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Photographer, video and installation artist, draughtsman. A graduate of the Katowice branch of the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków (1999).

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Sławomir Rumiak next to his installation HAXENABKRATZEN at the Bielska BWA Gallery, 2010, photo by Tomasz Fritz/Agencja Gazeta

Photographer, video and installation artist, draughtsman. A graduate of the Katowice branch of the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków (1999). Rumiak was born in 1972 in Bielsko-Biała.

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Yael Bartana, photo by Daniel Meir, courtesy of the Zachęta National Gallery of Art

Visual artist. Born on 22nd December 1970 in Afula, Israel. In 2011, she represented Poland at the 54th Art Biennale in Venice. She lives in Tel Aviv and Amsterdam.

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Okładka (nid 6608596)

The artist-intruder observes the world from afar, like a voyeur. And yet, he maintains a painterly aspect in the composition of his frames.

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Okładka (nid 6600756)

In May and June 2013 Boys travels the UK as part of the Selected programme, featuring artists shortlisted for the Jarman Award 2012. Set in the Canary Islands with holiday season in full swing, the works capture the islands' beauty and the monotony of leisure, with frame repetition referencing repetitious activities of people on holiday.

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Piotr Krzymowski photographed by Karol Radziszewski

London-based video artist, a graduate of Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design.

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Grzeszykowska is an artist of the Raster generation in Poland. In her art she uses photography, video and digital techniques to explore issues of intimacy, self-awareness and invisibility.

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The project has been created especially for the space of the Schmela Haus, using her trademark themes to create a new context for them based on an interplay with size, scale and proportion. She looks at how the context and reception of a piece changes as the exhibition environment changes.

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Anna Molska, photo: J. Kinowska / Zachęta Narodowa Galeria Sztuk

Anna Molska's video works are compositionally inspired by abstract geometric forms and often influenced by early 20th century constructivist theatre.

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Okładka (nid 6524944)

Agnieszka Polska's most recent work Hair refers to the Polish hippie movement of the '70s in making a statement on the idea of revolution, bringing about change in the socio-political system, but also undergoing a transformation over time in terms of its own character and ideology.

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"Artists usually function through their consciousness, through their habits. Here there is the kind of habit that we cross the border of the imagination..."

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Okładka (nid 6302932)

A series of screenings and discucssions delves into diverse approaches to the reading - and potential misreadings - of contemporary Polish art, from the works of Agnieszka Polska to Hanna Włodarczyk’s documentary on Alina Szapocznikow and other films about the prominent Polish artist

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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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