Studios at „Sculpture in Search of a Place”
From 01.02.2021 at Zacheta Gallery you can see my project „Sudios” at the exhibition „Sculpture in Search of a Place” where I’m presenting new project.
The project presents the studios of the following artists:
Paweł Althamer, Hakan Bakir, Piotr Bosacki, Zuzanna Janin, Koji Kamoji, Edward Krasiński, Robert Kuśmirowski, Norman Leto, Edward Łazikowski, Anna Orlikowska, Joanna Przybyła, Joanna Rajkowska, Janek Simon, Konrad Smoleński, Monika Sosnowska, Maciej Szańkowski, Iza Tarasewicz , Xawery Wolski
I would like to thank all the creators and institutions participating in my project for their openness and help.
Subjective Photography in Polish art 1956 – 1969 at Białystok Interphoto festival
17.10 – 17.11.2019
Openinig: 17.10.2019 6pm
Muzeum Podlaskie w Białymstoku
Town Hall in Białystok, Rynek Kościuszki 10
Participation at Conference: „Sites of Violence and Their Communities: Critical Memory Studies in the Post-Human Era”
Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland
Research Center for Memory Cultures
Faculty of Polish Studies
IFF EDITIONS #01 | Anna Zagrodzka, Karolina Wojtas
Event is a part of Warsaw Gallery Weekend 2019 programme.
20.09.2019 (Friday), 3-9 PM
Fort Institute of Photography, 99 Racławicka St., Fort Mokotów, building 06, Warsaw
Preview of DOB100609 cassete at Warsaw Preview
Cassette will be published at super label
DOB100609 at UL Gallery
Św. Barbara 3 St.
24.08 – 15.09.2019
Collections in Berlin
Exhibition”Inter-species conservation” at Fotofestiwal
I’m presenting a new project at Fotofestiwal in Lodz at group exhibition (with Karolina Grzywnowicz and Joanna Rajkowska) „Inter-species conservation” curated by Aleksandra Jach
Opening at 7 pm 21.06.2018 at Art inkubator (Tymienieckiego 3)
Hommage à Katarzyna Kobro
My photos in the Zachęta Magazine
My photos in the publication: Amplifying Nature. The Planetary Imagination of Architecture in the Anthropocene
Where did the term ‘amplifying nature’ come from? What does it mean that light oscillation, gravity and water circulation are materials of architecture? Where in the history of Polish architecture do we look for planetary design? Can a building be as dynamic as a climate? What has the roof got us used to and can we get unused to it?
The book that accompanies the Amplifying Nature exhibition, presented with the participation of CENTRALA — Małgorzata Kuciewicz and Simone De Iacobis, with the collaboration of Iza Tarasewicz and Jacek Damięcki at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition — La Biennale di Venezia, uses examples of local Warsaw projects, proposing a reconfiguration of the narratives
on architecture-in-nature and nature-in-architecture. In its optics, a planetary scale is necessary for architectural analysis: the Earth in a geological-astronomical system as a system supporting life as we know it.
The structure of the book is based on six parts, corresponding to six areas of the composite concept of amplifying nature. Issues are discussed in conversations with researchers from various felds: palaeobiologist and geologist Jan Zalasiewicz, geographer Matthew Gandy, biologist Monika Słupecka-Ziemilska, writer Amitav Ghosh and architects Małgorzata Kuciewicz and Simone De Iacobis (CENTRALA), and Jacek Damięcki. Other articles include a selective review of the studio’s previous projects seen from the perspective of the material analysis of architecture by Magdalena Roszkowska, as well as an introduction by the curator, discussing this particular practice-based theory.
The publication is enriched with illustrative material — original photographs by Anna Zagrodzka, original diagrams and associative atlases of visual archival materials.
DOB1000609 at Wymiana / W Y > OS 17
Hommage à Katarzyna Kobro at Szlachetna Paczka
Hommage à Katarzyna Kobro at Salon Zimowy
Muzeum nad Wisłą, ul. Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 22, Warsaw, December 14, 2017, 6 p.m.
ms², Ogrodowa 19, audiovisual room October 25, 2017, 6 p.m.
„NOT.FOT.” Is a book dedicated to one work by the Tatra Museum in Zakopane – the photographer’s note by Władysław Hasior. This extraordinary visual archive consists of 20 thousand filmstrips, performed over almost 30 years and systematized by the artist in thematic cycles. It is a unique document in this scale, a clear document of Polish visual culture of the last quarter of the twentieth century, and at the same time a fascinating photographic sketch of a famous artist who also served as a tool for popularization and educational work.
(9.10.2017 – 5.11.2017), opening at 9.10.2017 at 7 p.m.
Opening: June 13 (Tuesday) at 18.00
Exhibition open: June 14 – July 2, 2017, June 15 closed
Archeology of Photography Foundation, ul. Anders 13
Opening hours: daily 11.00-19.00
Artifacts during Blask Brzask Contemporary Art Festival in Łódź (9.06.2017)
DOB100609 at OFF_festival Bratislava
02.06.2016 — 26.06.2016
Exhibition opening: June 2nd, 2016 (Thursday), 6 p.m, Galeria Labirynt/Plaza (Lublin, 13 Lipowa Street)
Open until June 26th, 2016 (Tuesday – Sunday, 12 a.m. – 7 p.m.)