Maria Kiesner Stage Size: 120x90
Buildings, edifices, objects. Anchored in our memory, in our thinking about cities, outskirts, in images of different journeys, in perception of a rural road, a sea shore, a terrace, a backyard. The roughness of concrete, the smell of timber, the vermillion of brick, the colour of neon. A house, a palace, a factory, a station. An arbour in the park, a gateway, a swimming pool, a springboard, a gasoline station. Light falling onto the floor, walls, the asphalt of the road. Encoded views, landscapes complemented with architecture.
No content, no narration, no commentary, no reality shown. Without satire or taking things with a pinch of salt. No martyrdom, politics, social fights. Without Sigismund’s Column, Saint Mary’s Basilica, Sukiennice, Gomułka, Gierek,
Darek Pala, the artist until recently known mainly as a painter has entered the world of sculpture. His colourful installations have been on display in the garden of the University of Warsaw Library. To celebrate this, Galeria Art is organising an exhibition of his early paintings that date back to the times of his arrival to Warsaw, following his graduation of the Arts Academy in Kraków.
Łukasz Majcherowicz - a serious man. A serious type of painting – studied and measured.
A great emergence. After his studies in Warsaw and numerous travels Zielonka came back to his hometown. On the distant outskirts, in the house whose windows overlook a mobile network tower, he is trying to keep his distance from the world.
The devil lurks behind the cross? Come to find out and hear the artist’s confession – on 22 December, in vernissage. We begin at 7:00 p.m.
- says Homo Faber, the eponymous character from the Max Frisch’s novel, seeing Sabeth – a girl with a ponytail.
Szymon Parafiniak is a musical maniac – present at concerts, a friend of jazz artists.
The marriage of painting, design and business. Painter Maria Kiesner (the ART Gallery) and Marnix van Hoe, a representative of the Belgian property development industry, are cordially inviting everyone to see the exhibition entitled ‘The Idea Hidden in Things’.
The Night of Museums disrupts our sleep pattern. Instead of heading for bed, we are queuing, yawning incessantly..