Art news from ‘Zachęta National Gallery of Art’

Zacheta Gallery, Warsaw: Free Time. Photographs

Free Time. Photographs 13.08 – 22.09 Romuald Broniarek, Aleksander Jałosiński, Bogdan Łopieński, Jan Morek, Wojciech Plewiński, Tadeusz Rolke Free Time. Photographs, Zachęta – National Gallery of Art, 2013, exhibition view, photo Agencja Medium These six photographers – the oldest of them born in 1928, the youngest in 1940 – spent most of their professional lives […]

Zachęta Gallery, Warsaw: FREELANCER

Freelancer 04.06 – 04.08.2013 Participating artists: Roman Dziadkiewicz, Rafał Jakubowicz, Paweł Jarodzki, Alicja Karska & Alesandra Went, Kamil Kuskowski, Jerzy Kosałka, Zbigniew Libera, Aleksandra Polisiewicz, Anna Senkara & Cezary Koczwarski, Zorka Wollny & Artur Zagajewski, Julita Wójcik A freelancer by definition is a person with a non-specific work time or commitment to a particular employer, […]

Zacheta Gallery, Warsaw: On a Journey

Paweł Althamer, "Boat and Diving Bell", 1991, installation, Zachęta National Gallery collection On a Journey 21.03 – 25.04 On a Journey is a second exhibition realised by the Zachęta National Gallery of Art as part of the project Art Gallery at Chopin Airport. The works on display are from Zachęta’s current collection, built since the […]

Zachęta National Gallery, Warsaw: New Sculpture

Monika Sosnowska, Stairway, 2010 Photo: courtesy of Galerie Gisela Capitain, Köln New Sculpture at Warsaw's Zachęta National Gallery 09.03.2012 – 13.05.2012 The underlying concepts of modernism and its offshoots continue to found major theories of art, particularly in the realm of sculpture in recent decades. The current exhibition strives to explore these tendencies and weigh […]

Zachęta National Gallery, Warsaw: Territories Doubly Regained

Andrzej Tobis, Gazetka ścienna / Post bill, from the A-Z Educational Cabinets series, 2007 Territories Doubly Regained – Three Generations of Art and Society Agnieszka Le Nart 02.03.2012 – 13.05.2012 Bogdan Łopieński, Andrzej Tobis and Krzysztof Żwirblis are artists who work in three entirely distinct forms of media and with one common goal – to […]

Zachęta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw: UNTITLED

Goshka Macuga, The Letter, 2011, tapestry, photo by Przemysław Pokrycki Goshka Macuga – Untitled Solo in Warsaw 02.12.2011 – 19.02.2012 The Polish artist delves into the archives of Warsaw's museums to uncover the many faces of censorship in art since 1989 World-renowned artist Goshka Macuga has been exhibited extensively in Europe and, most recently, in […]