Until November 11
ul. Gałczyńskiego 3
This fascinating new exhibition attempts to answer whether young artists can afford to be hooligans, and whether a fascination with damage or destruction is part of the path to revolutionary change or just an artistic strategy to improve popularity.
The objects, films and paintings in this exhibition are all arranged in a way that presents different degrees of tension, from those less controlled, such as impulsive aggression, to those that are more subtle, poetic or metaphorical.
“They create a feeling of threat and at the same time act on us magnetically. … They are a demonstration of human strength in the battle with oneself,” a statement on the gallery’s website reads.
The exhibition, curated by Katarzyna Kołodziej and Magdalena Komornicka, presents the work of artists including David Adamo, Olaf Brzeski, Klara Lidén, Joris van de Moortel, Ahmet Ögüt, Ariel Schlesinger, Konrad Smoleński, and Satoru Tamura.
For more information log on to www.zacheta.art.pl
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