Sylwia Serafinowicz



November 2013

Curated by Michał Woliński, “Psychopaper” presents over fifty works on paper made in Poland in the 1980s, with an emphasis on pieces that embrace experimentation and psychedelic imagery. Near the gallery’s entrance is a series of … READ ON


“A Journey through London Subculture”

Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) Off-Site

October 2013

For the exhibition “A Journey Through London Subculture: 1980s to Now,” various artists, musicians, and designers who contributed to London’s creative scene in the 1980s have curated over fifty vitrines that each embody the diverse … READ ON


“Piotr Uklánski: ESL”

September 2013

Curated by Silvia Karman Cubiñá Piotr Uklánski himself will be directly involved in organizing this extensive survey of his work from the past fifteen years, which will also incorporate items the artist has selected from the Bass Museum’s… READ ON


“Jiří Kovanda: I Haven’t Been Here Yet”

September 2013

Curated by Adam Dominik Known for his Minimalist “action interventions”—for example, building a farcically modest stack of sugar cubes, as though staging a riposte to Donald Judd’s aggressively scaled structures—Jiří Kovanda first… READ ON


Julian Józef Antoniszczak

May 2013

Julian Józef Antoniszczak (1941–1987), who signed his films Julian Antonisz, was a cofounder of the famous Studio Filmów Animowanych in Kraków, and known as an animator, a composer, and the inventor of multiple non-camera film techniques,… READ ON

IN PRINT May 2013 [TOC]

Daniel Malone

May 2013

Daniel Malone’s show “The Proof Reader/Śledź zmiany” was an insightful study of the mechanisms of translation. Malone has over five years’ experience in editing and proofreading texts for numerous Polish art institutions. The Polish… READ ON

IN PRINT May 2013 [TOC]

Radek Szlaga

February 2013

Radek Szlaga paints his canvases with such a dense layering of colors that the figures he portrays seem to melt into the viscous surface, even as the entire tableau glows with an inner light. But while the sheer materiality of these works … READ ON

IN PRINT February 2013 [TOC]

Bjarne Melgaard

Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA)

October 2012

“A House to Die In,” Bjarne Melgaard’s visually seductive new exhibition, is a collaboration with Snøhetta, the Norwegian architectural firm that designed the 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York. This work, which is expected to be finished… READ ON


“Image Counter Image”

Haus der Kunst

August 2012

This exhibition significantly updates a decades-long theoretical reflection on the relationship between the production of knowledge and its visibility. Investigating the past twenty years of visual representation of armed conflicts, the … READ ON


“Sounding the Body Electric: Experiments in Art and Music in Eastern Europe 1957–1984”

May 2012

Assembling some forty experiments in film, sound sculpture, design, and graphic notation, “Sounding the Body Electric” exposes the fertile relationship between experimental art and new music in Eastern Europe during the Cold War, when … READ ON