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The Warsaw-based band made its name with re-recordings of traditional Warsaw folk tunes with a new twist. Their first release garnered 3. 5 million views in a matter of weeks, making it the most popular Polish-produced video clip in 2011.

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très.b, photo courtesy of the artists

In their new, less "polished" compositions, this pan-European formation boasts its more mature side. The dark, cruder, louder songs were recorded by one of the best producers of alternative music, Michał Kupicz.

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Paweł Passini, photo: Tomasz Żurek

A young theatre director whose work bears very strong musical traits and frequent unobvious inspirations with the kabbalah tradition. Born 1977.

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Okładka (nid 7131056)

Bownik draws inspiration from youth culture, reinterpreting contemporary themes using classic techniques from painting, archival photography and the golden age of 1940s cinema. His start in photography was inspired by an irrepressible fascination with art. His works combine the everyday with the uncanny in a startling way.

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The KDMS, photo courtesy of the artists

UK vocalist Kathy Diamond and Polish producer Max Skiba have fused electronica, disco funk and Soul and spiked it with a hearty dose of House to create one of Europe's most invigorating neo-disco duos.

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UK vocalist Kathy Diamond and Polish producer Max Skiba have fused electronica, disco funk and Soul and spiked it with a hearty dose of House to create one of Europe's most invigorating neo-disco duos.

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Natalie White photographed by Anna Bloda, courtesy of the artist

The Polish photographer, known for her sensual portraits of men, women and the LGBT community, is among 17 established and emerging artists who have captured model Natalie White over the years.

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Okładka (nid 6806791)

Culture.pl puts the spotlight on the rising stars of Polish arts and letters, Honza Zamojski, Aleksandra Waliszewska and more...

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Aleksandra Waliszewska, photo courtesy of the artist

The young painter creates a new Gothic style that meshes surrealist imagery, medieval mystery, fairy tale themes and references to the likes of Hieronim Bosch and Francisco de Goya.

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Okładka (nid 6649285)

Video artist Piotr Krzymowski is joined by painter Paweł Kałużyński in this discussion of his 2012 video essay, which reflects on matters of replication and cloning in the realm of art.

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Okładka (nid 6609338)

The young painter's latest series draws from the mind's meanders around a concept, stumbling upon erroneous associations of words and images until we lose sight of what we were looking for in the first place.

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Okładka (nid 6600756)

In May and June 2013 Boys travels the UK as part of the Selected programme, featuring artists shortlisted for the Jarman Award 2012. Set in the Canary Islands with holiday season in full swing, the works capture the islands' beauty and the monotony of leisure, with frame repetition referencing repetitious activities of people on holiday.

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The young photographer's artistic evolution has drifted from photography and video to installation and performance, often bringing the viewer into a deeply intimate rapport with the artist-cum-subject. her memories of communist Poland remain a substantial influence on her work as an artist.

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Okładka (nid 6592853)

The young photographer's artistic evolution has drifted from photography and video to installation and performance, often bringing the viewer into a deeply intimate rapport with the artist-cum-subject. her memories of communist Poland remain a substantial influence on her work as an artist. Her photographs take a raw, natural look at everyday people, places, objects and even condiments

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Okładka (nid 6592678)

The young photographer began awing audiences with her singular snippets of life, presenting an alternative view on social issues such as exclusion, crime, punishment and evidence. Her photo essays focus on interpretating social trends and creating a social dialogue about relevant ideas and issues.

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The young photographer began awing audiences with her singular snippets of life, presenting an alternative view on social issues such as exclusion, crime, punishment and evidence. Her photo essays focus on interpretating social trends and creating a social dialogue about relevant ideas and issues.

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Kuba Bąkowski, Installation With Red Compressor And Latex Gloves, 2007, Courtesy of the artist

In Bąkowski's works, relics of contemporary culture are transposed to the status of myth, drawing from the realm of sports, religion, nature, communications and outer space.

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Katarzyna Krakowiak, photo: A. Taraska-Pietrzak / Museum of Art in Łodź

Krakowiak has founded pirate radio stations in Israel and registered conversations from the moon. She was the author of an installation at the Polish Pavilion at the 2012 Biennale of Architecture.

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Okładka (nid 6514921)

Culture.pl puts the spotlight on the rising stars of Polish arts - from literature and music to film, theatre, visual arts and more...

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Jan Lis photographed by Mathias Bothor for Deutsche Grammophon

Called the "reluctant prodigy" of classical music, Jan Lisiecki is a young man whose bearing and composure suggest a maturity well beyond his years, yet the discernible twinkle in the eye and coltish toss of the head betray the youthful joy he brings to classical performance.

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