 - 15th Januar, 2011

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abc art berlin contemporary 2010

7 - 10 October 2010
Thu - Sat 12 - 9 pm  |  Sun 12 - 7 pm
Marshall-Haus, Position 2d
Berlin Exhibition Grounds
Messedamm 22
14055 Berlin
We will present Agnieszka Polska’s video Sensitization to Colour and the two series of photographs Death of a King and Cops and Robbers.

Agnieszka Polska in Cracow

Agnieszka Polska's Work Three Videos with Narration is currently on show at Bunkier Sztuki in Cracow. 

Opening: 7th October, 2010, 6pm

Exhibition: 7th - 31st October, 2010

Joanna Rajkowska in Lodz

Joanna Rajkowska is participating in the group exhibition Hostipitality. Receiving Strangers at the Museum Sztuki in Lodz. Other artists in the show are Monica Bonvicini, Gast Bouschet & Nadine Hilbert, Alexandra Croitoru, Jens Haaning, Agnieszka Kalinowska, Kolektyw Minaret, Adrian PaciDoris Salcedo, Société Réaliste , Krzysztof Wodiczko.

Exhibition: September 17 - October 17, 2010

Joanna Rajkowska at The Camera Club of New York

Joanna Rajkowska is taking part in the exhibition You Can’t Get There From Here at the CCNY. Other participating photographers are Stephen Berkman, Marco Citron and Jan Dziaczkowski.

Exhibition: September 10 – October 30, 2010

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Berlin Gallery District Launch

ŻAK | BRANICKA is part of the Berlin Gallery District initiative that will coordinate public relations for the district and its resident galleries around Checkpoint Charly. A shared website will provide dates, facts and information on collective events of the more than 40 galleries.

The first of such events will launch the initiative on Friday, 10th September, 2010. 

From 6 to 9 pm the participating galleries open their doors with special exhibition openings and extended opening hours. 

For further information please visit

Technical Support for ZAK BRANICKA Gallery

is provided by TOPEX/ Warsaw. Thank you!

Catalogue: Paweł Książek. N.N. vs. Artists

Published on the occasion of the solo exhibition of Paweł Książek at the Salzburger Kunstverein, July 16 - September 13, 2009. The catalogue assembles twelve images out of the series “N.N. vs. Artists”, as well as exhibiton views and a text by 
Sebastian Chichocki. With a preword by Hemma Schmutz.

Publisher: Salzburger Kunstverein

Monographie: Hubert Czerepok - Devil's Island

Following the exhibition Devil's Island at La Criée Centre for Contemporary Art in Rennes, France, from 22 Mai to 26 July 2009, the centre now publishes a monographie concerning Hubert Czerepok and his work. The publication will be in french and english. Textes and interviews about the artist and his work are contributed by Sebastian Cichocki, Daniel Muzyczuk, Marek Wasilewski, Monika Branicka, Marcin Krasn, Bogna Swiatowska, Joanna Zielinska.

448 Seiten, price 29 eur, ISBN 2-906890-05-7

Szymon Kobylarz and PaweŁ Olszczyński in FUKT Magazine

The latest issue of FUKT Magazine for Contemporary Drawing presents Szymon Kobylarz and Paweł Olszczyński. Thirteen curators, artists and writers were invited to select one artist each within the field of drawing. Szymon Kobylarz is presented by Asia Żak, Paweł Olszczyński by Monika Branicka.

On the image above you see Szymon Kobylarz's work Robert Johnson from 2010.


FUKT Magazine for Contemporary Drawing, issue No. 8/9.


Agnieszka Polska in Bucharest

Agnieszka Polska's work will be shown at the group show Nothing Important is Just Art at the ANAID ART GALLERY in Bucharest, Romania. The exhibition is organized by the Polish Cultural Institute in Bucharest and the Arsenal Gallery in Bialystok, Poland. The show is curated by Monika Szewczyk from Arsenal Gallery and all works on show are from the collection of the Arsenal Gallery and Podlachia Association for the Promotion of Fine Art.

Other artists on show are Laura Pawela, Julita Wójcik, Joanna Rajkowska, Magisters, Zbigniew Libera, Sędzia Główny, Rafał Bujnowski, Azorro, Paweł Susid, Katarzyna Kozyra, Piotr Kurak, Ewa Partum.

ANAID ART GALLERY, Str. Slobozia 34, 040524 Bucharest, Romania

Opening: 17th June, 2010, 7.30 pm

Exhibition: 17th June - 9th July, 2010

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Kasia Fudakowski at Bunkier Sztuki in Krakau

Kasia Fudakowski takes part at the group show Przeklenstwa wyobrazni (Curses of Imagination). Other participating artists are Hans Bellmer, Piotr Janas, Dorota Jurczak, Tomasz Kowalski, Goshka Macuga, Edmund Monsiel, Jakub Julian Ziółkowski  

Opening: June 17 2010

Exhibition: June 18 - August 29 2010

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Kasia Fudakowski, Szymon Kobylarz, Katarzyna Kozyra and Łukasz Skąpski in Kiel

The exhibition Die kleine Improvistation – polnische Kunst heute, curated by Dorothee Bienert gives an insight on the current polish art scene.
The artists whose works are shown in this exhibition reflect the effects of the political upheaval in the 1990s on the polish society, activate their memories of their childhood and adolescence in a socialist state, question the meaning of architecture for everyday life or deal  in a humoristic way with the void between high standards and improvised reality. Thereby not only personal stories but also a critical view on policy and society realized in a diverse range of media play a key role.

The exhibition is supported by the consulate general of the Republic of Poland in Hamburg and by the ministry for education and culture Schleswig Holstein in the context of Ars Baltica.

Other artists on show: Agnieszka Brzeżańska, Sławomir Elsner, Alicja Karska/Aleksandra Went, Tomasz Kowalski, Jacek Niegoda, Konrad Pustoła, Adam Witkowski, Julita Wójcik

Opening: June 11 2010

Exhibition: June 12 – August 29 2010

Stadtgalerie Kiel, Andreas-Gayk-Str. 31, 24103 Kiel, Germany

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Krzysztof Zielinski at Kordegarda, Warsaw

The exhibition at the Kordegarda Project in Warsaw is another part of the series Briesen, pursued by Krzysztof Zieliński since 1995. Briesen (name of the artists home town of Wąbrzeźno before 1945) is a whole series, documenting the artists personal experience of Berlin, his new domicile.

Exhibition: 10th June - 25th July, 2010
Opening: 9th June, 2010, 7 pm

Project Kordegarda, Zacheta National Gallery of Art, ul. Gałczyńskiego 3, Warsaw

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Hubert Czerepok at Galeria HIT in Bratislava

The exhibition titled UNCANNY shows amongst others the works of artist Hubert Czerepok. Other contributing artists are Anna Orlikowska, Laura Pawela, Daniel Rumiancew, Katarzyna Skupny, Zorka Wollny, Julia Zborowska

Curated by
Piotr Stasiowski

Exhibition: 1.6.2010-18.6.2010

1.6.2010 (Tuesday) at 7PM

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Agnieszka Polska at Polish Institute in Rome

Agnieszka Polska's work is part of the group show I See Things That Are Not There at the Polish Institute in Rome. The exhibition is a short story about museums and their compulsive and also capricious need of collecting objects. It consists mainly of works from the Museum's collection.

The show is presented by the Polish Institute in Rome and the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw.

Other participating artists are: Wojciech Bakowski, Tania Bruguera, Oskar Dawicki, Aneta Grzeszykowska, Sanja Ivekovic, Deimantas Narkevicius, Katerina Seda, Piotr Uklanski.

Polish Institute in Rome, Via Vittoria Colonna 1

Opening: 25th May, 2010

Exhibition:  25th May – 10th September 2010

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Yane Calovski at Tate Britain

Yane Calovski's Ponder Pause Process (A Situation) is part of the Contemporary Art Society's Centenary Programme at Tate Britain.

He has treated the Contemporary Art Society’s invitation to work with and from Tate's Collection and Archive as an opportunity to start a period of research that has led him, perhaps inevitably, to question a range of preconceptions and assumptions that relate to the collection and conservation of art.
Works included are amongst others by artists Francis Alys, Vito Acconci, Joseph Beuys, Emma Kay, Christopher Wool, Henri Matisse and Jeff Wall.

Opening: 15 May 2010
Exhibition: 16 May - 5 September 2010

On 15 May at 12:30am - 4:00pm OuUnPo (A Workshop of Potential Universes) will meet Calovski at Gallery 1 on 15 May for a discussion within the context of the installation.

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Katarzyna Kozyra at Sydney Biennale

17th Biennale of Sydney

May 12 - August 1, 2010

Hubert Czerepok in New York

Film still from Playoff by Hubert Czerepok, video, 2006, Podlaska Zacheta collection.

Hubert Czerepok participates at the group exhibition A Part of No-Part:Parallelisms Between Then and Now at Chelsea Art Museum in New York. 

Other exhibiting artists: Kuba Bakowski, Norman Leto, Józef Robakowski, Milena Dopitová, Jacek Malinowski, Slaven Tolj, Jiří Kovanda, Zdena Kolečková, Jiří Černický, Łukasz Gronowski, Piotr Żyliński, Pavel Mrkus, and Dario Solman

Exhibition: May 7 - June 19 2010

Michal Jankowski at Museum Junge Kunst Frankfurt (Oder)

The group show Grüsse aus Zielona Góra presents works of five young Polish artists such as Basia Banda (1980), Karolina Spiak (1983), Michal Jankowski (1977), Jaroslaw Jeschke (1977) and Rafal Wilk (1979). They explore the relations between Poland and Germany, which are especially relevant in cities like Zielona Góra or Frankfurt (Oder), both situated really close to the border.

opening: April 15 2010, 6pm

exhibition: April 15 - June 27 2010

Museum Junge Kunst, Carl-Phillip-Emanuel-Bach-Straße 11, D-15230 Frankfurt (Oder) 

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booth view


6th – 9th May 2010

ŻAK | BRANICKA will be presenting 

Katarzyna Kozyra, Szymon Kobylarz, Zofia Kulik and Agnieszka Polska

Hal A – stand A1302

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Agnieszka Polska at BWA gallery in Zielona Gora

Agnieszka Polska's work is shown at the group exhibition No Sleep! at BWA gallery in Zielona Góra.

Other Artists are:  Wojciech Bąkowski, Tymek Borowski, Łukasz Jastrubczak, Wojciech Kosma, Franciszek Orłowski, Sławomir Pawszak, Agnieszka Polska, Katarzyna Przezwańska, Paweł Sysiak, Paweł Śliwiński, Rafał Wilk, Julia Zborowska, Piotr Żyliński

Duration of the exhibition:  May 1 - May 23 2010

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ŻAK | BRANICKA - Gallery Weekend Berlin

30th April – 2nd May 2010

As part of the Gallery Weekend Berlin 2010 we present Paweł Książek Poelzig VS. Poelzig.

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ŻAK | BRANICKA - Art Brussels

23rd – 26th April 2010

ŻAK | BRANICKA will be presenting

Dominik Lejman, Michał Jankowski, Kasia Fudakowski and Paweł Książek

Hal 3 – stand 3c-08

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A first insight into the presented works can be gained at:

Our presentation is kindly supported by "Service culturel de l'Ambassade de Pologne en Belgique".

Art Brussels

Our booth at Art Brussels

Agnieszka Polska and KwieKulik in KW Institute for Contemporary Art

Agnieszka Polska and KwieKulik participate in the group show “Early Years” which opens at KW Institute for Contemporary Art (Berlin) on February 27th. The exhibition is curated by Sebastian Cichocki, Ana Janevski, Katarzyna Karwańska and Joanna Mytkowska and is presented by the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. It deals with contemporary Polish art coming to the fore. The curators invited artists that have collaborated with the museum since its inception.

Opening: February 27, 2010, 5 – 10 pm

Duration of the exhibition: February 28 – May 2, 2010

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Dominik Lejman at Biennale for International Light Art

Dominik Lejman is participating in the world’s first Biennale for International Light Art that takes place from March 28 to Mai 27 in the context of the European Capital of Culture RUHR.2010.

Agnieszka Polska in Aarhus

Agnieszka Polska participates in the group show The Good Old Days at  The Aarhus Art Building. The work of the invited artists takes on the inevitable uncertainties  and assumptions of re-historicisation as they place themselves within the very structures that their work critiques.

Duration of the exhibition: 6th February - 17th March 2010

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Hubert Czerepok in Poznan

Hubert Czerepok's exhibition "Conspiratorium" is going to be opened at Art Stations Foundation 4. February at 7 pm.

Duration of the exhibition: 5th February - 13th April 2010

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The Past is a Foreign Country

The exhibition entitled The Past is a Foreign Country presents the  works of artists (among others Agnieszka Polska and Krzysztof Zielinski) that materialize places from memories, animate invented  geographies, ask questions concerning their connection to identity and analyze the nature of remembering and forgetting.

Duration of the exhibition: 23rd January - 7th March 2010

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KwieKulik. Form is a fact of society

16 December 2009 - 7 February 2010

BWA Wrocław

The exhibition "KwieKulik. Form is a fact of society" presented at the BWA Awangarda Gallery in Wrocław is the first serious attempt to illuminate one of the most important artistic phenomena of post-war Polish art: the artistic duo Zofia Kulik and Przemysław Kwiek (KwieKulik) and their collective works from 1971 to 1987.

Caption: Action with a tube (detail), PDDiU, Warsaw 1975
photo by Przemysław Kwiek


6-8 NOVEMBER 2009



Katarzyna Kozyra, Zofia Kulik, Agnieszka Polska, Pawel Ksiazek, Hubert Czerepok

PAWEŁ KsiĄŻek in Poznan

The project "Silent Utopia" by Paweł Książek will be presented at Art Stations Foundation in Poznań.

Opening: October 1st, 2009, 7 pm

Duration of the exhibition:

October 2nd, 2009 - December 31st, 2009

Art Stations Foundation
ul. Półwiejska 42
61-888 Poznań

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Dominik Lejman

 Opening on Friday, September 25, 2009, 6-9 pm

art berlin contemporary

ZAK | BRANICKA with Dominik Lejman

Opening: Tuesday, September 22, 200, 7 pm

Festival of Dialogue of Four Cultures

exhibition "Anabasis. Rituals of Homecoming"

Curated by Adam Budak

opening: 5 September at 5.00 p.m. till 6.00 a.m.

Ludwik Grohman Villa, ul. Tylna 9/11
Book Art Museum, ul. Tymienieckiego 24
production: Festival of Dialogue of Four Cultures


artists: Lida Abdul, Helena Almeida, Mieke Bal, Yael Bartana, Rita Sobral Campos, Jonas Dahlberg, Edith Dekyndt, Elmgreen & Dragset, Famed, Jarosław Fliciński, Kasia Fudakowski, Lothar Hempel, Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler, Marine Hugonnier, Danilczyk & Krakowska, Susanne Kriemann, Agnieszka Kurant, Sharon Lockhart, Ernesto Neto, Adrian Paci, Mai-Thu Perret, Agnieszka Polska, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Mathilde Rosier, Esther Stocker, Dieter Roelstraete, Andriej Tarkowski


Szymon Kobylarz in ZachĘta

ECHELON70 is the new project of Szymon Kobylarz to be on display until 18 October 2009 at Galeria Kordegarda (Zacheta - National Gallery of Art) in Warsaw.

 Opening: September 4, 2009


PAWEŁ KSIĄŻEK at Kunstverein Salzburg

Opening:  15th July 2009, 8 p.m.

16.7.2009 - 13.9.2009

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Katarzyna Kozyra: XVI. Rohkunstbau

Katarzyna Kozyra is participating in the exhibition XVI. Rohkunstbau at Schloss Marquardt in Potsdam.

Opening:  11th July 2009, 4:30 p.m.

12.7.2009 - 13.9.2009

Menschenbilder 1620/2009

Michal Jankowski, Pawel Ksiazek and Zofia Kulik are participating in the exhibition Menschenbilder 1620/2009 at Museum Abtei Liesborn in Wadersloh-Liesborn. 

21.6.2009 - 16.8.2009

Aktuelle Positionen aus Polen -> at Weltecho, Chemnitz

In two secutive exhibitions, Zorka Wollny,  Laura Pawela and Hubert Czerepok are presenting movies, videos, photos and installations, which are expressing their sense to globalisation

The exhibitions are supported by ŻAK | BRANICKA Gallery

"Der Blick aus dem Cockpit 1" (Zorka Wollny and Laura Pawela)

Opening: 9th May 2009, 8pm

9 May - 26 June 2009

 "Der Blick aus dem Cockpit2" (Hubert Czerepok)

Opening: 26 May 2009, 8pm

26 May - 09 August 2009


ART |  BASEL | Film the video by Katarzyna Kozyra Cheerleader from the series In Art Dreams Come True  will be presented on Friday June 12, 2009 at 10 p.m.


European Kunsthalle, Köln

October 2-10, 2009

Yane Calovski: Master Plan/Hollow Land is presented within the exhibition series "Appearance/Auftritt", with Julia Scher, Katja Davar, Miriam Bäckström and Yane Calovski, September 11-October 10, 2009. See also

PaweŁ KsiĄŻek at ART | BASEL Statements

At Art Basel Statements 2009 ŻAK | BRANICKA will be presenting a solo show with Paweł Książek Silent Utopia.

Please visit our booth: Hall 1, Booth S3
10-14 June 2009

Paweł Książek’s project Silent Utopia is a speculative fantasy regarding the infiltrations and connections between Eastern European modernism in architecture and German silent film of the 1920’s. The Art Basel Statements presentation focuses on Metropolis, the 1925 film by director and architect, Fritz Lang, and the implementations of such prominent architects of the period.
Paweł Książek examines the connections between this architecture and the film and based on these connections, he proposes a hypothetical analogy for the existence of a sensibility common to that era of creators and thinkers. Upon examining both aesthetics, he wonders whether there were visual markers that could have been prognostic of the impending catastrophe.  Książek speculates about how a film could look, and how its content would be altered or maintained, when Czech, Hungarian or Polish architecture replaces the scenography. What would it look like if the film was made in Prague with the Bata Shop building in the background (Ludvik Kysela, Bata Store, Prague 1929), or in Brno in front of Josef Kranz’s 1929 Café Era, using the building’s neon E-R-A sign to light the street on a Metropolis night? In fact, why wasn’t the film shot on Warsaw’s “Ulica Przyszlosci” (“Future Street”) designed by Lech Niemojewski in 1925?
Paweł Książek’s paintings and photomontages function as his tools in effacing the border between document and fiction. By juxtaposing and overlaying these two historical phenomena, connected by a trust in the future and contemporaneously created in different places in Europe, Pawel Książek has built his own fake vision of the past.

Hubert Czerepok: Devil's Island

Hubert Czerepok's solo exhibition Devil's Island opens May 22, 2009 at La Criée - Centre d'Art Contemporain Rennes.

22.05.2009 - 26.07.2009

At the core of Czerepok`s oeuvre are the connections between fiction, topicality and historical events. It is not the facts themselves that interest the artist, but rather the way they begin with shifts, mutations, and unimaginable formal and semantic transformations.

For Devil’s Island (2009), the video installation on show at La Criée, the artist visited the rocky islet off the coast of Kourou in French Guiana, famed for the penal colony to which many French political prisoners – including Alfred Dreyfus – were condemned. The images he brought back are projected onto a hexagonal sculpture referencing another form of disciplinary power: the Panopticon. Part of a circular prison building, the Panopticon allows full-time surveillance of prisoners without their knowing if they are being watched or not, the result being a sense of invisible omniscience.

The exhibition also includes a series of drawings, Seances, which brings together media images relating to some tragic current event, spiritualist séances or sexual scenes. The initial Seances series retained only a minimal trace of the originals, while the images made for the Rennes exhibition combine areas of flat black with line drawing. Here Czerepok pays tribute to Goya’s Disasters of War engravings and their demonstration of all the atrocious cruelty mankind is capable of. In this new look at glamorised, mass-produced media violence, the artist forces the image back into its genuinely traumatising, critical role.

The Devil’s Island exhibition comprises a highly diverse selection of works that lead us to reflect on different forms of power, the way they are depicted and the impact of this depiction on our lives.

MichaŁ Jankowski: Twilight

The solo exhibition of Michał Jankowski Twilight opens May 29, 2009 at Kronika Bytom.

29.05.2009 - 11.07.2009

Szymon kobylarz: FIFTY FIFTY

Szymon Kobylarz is participating in the exhibition Fifty Fifty. Art in Dialog with the 50s in Wien Museum Karlsplatz.

14/5/2009 - 11/10/2009

PaweŁ KsiĄŻek in Schloss-Corvey

Paweł Książek is a participant in the exhibition Von Liebeslust und Lebenslast - der inszenierte Alltag, in which 17th century Dutch painting meets contemporary figure painting.

10 May - 23 August 2009

Agnieszka Polska: Breathless

Agnieszka Polska is participating in a group exhibition Breathless curated by Adam Budak in Vienna.

Opening: May 7th, 2009, 7pm

8 - 30 May 2009


Landstr. - Hauptstr. 1c

1030 Vienna


ZOFIA KULIK presents KwieKulik: Dobromierz X

Atlas Sztuki in Lodz (Poland) has just opened the exhibition: ZOFIA KULIK presents KwieKulik: Dobromierz X.

The exhibition will be open from November 21st, 2008 until January 11th, 2009, Tue- Fri 4 P.M.- 8 P.M, Sat- Sun 11 A.M – 5 P.M..

Atlas Sztuki
Ul. Piotrkowska 114/116
90-006 Lodz Poland

ViennaFair 2009

07. to 10. May 2009

ŻAK | BRANICKA participates in ViennaFair 2009 with Michał Jankowski, Kasia Fudakowski, Agnieszka Polska, Józef Robakowski, Yane Calovski.

Please visit our booth: Hall A, Booth 1103

Zbigniew Rogalski

JÓzef Robakowski Films at the Brotfabrikkino

02.04.2009, 19:00 Uhr
RYNEK, 5 min., 1970
IDĘ..., 3,5 min., 1973
TANIEC Z DRZEWAMI, 3 min., 1984
PAMIĘCI L. BREŻNIEWA, 9 min., 1982
O MOICH PALCACH..., 6 min., 1981
SZTUKA TO POTĘGA !, 9 min. 1984
OJEJ, BOLI MNIE NOGA, 4 min., 1992
Z MOJEGO OKNA 1978-1999, 19 min., 2000


Józef Robakowski's film, View from My Window, is to be shown at the 59th International Filmfestspiele Berlin.

The film will be screened as part of the "After Winter Comes Spring" Short Film series at the Zeughauskino in the Deutsches Historisches Museum on Sunday, February 8th at 9pm and on Friday, February 13th at 6:30pm.


An exhibition review Das Komikkorrektiv. Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz and Jozef Robakowski at ŻAK | BRANICKA by Dominikus Müller has just been published in artnet Magazin.


You are cordially invited to the exhibition of Hubert Czerepok entiteld "Haunebu" at The Peenemünde Historical Technical Information Center.

The exhibition is open from 12th february 2009 to 19th April 2009.

Opening: 12th of Ferbuary 2009, 3 P.M. 

The Peenemünde Historical Technical Information Center

17449 Peenemünde



Gallery BWA in Wroclaw (Poland) cordially invites you to the solo show of Laura Pawela, entitled "It Hurts Me Too".

Duration of the exhibition: 22 January - 15 March 2009.

BWA Design Gallery, ul.Swidnicka 2-4, 50-067 Wroclaw, Poland


Krzysztof Zielinkski's exhibition "Palac" opens at Zamek in Poznan on March 9th. This photography exhibition shows fragments from the "Briesen" series, which explore his relationship with Berlin, first as a visitor, emigrant and a Pole, and then later as one of its inhabitants.  His show "Everything Alright?" opens at Starter (also in Poznan) on March 13th. This solo exhibition shows further elements from the "Briesen" series (1995 - 2009).

"Palac" at Zamek

Opening: 18.00 on 8th March

Duration of the exhibition: 9.03.10 - 30.04.10

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"Everything Alright?" at Starter

Opening: 19.00 on 12th March

Duration of the exhibition: 13.03.10 - 28.03.10

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Gallery BWA Zielona Gora cordially invites you to the solo exhibition of Michał Jankowski entiteld Zachodźże Słoneczko.

Opening: Tuesday, 6th January 2009 at 6 pm

BWA Zielona Góra
ul. Niepodległości 19
65-048 Zielona Góra, Poland 

Zofia Kulik: Menschenbilder 1620/2009

Zofia Kulik is participating in the exhibition Menschenbilder 1620/2009 at Museum Abtei Liesborn in Wadersloh-Liesborn.

21.6.2009 - 16.8.2009

Kasia Fudakowski "Birne"

Gallery TÄT cordially invites you to the exhibition of Kasia Fudakowski and Marco Meiran entiteld Birne.

Opening Friday, November 14th 2008, 6.00 P.M.

Schönhauser Allee 161A 


Hall 18, booth 147 

31.October - 3.November 2008

ŻAK | BRANICKA with: Zofia Kulik, Kasia Fudakowski, Jarosław Flicinski, Paweł Książek, Dominik Lejman, Sławomir Toman, Jozef Robakowski.

Booth concept: Is Ornament a Crime?

It seems that we fell so deeply in love with Modernism that we have forgotten the seductive power of the Ornament, its antithesis. And maybe it is not concerned with forgetting but rather with a type of shame about the lack of content in the Ornament and the favor, which we sense when we allow a look into this rhythmic slip. But the Ornament, which in the beginnings of Modernism was compromised and even sometimes proscribed as criminal, is today reborn in a new form. We long for the emotion that it arouses, we dream of it and of refreshing this visual delight. Today, Adolf Loos’ excommunication of this is no longer relevant: the Ornament is not a crime. It is rather a passion. The chosen works are arranged such that they are mutually enervated, and so that their visual power – just as that of the Ornament – is also reciprocally supported by its surroundings. The viewer should be physically satisfied, involved in visual bliss: quietly losing focus, they are taken by a dizzying Vertigo. There is sufficient motivation to be freed from the shame of the Ornament. The choice is not an attempt to locate the border between the figurative and abstract. Rather, here we are shown the importance of the blurred transitions and the impossibility of an existence without these supporting inspirations.


You are cordially invited to the cooperative project EUROGUM, the first german solo exhibition of Piotr Jaros.

Curated by Barbara Steiner and Arnold Bartetzky.

The exhibition takes place at different locations at the same time:

10/24 - 10/26  2008 | 10 am - 7 pm | GRASSI MUSEUM Johannisplatz 5 - 11, Leipzig
MADE IN CHINA // object- and video installation 

10/24 – 11/21/2008 | 11 am – 12 pm | Galerie für Zeit- genössische Kunst/Cafe| Karl-Tauchnitz-Straße 11, Leipzig
BIAC // short film

10/25/2008 [Sat] | 6 pm – 7 pm | Pierogi Gallery | Spinnereistraße 7, Leipzig | Hall 10
POLISH // performance

10/26/2008 [Sun] | 7 pm | Polnisches Institut Leipzig | Markt 10, Leipzig | free entrance
HABITUATION HOUSE // photo- and video installation

10/28/2008 [Tue] 5 pm | Polnisches Institut Leipzig | Markt 10, Leipzig |  Films.

”Bewegte Stilleben- young polish videoart”

The Brandenburgischer Kunstverein Potsdam e.V cordially invites you to the opening of the exhibition ”Bewegte Stilleben- junge polnische Videokunst” with Rafał Bujnowski, Hubert Czerepok, Wojtek Doroszuk, Laura Pawela, Agnieszka Polska, Zorka Wollny.

Curated by Astrid Mania.

Opening Saturday, September 27th 2008, 7.00 P.M.

Brandenburgischer Kunstverein Potsdam e.V.

Brandenburger Straße 5

Potsdam, Germany

The exhibition will be open from September 28th until November 19th, 2008, Tuesday- Saturday 12 A.M.- 6 P.M.

European Month of Photography Berlin 2008

Katarzyna Kozyra, Summer's Tale

Opening: Friday, 31.10.2008, 6 - 9 pm

Exhibition: 01.11.2008 - 10.12.2008

art berlin contemporary

04-07.September 2008 

ŻAK | BRANICKA with Katarzyna Kozyra

Press Release


Supported by: EIDOTECH

Krzysztof ZieliŃski "Millennium School"

You are cordially invited to the exhibition of Krzysztof Zieliński entiteld "Millenium School" at Center of Contemporary Art in Torun.

Curated by Joanna Zielińska

The exhibition is open from Nov 14, 2008 to Jan 31, 2009.

Waly gen. Sikorskiego 13
Torun, Poland

 Video tour of the exhibition: 


„Gutes Rad war teuer“ is the article about ŁUKASZ SKAPSKI‘S series, "The Machines", published in DIE ZEIT (Zeit Magazin Leben) on the 28th of August, 2008.

Online version:



The Bunkier Sztuki Contemporary Art Gallery cordially invites you to the opening of the exhibition of Paweł Książek entitled Sets

Opening: Friday, June 6th, 2008, 6.00 P.M.

pl. Szczepanski 3a

Cracow, Poland

The exhibition will be open from June 7th untill July 6th, 2008, Tuesday-Wednesday, Friday-Sunday: 11.00 A.M. -6.00 P.M. Thursday: 11.00 A.M. - 8.00. P.M.

ViennaFair 2008

ŻAK | BRANICKA has participated at the ViennaFair 2008, that took place from 24 until 27 April 2008. ŻAK | BRANICKA has present an exhibition of works by Hubert Czerepok, Szymon Kobylarz, Paweł Książek and Krzysztof Zieliński in Hall A, booth A0114.


The true fiction / the fictional truth

The exhibition presented at the ŻAK | BRANICKA stand focuses on one side, on how deeply we believe in the fulfillment of those promises of a future that will always remain utopic and on the other hand, on how much we doubt the probability of phenomena, that most likely are real.
We had belived in a future so much, but it proved to be a catastrophy even before it was fully manifested. Everything that Modernism had promised us has remained unfulfilled, and the dream of the splendit future has turned out to be fiction. The topic of the utopia of Modernism is taken up in the work of Szymon Kobylarz in the model of a building that has been built after the L´Unite d´habitation de Marseille of Le Corbusier. This building stands today in the industrial city of Katowice (Poland), while the original no longer exists. In the work, Superjednostka the artist has sentenced the building to destruction.
To the past refers also Krzysztof Zielinski, who has photographed his primary school built in the 60´s. In his works the harshness of the socialistic epoch becomes cozy. Even deeper into the past reaches Pawel Ksiazek as he refers to the exclusive aesthetic of De Stjil, and exposes its affiliations with the visual culture of the Black Metal. These works deal with the way the blending of high culture into mass culture proceeds.
The project of Hubert Czerepok is a classic reenactment of events that took place in the 70´s, in a small village in Poland. Even if we believe in conspiracy theories, we don´t want to believe in the landing of an UFO, even if it could be true.

T for Turkey

T for Turkey

Friday, May 9th 2008, 8 p.m.

An evening with film and music, presented within the "Kronika´s Alphabet" project organized by Centre for Contemporary Art Kronika, Poland.

The participants: X and Y

The project has been supported by the Polish Institute in Berlin, The Ars Cameralis Silesiale Superioris