Pamoja Goods

Design and performance matosekniezgoda for Razem Pamoja Foundation

Summer Display for Przekrój

Summer display for “Przekroj” magazine Bolesław Prus bookshop Warsaw, June 2017

Opole Festival seen from the backstage

Exhibition presenting projects of festival stage design from 70′ and 80′

Spring display for Przekroj

Shopwindow display design for “”Przekrój” Magazine Prus Bookshop, Warsaw April 2017

Magnetic Wheels

artists: Karolina Breguła, Grzegorz Kozera, Jan Mioduszewski, Marta Paciejewska, Iza Rogucka organisers: Fundacja Sztuki Nowoczesnej / Instytut Francuski / Miejsce Projektów Zachęty Salon Citroen, Warszawa November 2016 some of the photos: ©Bartłomiej Szyperski/carpressphoto.pl

After an error

“After an error” was an exhibition consisting of four individual shows exploring the definitions of different emotional reactions to mistakes and errors. Artists: Maciej Chorąży, Zuza Golińska, Maria Magdalena Kozłowska, Nomadic State (Karolina Mełnicka, Stach Szumski). Soprano: Aleksandra Klimczak

Die Deutschen Kamen Nicht

The Germans did not come 20 November 2016 – 5 March 2017 Kunsthaus Dresden – Städtische Galerie für Gegenwartskunst curator: Michał Bieniek artists: Tomasz Bajer, Piotr Blajerski, Mira Boczniowicz, Antoni Dzieduszycki, Karolina Freino, Krzysztof Furtas, Oskar Hansen, Piotr Kmita, Szymon Kobylarz, Anna

Poland — a country of folklore?

How was folklore and folk art perceived directly after the war and in the first decades of the Peoples Republic of Poland? How did the ‘people’s’ government make use of it? How did its status change, the moment it was introduced into museums and galleries? What was the status of the folk artist — perceived as ‘the other’?

Visual Spa

Visual Spa / Art Dissolved in the Contemporary / pop-up exhibition
Blue Skyscraper, Warsaw
3-5th September 2016

When Will I Be Little Again?

The key themes of the exhibition When Will I Be Little Again? are the coming-of-age story and the moment when the artistic personality is borne.

The Travellers

The exhibition looks at travel in a region where freedom to travel was, until recently, a luxury available only to the very few.

In the Museum Anything Goes

The exhibition, which is divided into six individual segments, features works from all museum collections: ancient and Oriental artefacts, craft objects, old and contemporary sculptures, photographs, drawings and prints, coins and medals, clothes and paintings created in various periods. Many of these works have never been presented to the public.