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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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Selected portraits depicting Bruno Schulz, distinguished writer, painter, illustrator and graphic designer. He was born 12 July 1892 in Drohobycz, where he died a tragic death on 19 November 1942.

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Mirosław Bałka, A Boy and an Eagle, 1988, the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, photo: Bartosz Stawiarski/MOMA Warsaw

Mirosław Bałka's sculpture was created especially for the Sculptures in the Garden exhibition, organised by Anda Rottenberg in 1988 in a park adjacent to a pavilion of the Association of Polish Architects. It is a confrontation between the artist's childhood experience, a traditionally perceived Polishness, and Bałka's readings of Burroughs and Joyce.

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A still from The Goodness Regime by Jumana Manna and Sille Storihle, 2013. Photo: Jumana Manna & Sille Storihle

A new exhibition on art, religious rituals and spirituality is being held from 17th October to 17th January 2016 at the Malmö Konstmuseum in Sweden.

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Carrousel by Mirosław Bałka, 2004, still from the video installation, photo: courtesy of the artist

When viewers stand in the middle of the room where the film Carrousel is shown, their heads might start spinning, surrounded by four rotating projections.

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The Malta Festival Poznań 2015 is coming. For a 25th time the urban space will be transformed into a huge outdoor musical and theatre stage. There will be Thomas Mann, Michael Nyman and important questions about the role of art in the disputed visions of a new world

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The brain of Józef Piłsudski in a jar on his cabinet's desk at Belweder, Warsaw, photo: Polona / www.polona.pl

In 1935, Marshal Józef Piłsudski died of liver cancer. His brain was then removed from his body and handed over to scientists, who were to determine the nature of his genius. Mysteriously, the research was never completed and the brain itself soon disappeared. Warsaw’s Zachęta National Gallery explores this historical enigma in a new exhibition.

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Tadeusz Rolke, We See You / My was widzimy, 1969

Mirosław Bałka returns to the legendary Foksal Gallery.

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On view at SALT Galata in Istanbul, between 14 November - 17 January 2015, the exhibition "Rainbow in the Dark" examines the recent growth of religious populism through selected works by Mirosław Bałka, Nilbar Gures, Gulsun Karamustafa, Teresa Murak, Walid Raad, Wael Shawky, Slavs & Tatars and Artur Żmijewski.

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Piotr Uklański, "The Nazis", 2000 and Dance Floor 1996, installations view, Courtesy of the Zacheta National Gallery of Art Works of Polish artists are displayed by the Museum of Contemporary Art in Roskilde, Denmark, in an exhibition devoted to reflection on the Holocaust in contemporary art.

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Paweł Althamer, Koziołek 2011, act in Sao Paulo, photo: Michał Szlaga

The largest collection of works of contemporary Polish art in over a decade brought together by the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. Culture.pl speaks to the curators.

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Paweł Althamer "Venetians", 2013, photo: Jens Ziehe, Berlin, courtesy of the Foksal Gallery Foundation

Polish culture goes on tour in Turkey, takes on the Sao Paulo and Sydney Biennials, plus Szapocznikow's fleshy sculptures come alive in Tel Aviv - Culture.pl reviews the biggest art events to come in 2014.

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Art Department at Biedronka, organizers' materials source: www.facebook.com

What if Wal-Mart had a aisle for conceptual art? In Poland, a discount chain decided to open its doors to high culture.

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The overlap of interest between Mirosław Bałka and the Tatsuno Art Project has brought them into a partnership where the sculptor's work will be featured as a part of their 2013 exhibition.

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Fragment is a comprehensive presentation of a retrospective on Mirosław Bałka's video work. It's appearance in Moscow is the third installment of the project.

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Slavs and Tatars, Prayway, 2012, photo: Bartosz Stawiarski

Warsaw’s Emilia Hall houses the largest presentation from the collection of the Museum of Modern Art’s through early 2014. Here we select the most important works from almost 150 pieces on display

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17 artists from around the world will meet in Lublin to introduce art into urban spaces as well as discuss borders and multiculturalism. The festival is curated by Anda Rottenberg.

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The exhibition "Fragment" is the comprehensive and retrospective presentation devoted to video works of Mirosław Bałka in Poland and the world...

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