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Amareya Theatre & Guests, performance in the public space, a crossroad in the Shibuya neighbourhood, Tokyo, photo: Mateusz Skrzypiec

Theatre of movement and gesture. Established by Agnieszka Kamińska, Katarzyna Julia Pastuszak and Alexandra Śliwińska in January 2003 in Gdańsk.

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Paweł Althamer, Paweł and Monika, 2002, photo: courtesy of the artist

The Human Factor, an upcoming exhibition at London's Hayward Gallery, is a major survey examining how figurative sculpture has been reinvented from the late-1980s to the present. Paweł Althamer has been invited to participate in the show.

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Okładka (nid 6958222)

Konrad Wyrebek's practice is focused on the capitalist approach to the body and lifestyle consumerism of contemporary life. The idea of a "standardised" body and its ritualistic representation in the media is part of a tendency to reduce the body to a shallow physical form, bringing on an inherent manipulation.

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Łukasz Surowiec, from the Nice to Meet You exhibition

He incorporates facets of nature, medicine, anatomy in his works, along with a fascination with the act of voyeurism and surveillance.

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Okładka (nid 6579178)

Of the 47 essential oils created, 10 will be on show at the gallery, contained in beakers. These substances vary in consistency, from a pale mist to a brown sludge, some delicate in scent - such as the rainwater scent of tears to the animal smell of a sweaty nightshirt and the peppery smell of her hair.

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Grzeszykowska is an artist of the Raster generation in Poland. In her art she uses photography, video and digital techniques to explore issues of intimacy, self-awareness and invisibility.

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The project has been created especially for the space of the Schmela Haus, using her trademark themes to create a new context for them based on an interplay with size, scale and proportion. She looks at how the context and reception of a piece changes as the exhibition environment changes.

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Okładka (nid 6568347)

The Polish video artist joins an international group of artist curated by Ruba Katrib at New York's SculptureCenter in drawing upon the surrealist sculptures of Alberto Giacometti. In Paris she joins the Body Language exhibition, a survey of the body in 21st century photography

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Okładka (nid 6444665)

Michał Marczak's newest documentary trails the FFF non-profit organisation into the most intimate area of their activity as they earn money for saving the rain forest by selling their sexuality.

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The illuminated gardens of the Musée Rodin host the Polish artist's video installation projected on seven screens for the Parisian edition of international museum night

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Okładka (nid 6390702)

Gomulicki and Mirczak take a combine a voyeuristic approach with an anthropological focus on a creative practice that is relatively unknown to the larger public. Both series take an incisive look into the underground world of raw ink - tattoos done using primitive instruments in less than ideal prison conditions, where tattoo is generally outlawed.

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The image of the Polish woman at once glorifies the Polish woman as a Venus-like canon of beauty, while strapping her into the binds of exemplifying the virtuous traits of wife and mother. The 11th edition of the annual photography showcase in Łódź puts a focus on the representation of women in contemporary photography.

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Okładka (nid 6359885)

The works of Ewa Partum, Teresa Tyszkiewicz and Aneta Grzeszykowska are part of the main exhibition at this year's Paris Triennale, which explores images of the body, body image and self-image through works of art and photography over several generations of artistic endeavour and across borders.

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Natalia LL, from the "Consumer Art" series., Courtesy of Foto-Medium-Art Gallery

A visual artist working in photography, experimental videos and installations, her motto: "Art is the search for freedom. Freedom is a goal in and of itself, and art realizes that goal."

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Natalia LL, Consumer Art, 1974, photograph. Source: www.nataliall.com

The duplicitous way in which Natalia LL presents the material, aesthetic and even erotic processes of consumption gives the images at once a fascinating and yet perverse allure. Displayed in a matter-of-fact fashion, the physiological activity of consumption is juxtaposed against the sterile elegance of the meticulous photo print.

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Courtesy of Zachęta National Gallery

A sculptor and creator of installations and videos, she lives between Warsaw and Berlin and was a leading figure in the "critical art" movement in the 1990's.

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