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 Works on the Rosa's Passage by Joanna Rajkowska, 3 Piotrkowska St in Łódź, photo: promotional materials

Joanna Rajkowska covered the walls of buildings in one of Łódź's courtyards with small pieces of mirrors. The project was realized as part of the 2014 Dialogue of Four Cultures Festival.

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Joanna Rajkowska came to Łódź to continue the works on the project Rosa's Passage. This unprecedented endeavour consisted in applying a mosaic made up of small, irregular pieces of mirror on the facades of the houses located at 3 Piotrkowska St.

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According to the Warsaw City Hall, artist Julita Wójcik is invited to re-install her Rainbow back in Plac Zbawiciela on May 1st 2014, marking the 10th anniversary of the Polish accession to the European Union. The artist however prefers May 17th - International Day Against Homophobia.

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Krystian "Truth" Czaplicki, Łeba, Poland, 2012

One of the artist's most recognisable works is a deckchair that Truth hung from an iron pipe over a stream close to Wrocław's Grabiszyński Park, west of the city centre.

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Okładka (nid 6611945)

The event address the viewer's participatory role with art in the public space, and the form's shift from commentary to engaged, empathetic worldview. Most actions before 1989 were characterised by "surreal gestures of opposition to the political system", documented to be shown in exhibits. Today, art in the public space strives for a social viewpoint, attempting to effect positive change.

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Okładka (nid 6595373)

The versatile young artist leads a talk on the significance of the tree in contemporary art, from the poetic to the political. He draws upon his 2011 project Berlin-Birkenau, which consisted of transporting hundreds of birch-tree seedlings from the former Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp to Berlin to create a "living archive" of history in the parks and public spaces of the German capital.

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Okładka (nid 6582298)

Micaela Martegani, director of More Art, and Krzysztof Wodiczko, artist, discuss the artist's latest public art project. The piece, which consists of a light projection on the memorial statue of Lincoln in Union Square Park, gives a voice to the veterans of the Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan wars

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Okładka (nid 6582273)

Beginning at dusk, the installation will fill one of New York's busiest squares with the emotions and memories of America's servicemen. The project not only gives a voice to those who often remain unheard, but also gives the public an opportunity to see the men and women who have gone into battle for the nation and to hear what they feel about what they experienced.

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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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Still from the video 4 x Paris, 2004,  in the photograph Cezary Bodzianowski, photo: courtesy of The Art Collection of Erste Group

A situation artist and creator of modest performances of absurdist stories and scenes in which he is the main protagonist. Born in 1968, lives and works in Łódź.

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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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