BWA Warszawa
BWA Warszawa
WGW 2019: BOWNIK "Colours of Lost Time"
20.09.2019 - 16.11.2019
"It hurts when I laugh"
05.07.2019 - 11.09.2019
Martyna Czech, Leszek Knaflewski "We have nothing in common"
25.05.2019 - 30.06.2019
FOAF 2019: BWA Warszawa hosting Gianni Manhattan (Vienna) + Kristina Kite (LA)
06.04.2019 - 11.05.2019
Witek Orski "I would prefer not to talk about this"
14.02.2019 - 30.03.2019
Between Salvation and Constitution
11.11.2018 - 05.01.2019
WGW 2018: Agnieszka Brzeżańska, Jan Dobkowski, Zuza Krajewska "Goddesses" BWA Warszawa
21.09.2018 - 27.10.2018
Jadwiga Sawicka "Protest Reflex"
23.06.2018 - 31.07.2018
Ewa Ciepielewska "Emotional Support Animals"
12.05.2018 - 16.06.2018
FOAF: Jiří Thýn, Piotr Makowski, Witek Orski, "Line"
07.04.2018 - 28.04.2018
Adam Adach "Demos and Demons"
03.03.2018 - 04.04.2018
Agnieszka Kalinowska "Heavy Water"
27.01.2018 - 28.02.2018
WGW 2017: Yann Gerstberger, Sławomir Pawszak, Hanna Rechowicz "The Uses of Enchantment"
22.09.2017 - 25.11.2017
WGW2017: WYKWITEX
22.09.2017 - 24.09.2017
"Living in a Material World" Paweł Dudziak, Adrian Kolerski, Michał Sroka, Eliasz Styrna, Katarzyna Szymkiewicz
02.09.2017 - 16.09.2017
Małgorzata Szymankiewicz "Stretching of Concepts"
27.05.2017 - 29.07.2017
Ruben Montini "One Person Protest"
27.05.2017 - 27.05.2017
Wielka 19 Gallery
04.03.2017 - 06.05.2017
THE DYNAMICS OF DECLINE
28.01.2017 - 25.02.2017
Witek Orski & Maria Toboła "Spinning sex"
17.12.2016 - 14.01.2017
WGW 2016: Karol Radziszewski "Ali"
23.09.2016 - 19.11.2016
Small Sculptural Forms
19.06.2016 - 10.09.2016
Sławomir Pawszak "Heat"
12.03.2016 - 28.05.2016
Krzysztof Maniak "Snow Is What Comes To Mind"
06.02.2016 - 05.03.2016
Lada Nakonechna, Zhanna Kadyrova "Experiments"
05.12.2015 - 30.01.2016
WGW 2015: Ewa Axelrad "Minimum, Necessary, Objectively Reasonable"
25.09.2015 - 21.11.2015
Małgorzata Szymankiewicz "Postproduction"
26.06.2015 - 12.09.2015
Joanna Janiak, Piotr C. Kowalski "The Nature of Things"
25.04.2015 - 13.06.2015
Iza Tarasewicz "Reverse Logistics"
14.02.2015 - 19.04.2015
Karol Radziszewski "In the Shadow of the Flame"
29.11.2014 - 04.02.2015
WGW: Olga Mokrzycka-Grospierre, Nicolas Grospierre "A Glass Shard in the Eye"
26.09.2014 - 22.11.2014
Jadwiga Sawicka "Fragments of Stories"
24.05.2014 - 24.07.2014
Jakub Woynarowski "Saturnia Regna"
15.03.2014 - 17.05.2014
Sławomir Pawszak „Cannabis, whisky, ananas”
11.01.2014 - 08.03.2014
The Gardens. Laura Kaminskaite, Augustas Serapinas
23.11.2013 - 19.12.2013
Agnieszka Kalinowska "Eastern Wall"
27.09.2013 - 16.11.2013
Zuza Krajewska "Solstice"
29.06.2013 - 14.09.2013
WITHERED, Kisterem Gallery, Budapest
21.06.2013 - 15.08.2013
LITTLE WARSAW "Enter"
25.04.2013 - 21.06.2013
“Warsaw: The Day After..." Vartai Gallery, Vilnius
11.04.2013 - 11.05.2013
Self-Organization, vol.2: New Roman
23.03.2013 - 20.04.2013
Ewa Axelrad "Warm Leatherette"
26.01.2013 - 20.03.2013
Self-Organization, vol. 1. Certainty
05.01.2013 - 19.01.2013
Ziemilski / Marriott / The End of the World
21.12.2012 - 21.12.2012
Kama Sokolnicka "Rusty elements of our garden"
28.09.2012 - 30.11.2012
"ALPHAVILLE" Griffin Artspace, Warsaw
28.09.2012 - 30.12.2012
Krystian TRUTH Czaplicki "The Changeling"
21.07.2012 - 09.08.2012
Adam Adach "Reprezentacja"
21.04.2012 - 07.07.2012
Małgorzata Szymankiewicz, Przemek Dzienis "Sub Pop"
25.02.2012 - 14.04.2012
Nicolas Grospierre "The Bank"
03.12.2011 - 11.02.2012
Tribute To Fangor
05.11.2011 - 20.11.2011
"New Order", Art Stations, Poznań
29.09.2011 - 09.02.2012
Wojtek Ziemilski "New Order" performance
23.09.2011 - 24.09.2011
Agnieszka Kalinowska „Extinguished Neon Signs”
10.09.2011 - 30.10.2011
Jarosław Fliciński "Nobody Knows That For Sure"
25.06.2011 - 28.08.2011
THE OPENING "Plundering the Ruins of Reality"
07.05.2011 - 11.06.2011

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WGW 2018: Agnieszka Brzeżańska, Jan Dobkowski, Zuza Krajewska "Goddesses"

The ING Polish Art Foundation Prize for BWA Warszawa and Agnieszka Brzeżańska
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Purely physical infatuation. A profound bond with one’s beloved, nurtured for over half a century. Erotic and magical themes. Three individual approaches to the female body. For Agnieszka Brzeżańska, Jan Dobkowski and Zuza Krajewska, this body is unrestrained, accepted and loved. Brzeżańska’s “fluvial” jacquards (1972) hum with vital energy, while her ceramic busts resemble ancient vessels unearthed after thousands of years. Like
Source, a small model fountain made of clay, they might have been used in the fertility rites of some long-forgotten religion.
Krajewska’s Graceful. Botero Girls (1975) is a series of monumental-scale photographs taken at Polish beaches. They are inspired by the iconic beauty of the prehistoric Venus of Willendorf and the women painted by Rubens and Botero.
Jan Dobkowski (1942) is an artist whose paintings have, for well over a century, evoked erotic associations. The series Omniexistent is a visual hymn to the artist’s wife, a
depiction of unbridled femininity.
Goddesses combines faith in the power of corporeality with resistance against the politicization of the discourse surrounding the female body.

WGW EDITION !
BWA Warszawa Collector’s Edition WGW 2018:

 
Zuza Krajewska "Magda", 2018, fotografia / photography, 70x50 cm, ed. 50, 100 pln
Zuza Krajewska "Serena", 2018, fotografia / photography, 70x50 cm, ed. 50, 100 pln

ADDITIONAL EVENTS:

"The Monkeys will show", Saturday, 22.09, 7 p.m.
The Monkeys: Maria Magdalena Kozłowska & Maria Toboła
 
and guest Maciej Gąsiu Gośniowski
Audioperformative installation with guest-doppelgangers. Different bodies and waves of identity are toyed with in an uncanny manifesto brought to life by the Monkeys duet. Properly queer.

"Fold" Marta Ziółek, Sunday, 23.09, 12:00
I met Caravaggio in a great museum. His hair was in dreads or snakes. He looked terrified. What was he looking at? I twisted up my face to take a picture with the master. The Fold is the first dance about touching a picture, suddenly coming closer.
Performance by Marta Ziółek in collaboration with Wojtek Grudziński.

MARTA ZIÓŁEK is a choreographer and performer. Before starting her studies in choreography at the School for New Dance Development (SNDO) in Amsterdam, she studied at the Inter-faculty Individual Studies in the Humanities at the University of Warsaw. In her work she focuses on expanding the field of practice in choreography and the study of new forms of expression and embodiment. She operates in the language of new technologies and pop culture, she is interested in new rituals and performance studies of identity.
So far, she participated in workshops, projects, and co-worked with such choreographers and theoreticians as Bojana Cvejić, DD Dorvillier, Deborah Hay, Maria La Ribot, Trajal Harrell, Benoit Lachambre, Ann Liv Young, Xavier Le Roy.
One of her first shows as a choreographer after graduation was "Black on Black" which was produced by Hetveem Theatre in Amsterdam, co-produced by The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, STUK in Leuven, Studio Theatre in Warsaw and Komuna Warszawa in Warsaw. Komuna Warszawa has also produced her two latest works – "Make Yourself" and “PIXO”.In the meantime she initiated project called “Pamela” that had three editions to date: "Pamela at the Gallery" as part of the exhibition "Better Self" Zachęta – August 2017 and Is "It Pamela/Incarnations" (Łódź of Four Cultures Festival – September 2017), "A Seance with Pamela"( a part of: „PTV. Performans TV”, odcinek 3 Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art ).
Ziółek thus far, among other places, showed her work in the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Romania, Israel, The United States and Poland.
In 2011, she received the Dance Web scholarships from the ImPulsTanz Festival in Vienna. In 2012 she participated in the Springdance SPRING performing arts festival - Europe in Motion in Utrecht dedicated to young emerging choreographers. In 2013 she received a scholarship from the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts.
Ziółek's main focus is exploring the boundaries between visual arts, performance art, film and choreography. In 2018 She created choreographic installation for Netflix’s Pavillion - “Altered Carbon” at Ehtos Gallery. In 2017 she collaborated with Sharon Lockart and created choreography for her film presented in the Polish Pavillion at the Venice Biennale.
Ziółek also cooperated in theatrical projects such as "Ewelina’s crying," directed by Anna Karasińska and “Girls” ,"The Football Players" directed by Gosia Wdowik both at the TR theater in Warsaw. In addition, she participated in art shows such as "Let's Dance" in The Art Station Foundation gallery, "Frame Of Reference" in the Museum of Art in Lodz and in Warsaw's Sculpture Park under the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw.