The Most Beautiful Catastrophe
artists: Lukáš Houdek, Oto Hudec, Ivana Mariposa Čonková, Magda Fabiańczyk, Francesca and Sára, Milan Kohout, Kundy Crew, Lidija Mirković, Moje Ralsko, Csaba Nemes, Tomáš Rafa, Michaela Pospíšilová Králová, Richard Wiesner
exhibition design: Radim Labuda
The moon is for adults only
Artists: Olaf Brzeski, Hubert Czerepok, Inchrome, Natalia Juranek, Katarzyna Łaciak, Rubén Serna, Dominik Skiendziel, Grażyna Sokołowska, Rafał Urbacki, Paweł Wątroba, Konrad Wujciów
And: Alicja, Arek, Daria, Dawid, Dominik, Dorota, Iga, Julita, Klaudia, Magda, Martyna, Michał, Olga, Patryk, Roksana
Wiktor Stribog. Dreams About Being Eaten Away
Agatha gets to the Mushroom Land through the hollowed apple. She meets a squirrel Maggie there, who can be everywhere, even in Agatha’s nose, and encourages her to find a mushroom light in herself. From their shared adventures we learn how to make out of paper, how to properly the phone, and how your child.
Juraj Florek. Coal and Eggs
The idea behind Juraj Florek's work is simple - as a painting subject he chooses the contemporary urban environment, urban landscape, and particularly its industrial and post-industrial fabric.
Marek Wodzisławski. The Dead Zone
Marek Wodzisławski places the biological death in the dead zone, understood as an area of non-existence where connectedness is not possible. Its apparent concealment is synonymous with inability to experience and human fear of disintegration and decomposition.
Małgorzata Goliszewska. I wish you all the best in the world
“I’ve read a lot of self-help books: Polish, American, online, I became an expert. For two years I lived surrounded by advice, tips and cautions.”
Grzegorz Hańderek. Nothing Happened at All
The exhibition Nothing happened at all by Grzegorz Hańderek comments on the issue of symbolic and imagined community that refers to the mythologized past moulded by trauma or mythically-symbolic instinct of quasi-religious roots, where community is understood as an oppressive phenomenon.
Małgorzata Szandała. Internationalism: A Note on the Landscape With a Potted Fig Tree and a Spielplatz
1. „to advocate equal rights, friendship and cooperation among all nations”
2. „a loanword that appears in several languages with the same meaning”
Dorota Hadrian. Marzanna
In 1929, Virginia Woolf advocated for female artists to have their own income and their own locked room. In 2018, a studio of one's own is still a dream for most female artists.
Martyna Wolna. Bitterly, Bitterly
„Look, there is a job for you. You’ll only need to go and say: a line, a dot; you’ll watch the beautiful bodies. That’s all. And the cash ends up in your pocket.”1
Adelina Cimochowicz. How do you all feel today?
The starting point of the first individual exhibition of Adelina Cimochowicz is an irrational anxiety that derives out of the lack of self-trust.