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Natalia Bażowska, 'Luna', 2014, videoperformance, movie, colour, sound, looped, photo: courtesy of the artist

Artist and psychiatrist, born in 1980. Bażowska creates paintings, photographies, videos and objects.

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Władysław Podkowiński, Frenzy of Exultations, 1894, oil on canvas, 310 x 275 cm, National Museum in Kraków, photo: MNK

Frenzy of Exultations, often called just 'the Frenzy' is probably Władysław Podkowiński's best known oil painting. It's first public showing made it famous but also rose controversies.

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Cover of the photobook Wisła / Vistula, by Jan Styczyński, 1973, photo source: www.polishphotobook.tumblr.com

Wisła (Vistula) is a typical propaganda album about the Polish People's Republic. The common subject matter is, however, nuanced here by choosing the queen of Polish rivers, which has for centuries been of key importance to the Polish national identity as the lead theme.

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They called her a witch, because she chatted with animals and owned a terrorist-crow, who stole gold and attacked bicycle riders. A lynx slept in her bed, and a tamed boar lived under the same roof with her. Simona Kossak was a scientist, ecologist and the author of award-winning films, as well as an activist who fought to protect Europe’s oldest forest.

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Okładka (nid 6538121)

The artist takes the exacting, repetitive forms of the Museum Abteiberg and adjusts their ambiance to create a contemplative, inviting place where nature has made its mark, with vines reach into the gallery space through the windows.

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Okładka (nid 6501080)

Juliette Delventhal is a chef based in San Francisco, where she lives with her husband, Polish artist Paweł Kruk, and their daughter. In the summer of 2012 they all came to Warsaw as part of the Residency Programme at the Centre for Contemporary Arts at Ujazdowski Castle. Together they have created the "We're Like Gardens" project.

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Okładka (nid 6324545)

Maria Szkop's works come together as a catalalogue of fundamental observations and experiences, along with a private topography of those places and people most important to her

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Okładka (nid 6311866)

In her second solo show at Berlin's Kamm Gallery, the Polish artist takes on the idea of a return to nature, a place of respite and the relationship between human beings and plants

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Okładka (nid 5668781)

The exhibition presents works by an artist who is mainly inspired by concepts of time and space and incorporating analytical, ironic and explicitly absurd images and ideas to paint a picture of reality by way of its many contradictions. "Magnetic" is a selection of surprising formal representations featuring new objects as well as photography, sculpture and video installations...

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Joanna Rajkowska, fot. Wojciech Druszcz / REPORTER / East News

A versatile artist who uses various mediums, she take photographs and makes sculptures, drawings, objects, and installations that focus on the interface of art and reality.

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