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Warsaw Śródmieście station seen from the Palace of Science and Culture, photo: Adrian Grycuk/Wikimedia

The Polish part of the W+B/*-X – Warsaw-Berlin Boxes exhibition opened on a patch of greenery in front of Warsaw's Śródmieście railway station on 13th October 2016.

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The Tibetan Gallery in Wola, Warsaw. Photo: Michał Kawka

Gaining international recognition amongst the world’s Buddhist population, the Tibetan Gallery in Warsaw continues to grow every year. Painted on the pillars holding up a flyover, this inventive use of outdoor space has transformed what would otherwise be a bleak piece of urban no-man’s-land into a visually-alluring beacon for contemplation and creativity.

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Okładka (nid 6572266)

the 40-foot tall sculpture nestled in the heart of Manhattan's Doris C. Freedoman's Plaza builds on the architectural scope and significance of modernist architectural elements. It mimics the shape of an evergreen, the branches of stops bowing towards the ground as the trunk of the piece soars skyward.

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Okładka (nid 6445033)

Using an installation of old neon signs from a factory, Stefan Kornacki evokes the tension and agressivity between two Polish football clubs. His piece becomes a point of reference for two performance showings, which take place in the streets of Kiev on the 22nd of June, 2012

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These Walking Figures are a group of ten headless, armless figures in bronze, each over eight feet tall, facing a single direction and appearing to take a step forward, mimicking the gait of an advancing army.

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Okładka (nid 6194461)

The waterside contemporary gallery in London presents "Winter Pavilion", a series of projects such as the ambitious outdoor installation by Marcin Dudek...

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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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