In 1971, Tadeusz Kantor committed a peculiar breaking in to the Foksal Gallery in Warsaw, or more precisely, to its adjacent rooms.The act has transformed into an exhibition entitled Cambriolage (French: burglary). Read more »about: Cambriolage - Tadeusz Kantor
This was Kantor’s first happening. It took place in 1965. Fourteen simple everyday activities such as eating, shaving, and sitting were deprived of their practical functions. The act of being performed for an audience rendered these activities absurd. Read more »about: Cricotage - Tadeusz Kantor
Kantor Was Here, a comprehensive volume on the Polish avant-garde artist Tadeusz Kantor and the impact of his work on the British art scene in the 1970s and the 1980s, is set for publication at the end of winter. Read more »about: Kantor was here
In 1974 Tadeusz Kantor began the rehearsals for the spectacle The Dead Class at the Krzystofory Gallery in Kraków. In a few months a work was created that turned out to be the most important work ever created by him. Read more »about: The Dead Class - Tadeusz Kantor
Over a year after his first happening, in January 1967, Tadeusz Kantor organized a happening in Warsaw, the hero of which became one of the fetishised objects often used by him – a letter.
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In the autumn of 1979 Tadeusz Kantor and his Cricot 2 theatre left for Florence, where the municipal authorities had proposed that he create a new play. The preparations had already partially begun at the Krzysztofory Gallery in Kraków. Read more »about: Wielopole, Wielopole - Tadeusz Kantor