The special project VIENNA Duet will present two insightful exhibitions from Poland and Georgia at VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary from October 10 to 13. With the invaluable support of The Polish Institute Vienna, you have the opportunity to see a selection of the most exciting young contemporary artists from Poland, curated by Klara Czerniewska and Vita Zaman.
“I layer one image on another,” says Przemek Matecki – and that’s precisely what he does. The adoption of the simplest of methods to juxtapose two seemingly incongruous languages, meanings, histories, or images leads to an astonishing and compelling conclusion.Can two opposing things be reconciled into a whole to create a new meaning?
Collecting art has become a luxurious hobby for many wealthy Poles. Piotr Bazylko, journalist turned public relations specialist, is one of them. He has been collecting new and contemporary Polish art for the last 15 years. Recently I had the chance to meet him in his office for a very insightful interview.
Watch the short video to find out about contemporary art people in Warsaw and what makes them happy.
At the moment I am in Warsaw discovering the Polish contemporary art scene. I must say, it is very inspiring. I have met a lot of fascinating people and in this post I will introduce them to you.