BRATISLAVA PRO WRATISLAVIA / WRATISLAVIA PRO BRATISLAVA

4.10. - 27.10.2017 | výstava | An exhibition presenting the work of Polish painters associated with Akademie Sztuk Pięknych im. Eugeniusza Gepperta in Wroclaw

BRATISLAVA PRO WRATISLAVIA / WRATISLAVIA PRO BRATISLAVA - invitation
BRATISLAVA PRO WRATISLAVIA / WRATISLAVIA PRO BRATISLAVA - invitation
BRATISLAVA PRO WRATISLAVIA / WRATISLAVIA PRO BRATISLAVA - opening event
BRATISLAVA PRO WRATISLAVIA / WRATISLAVIA PRO BRATISLAVA - opening event
BRATISLAVA PRO WRATISLAVIA / WRATISLAVIA PRO BRATISLAVA - opening event
BRATISLAVA PRO WRATISLAVIA / WRATISLAVIA PRO BRATISLAVA - opening event
BRATISLAVA PRO WRATISLAVIA / WRATISLAVIA PRO BRATISLAVA - opening event
BRATISLAVA PRO WRATISLAVIA / WRATISLAVIA PRO BRATISLAVA - opening event
BRATISLAVA PRO WRATISLAVIA / WRATISLAVIA PRO BRATISLAVA - opening event
BRATISLAVA PRO WRATISLAVIA / WRATISLAVIA PRO BRATISLAVA - opening event
BRATISLAVA PRO WRATISLAVIA / WRATISLAVIA PRO BRATISLAVA - opening event
BRATISLAVA PRO WRATISLAVIA / WRATISLAVIA PRO BRATISLAVA - opening event
Andrej Rafałowitz - Untitled, 2017
Marcelina Groń - Permeation, 2014
Piotr C. Kawalski - Untitled, 2012
installation view
Andrej Rafałowitz - Untitled, 2017
installation view
installation view
installation view
Marta Szymczakowska - Living room in Bydgoska Street, 2017
installation view
installation view
Anastazja Jarodzka -10PLN, 2017
Anastazja Jarodzka -1000PLN, 2017
installation view
Jacek Jarczewski - Dispersive structures 2, 2017
installation view
installation view
Sylwia Owcarek - Bathroom, wave, 2015
Roland Grabkowski -Beyond, 2017
Roland Grabkowski -Beyond II, 2017, polyester, 60x45x30cm

 

BRATISLAVA PRO WRATISLAVIA / WRATISLAVIA PRO BRATISLAVA

 

Opening event: 4.10.2017 at 7:30pm

Duration of exhibition: 4.10. - 27.10.2017

Curators: Marta Borgosz, Marek Jakubek, Piotr Kielan, Wojciech Pukocz

Participants: Karol Babicz, Karolina Balcer, Piotr Błażejewski, Marta Borgosz, Roland Grabkowski, Waldemar Graczyk, Marcelina Groń, Jarosław Grulkowski, Łukasz Huculak, Marek Jakubek, Jacek Jarczewski, Anastazja Jarodzka, Janusz Jaroszewski, Eugeniusz Józefowski, Joanna Kaucz, Piotr Kielan,
 Anna Kołodziejczyk, Stanisław Kortyka, Anna Kowalska-Szewczyk, Piotr C. Kowalski,
 Anna Maria Kramm, Waldemar Kuczma,
 Marek Kulig, Paweł Lewandowski-Palle, Wojciech Lupa,
 Michał Marek, Daria Milecka,
 Eugeniusz Minciel, Kasper Minciel, Łukasz Morawski, Kamil Moskowczenko, Zdzisław Nitka, Sylwia Owczarek, Joanna Pałys, Przemek Pintal, Marlena Promna, Wojciech Pukocz,  Bartosz Radziszewski, Andrzej Rafałowicz, Sonia Ruciak, Patrycja Sap, Piotr Saul, Michał Sikorski, Krzysztof Skarbek, Norman Smużniak,  Stanislav Stankoci,  Marta Szymczakowska, Lech Twardowski, Piotr Tyszkowski, Krzysztof Wałaszek, Urszula Wilk

In parallel, 4 exhibitions of contemporary Polish paintings in:

DOM UMENIA BRATISLAVA
2. floor, Námestie SNP 12

GALÉRIA MESTA BRATISLAVY - PÁLFFYHO PALÁC
3. floor, Panská 19

POĽSKÝ INŠTITÚT
Námestie SNP 27

GALÉRIA MEDIUM
VŠVU, Hviezdoslavovo námestie 18

 

BRATISLAVA PRO WRATISLAVIA / WRATISLAVIA PRO BRATISLAVA is an artistic project which aims to tighten the cooperation between two important artistic and academic centres. The project also serves as a platform for the exchange of experience between the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava and the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wroclaw. The artwork by the artists from Bratislava was presented in three Wroclaw galleries in the spring this year.

Now it's time for Wroclaw artists to visit Bratislava. Four Bratislavian exhibition institutions: Kunsthalle, Polish Institute, the Bratislava City Museum – Palffy Palace and the Medium Gallery showcase a large collection of the newest artwork by Wroclaw artists, representatives of various generations, ranging from professors with an established reputation to young assistants who take their first steps into the world of artistic confrontations. Their works have been made quite recently and in most cases are being shown for the first time. This largest ever presentation of the Wroclaw artistic circle in the capital of Slovenia is a great opportunity to show a stylistic variety, diverse interests and a wide spectrum of approaches among Wroclaw artists. The four exhibitions were intended by the organisers to give a representative picture of the condition of painting in one of the largest and most dynamic artistic centres in Poland. We hope that they'll prove to be a visual pleasure and a fascinating and thought-provoking experience for the audience.