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Mirosław Bałka, 229 x 118 x 75,  2017, steel, terrazzo, felt, 229 x 118 x 75 cm, Installation view Galerie Nordenhake; photo: courtesy the artist and Galerie Nordenhake Berlin / Gerhard Kassner

The first ever solo exhibition of works by Polish artist Mirosław Bałka in the Czech Republic will be on display at the Gallery of Contemporary Art and Architecture – House of Art in České Budějovice in December 2017.

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A piece by Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, photo: OFF-Biennale Budapest

Four exhibitions during this year’s OFF-Biennale Budapest 2017 presents: Gaudiopolis 2017 – The City of Joy will feature Polish artists including Ewa Partum, the Slavs and Tatars collective, Joanna Piotrowska, Piotr Wysocki and Daniel Jałowiński.

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Widok z wystawy Slavs and Tatars "Usta usta" Slavs and Tatars, Contemporary Art Centre w Wilnie, 2017, fot. materiały prasowe organizatora

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Jan Domicz After Steelcase, photo: promotional materials

The Beyond the Desk exhibition will be presented during this year’s edition of the Not Fair. The exhibition looks at the phenomenon of office work, considers its past and future, as well as the aesthetics of office life. Not Fair aims to create a platform for exchange for the art world.

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Piotr Uklański, Untitled (Pope John Paull II), 2014, photo: Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw

From the times of feudal service, though regaining independence in 1918 and World War II, to the era under the communist regime and now today – the story of Poland is narrated by selected works of art from the exhibition Late Polishness: Forms of National Identity after 1989 at the Centre for Contemporary Art at Ujazdowski Castle.

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Konrad Maciejewicz, photo by Magdalena Dziublińska

Maciejewicz creates collages bordering on painting and photography as well as drawings on paper. He also produces objects and installations through which he explores the language of collage. He was born in 1980 in Lubartów.

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Ewa Juszkiewicz, photo: Tadeusz Rolke

Artist. She paints, draws and creates collages and animations. She chiefly deals with portraits of women. She creates paintings that refer to well-known early modern works, especially Flemish ones.

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Wilhelm Sasnal, Untitled, oil on canvas, 46 x 58,5 cm, 2011; photo courtesy of Foksal Gallery Foundation in Warsaw

Works by Wilhelm Sasnal, Edward Krasiński and Agnieszka Piksa will be showcased at the 31st International São Paulo Biennial.

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Untitled (The Thing) by Piotr Uklański; photo courtesy of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

The Line will soon be another destination on London's rich tourist route. Initiated through crowdfunding in less than eight weeks, this sculpture park boasts works by the likes of Damien Hirst, Gary Hume and Martin Creed. They will be joined by Polish artist Piotr Uklański.

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Alicja Bielawska, 2013, photo: Katarzyna Hołod, courtesy of the artist

Sculptor and installation artist. She uses simple, everyday materials to create constellations of objects, which haunt viewers’ imagination and senses.

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Karol Radziszewski, photo courtesy of the artist

Painter, installation artist, author of photographs and videos, curator and publisher. Born in 1980 in Białystok, works and lives in Warsaw. Radziszewski is a co-founder of the flying gallery Szu Szu (together with Ivo Nikić and Piotr Kopik) and the editor-in-chief and publisher of DIK Fagazine.

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Karol Radziszewski and Natalia LL, 2011, Photo: courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw

For Karol Radziszewski, an artist whose work focuses on gender roles and queer themes, the inclination toward Natalia LL's bold approach was a natural one. He decided in 2011 to follow her trail through New York, with notes and photographs detailing what she had done and whom she had met.

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Okładka (nid 7107124)

Elusive interdisciplinary artist Maria Loboda presents her work The Beasts at the Reina Sofia Museum of Contemporary Art in Madrid this autumn

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Okładka (nid 7041622)

Pseudoword Hazards, Agnieszka Polska’s large-scale installation, comprises video works and photographs created over recent years. The young Polish artist draws on illustrations from old newspapers, magazines, and books, animating them in dream-like worlds of surreal video pieces

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The artist speaks about his project in an interview at the 55th International Biennale of Art In Venice.

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Okładka (nid 6958683)

Developed in cooperation between Magda Fabianczyk and Sophie Hoyle, the publication ‘We were trying to make sense...’ includes contributions from an array of artists and workers, looking at artist and non-artist collaborations across the globe

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Okładka (nid 6724148)

Each work in the show presents a physical object, concept or process - a range of material and non-material entities - that has been taken apart and distorted by doubling it up, squeezing, turning, twisting and bending to achieve an unexpected, subversive and often absurdist result. The sculptures and video works question the basic premises at work and warp them, challenging the accepted order of things.

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Okładka (nid 6450808)

"If you are a Huang, Huong, Houang, Hoang, Wong, (...) Whang, or a relative, you are warmly invited! We do not want to sell you anything. You do not need to buy anything. We just want you to be with us." / 3-12 Aug at 11:00 am – 9:00 pm Summerhall (venue 26) / 1 Summerhall (EH9 1PL) Tickets: No admission charge

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Okładka (nid 6440906)

On the 21st the Polish artist participates in a discussion on cultural transformation, its challenges and its impact on the politics of identity at the EFA Project Space in New York. Hubert Czeropok is part of two international group shows making an active commentary on contemporary culture and the impact of politics and society on everyday life. Czerepok is interested in the border between enlightenment and possession, between the Faustian concepts of good and evil. He uses perfection to point out the imperfect, logic to point out the irrational.

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Radek Szlaga's critical look at culture, history, the Polish tradition and Western consumerism takes on the form of an artistic bomb of alternative reality, tucked away in the heart of Warsaw

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