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Panorama Łodzi, kwiecień 2014, fot. Michał Tuliński / Forum

Lodz will be the first Polish city to take part in the Beit Project – a socio-educational program of the European Union that helps transform public space into the place of dialog and education.

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Untitled (The Thing) by Piotr Uklański; photo courtesy of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

The Line will soon be another destination on London's rich tourist route. Initiated through crowdfunding in less than eight weeks, this sculpture park boasts works by the likes of Damien Hirst, Gary Hume and Martin Creed. They will be joined by Polish artist Piotr Uklański.

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The revitalisation project revamps the original historical site, adding new functions to create a public leisure space for everyday recreation and special events.

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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 6345426)

The artist's 2020 New York Times forecast is on show in two European cities this spring, presenting Kurant's characteristic exploration of the nature of quasi-fictional forms and the hybrid values of today's society.

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Organising and designing of space, 2002, 9min, Color, Stereo. First project film by Aleksandra Went and Alicja Karska; Women's role in patriarchal spatial order. Women wearing chambermaid uniforms are wandering through the raw structure of a building under demolition. Photo courtesy of www.karska-went.info

Aleksandra Went was born in Gdańsk in 1976. Alicja Karska was born in Malbork in 1978. Karska and Went began working together.

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Joanna Rajkowska, Greetings from Jerusalem Avenue, Photo: Włodzimierz Echeński/REPORTER

What is a palm tree doing in a Central European city, in this adverse climate? Today the name can be interpreted symbolically as a tribute to all the Jews who once lived in Poland, but who were killed in the Holocaust.

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Wojciech Fangor, photo by Włodzimierz Wasyluk

He is a painter, graphic designer, poster artist, and sculptor. The author of architectural projects and urban space projects he also spent time on set design.

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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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