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Okładka (nid 6742037)

"What does it mean to be European today and how is this reflected in contemporary art across the continent?" This is the question asked by the project organisers, while engaging artists to give their interpretation on European identity through photography and multimedia installations, alongside sociologists who directly examine the feelings and thoughts of 50 respondents across Europe.

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Okładka (nid 6525596)

The Pierre & Alexandra Boulat Grant, which endows a promising young photographer with €8000 to go towards the production of a project that will be included in the Economic Migrations series presented at the 2013 edition of Visa Pour l'Image. Economic Migrations will aim to documents migrations as a result of economic turmoil in three different countries.

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Okładka (nid 6524453)

7 Polish artists active on the international scene weave together a narrative of significant historical sites in Poland, where the unwanted visitors of the socialist regimes of the past have left behind colossal, indelible relics that are symbolic of the powers that shaped recent history. These structures are impossible to ignore, even years after the political ideology of the past has been wiped away.

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Okładka (nid 6521310)

The Van Eyck Brothers' famous altarpiece comes alive with the collective participation of 200 inhabitants of the city, staged as a monumental one-off performance in the iconic Place Saint-Pierre. Volunteers take part in Paweł Althamer's latest live-action installation in their true life roles as politicians, ambassadors, artists, judges, shopkeepers, housewives, who pay tribute to the lamb on the altar.

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Okładka (nid 6518327)

Over 60 years after the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was established, the world is still grappling with the discourse on human rights in light of conflicts in Syria, China, North Korea or Sierra Leone. The exhibition takes a multi-layered view into the evolving character of human rights, its discourse and its problematics, including the conflict between universalism and cultural relativism.

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Okładka (nid 6502535)

Beyonsense, takes its name from Futurist experiments with "transrational" language and a play on the name of one of pop culture's most recognisable names - Beyoncé.

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Okładka (nid 6482860)

The fountain spouting bright red liquid is a metaphysical reference to the role of mysticism as an agent for change in the world and how the bloody results of that change are effectively the opposite of joy when it leads to casualty.

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Okładka (nid 6451477)

Two Polish artist join the swarm of artistic activity at this year's event, presenting works that weigh the balance between power and illusion.

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Okładka (nid 6370428)

Rajkowska says, " I believe that the place of birth has a significant influence over each human being’s fate and their attitude to it. You return to it like an animal, you think about it in a special way.

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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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Krzysztof Wodiczko, photo: Donat Brykczyński / East News

Makes elaborate designs for personal communication instruments and survival vehicles; explores social and political marginalisation by creating solutions for the alienated.

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