Piotrek Chuchla
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poster by Wojciech Freudenreich

Research - wskazówki

Research - wskazówki

Zbiór cech dobrego znaku graficznego

Zbiór cech dobrego znaku graficznego

Katarzyna Przezwańska created painting interventions in Bródno Sculpture Park, using the „natural” phenomena of this place, paying attention to use of building materials, as well as using found objects with sculptural properties.

Katarzyna Przezwańska created painting interventions in Bródno Sculpture Park, using the „natural” phenomena of this place, paying attention to use of building materials, as well as using found objects with sculptural properties.

Sławek Pawszak, zwycięski projekt fasady Muzeum Sztuki Nowoczesnej w Warszawie/ Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw nad Wisłą

Sławek Pawszak, zwycięski projekt fasady Muzeum Sztuki Nowoczesnej w Warszawie/ Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw nad Wisłą

"Barge-haulers": Paweł Althamer alludes to the well-known painting "Barge-Haulers on the Volga" by Ilya Repin to metaphorically present Museum’s own current situation—a constant struggle to build its own building. The sculpture, made using the artist’s own special technique, contains the figures of the first eleven members of the Museum team.

"Barge-haulers": Paweł Althamer alludes to the well-known painting "Barge-Haulers on the Volga" by Ilya Repin to metaphorically present Museum’s own current situation—a constant struggle to build its own building. The sculpture, made using the artist’s own special technique, contains the figures of the first eleven members of the Museum team.

Jonathan Horowitz's "Untitled (Arbeit Macht Frei)" is a replica of the notorious sign from the Auschwitz concentration camp—“work makes you free”—a saying whose grotesque irony has come to symbolise the horror of the Holocaust.

Jonathan Horowitz's "Untitled (Arbeit Macht Frei)" is a replica of the notorious sign from the Auschwitz concentration camp—“work makes you free”—a saying whose grotesque irony has come to symbolise the horror of the Holocaust.