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Piotr Janas. Photo: private archive

Painter. Born in 1970 in Warsaw.

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Przemysław Matecki at the opening of his exhibition Rough at Zachęta – National Gallery of Art, photo by Marek Krzyżanek

Painter. Born in 1976 in Żagań.

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Piotr Uklański, Untitled (Pope John Paul II), 2004, photo courtesy of Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw

Piotr Uklański's work made for the 2004 São Paulo Art Biennial, where he represented Poland at. He explained its genesis: “I displayed something that is most typical for Poland, the most common within the country and renown worldwide. Poland's ultimate symbol – the image of the Pope.”

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Leszek Knaflewski, photo courtesy of the artist

Knaflewski created installations, objects, photographs, drawings, video works and sound performances. From the 1990s, he split his activity between visual arts and music.

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Monika Zawadzki at a vernissage at the ZOO Gallery, Warsaw, 15th of November, 2004, photo: Jacek Wajszczak/Reporter/East News

Monika Zawadzki is a visual artist who creates sculptures, video works, posters and works of graphic art. Born on the 24th of October 1977 in Grójec. She studied at the Faculty of Graphic Art of the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts.

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Okładka (nid 6741061)

The start-up gallery offers over 600 original works by nearly 100 of Poland's freshest artists on the international scene.

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Okładka (nid 6686570)

Konrad Smoleński's sound installation brings 800 kilos of bronze sound might to the 55th Biennale, building a vision of a futuristic world of whirring machines

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The hypnotically disturbing universe of Jan Manski's art conjures visionary worlds that are as thought-provoking as they are emotionally charged. Born in 1981, in Warsaw.

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Aetiology Unknown 29, from the Onania series www.janmanski.com

The hypnotically disturbing universe of Jan Manski's art conjures visionary worlds that are as thought-provoking as they are emotionally charged. Born in 1981, in Warsaw.

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Okładka (nid 6356197)

The exhibition, as its title foretells, presents the challenges young artists face in terms of politics, history and the possibilities of technology - challenges which require comfortable footwear to wage their battles within these realms.

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Okładka (nid 6349864)

Unlike its title would suggest, the show doesn't represent any particular "scene". It aims to draw a narrative of a fragile present, an uncertain future, and a sense of impending change, after which nothing - in neither art nor reality - will ever be the same again. This narrative is told through each individual work of art created by a dozen of Poland's brightest talents.

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Artysta in his studio, Warsaw, 31st August 2010, photo: Marek Dusza

Painter, photographer and collage artist. Born on the 26th of September 1983 in Warsaw. He died tragically on the 20th of September 2011 at Zawrat in the Tatras.

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Agnieszka Kurant, photo: Wojciech Surdziel / Agencja Gazeta

Agnieszka Kurant lives and works between Warsaw and New York. Her work explores the nature of quasi-fictional forms and hybrid values.

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Goshka Macuga, photo: Hugo Tillman

An interdisciplinary artist who lives and works in London. She was among the four nominees for the prestigious Turner Prize in 2008.

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Julita Wójcik and the Rainbow, photo: Kuba Dąbrowski / Agencja Gazeta

A performance and installation artist, winner of the Polityka Passport Award for Visual Arts in 2013 for her installation piece Rainbow.

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Wilhelm Sasnal, photo:Stefan Maszewski/Reporter/East News

Painter, illustrator and comic strip artist. The essential issues that continue to interest Sasnal are the limits and possibilities of representation and the examining of the process of seeing and perceiving.

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