• Breuning Olaf

    Olaf Breuning draws inspiration for his works from his numerous journeys. Being a nomad, he realises his films or pictures in a place of his current exhibition. He shows cultures distant from one another, arranging them in an exotic and original mishmash. >>

  • Bujnowski Rafał

    Rafał Bujnowski is one of the most characteristic Polish artists of the young generation. His main concerns include the question of art in public space, the originality of the work of art, and commercialisation of art. >>

  • Burska Bogna

    Just as Borges plays with reality, Burska uses two artistic means – a quote and the change of context – to achieve a constant game of reflections, repetitions, spinning, breaking and tying again threads of sense in one complete whole. >>

  • Ciecierski Tomasz

    Tomasz Ciecierski’s creative output includes painting, drawing and photographic cycles that allude to one another. The artist’s canvases frequently constitute a record of thinking about the painting and the process of painting it. >>

  • Dawicki Oskar

    Oskar Dawicki’s work is typically mocking, perverse and lighthearted. However, the laughter that he provokes is bitter and does not result from a nihilistic attitude. It much more serves to denounce the time of confusion that we live in. >>

  • Deskur Marta

    She takes up socially relevant issues (e.g. migration, cultural strangeness), as well as feminist questions (e.g. the issues of virginity or motherhood). She deals with stereotypes and customs cautiously, criticising them mildly but, at the same time, admitting that they are needed; she examines emotional relationships between people (the cycle Family). >>

  • Doroszuk Wojtek

    In his works he is concerned with problems connected with the questions of: foreignness, barriers in interpersonal contacts and limitations due to language. >>

  • Dwurnik Edward

    Eward Dwurnik has been creating figurative painting cycles commenting on Polish reality. His works are provocatively anti-aesthetic, tersely realistic, grotesque, and hastily drawn. The influence of Nikifor and German expressionists is discernible in his suggestive and bizarre way of representation. >>

  • Górna Katarzyna

    Katarzyna Górna creates large-format photographs and videos that are often combined into spatial installations. The female figure is in the centre of her attention, as well as the problem of the identity of an individual and their sexuality. >>

  • Janicki Aleksander

    His works are pastiches of marketing strategies that uncover and deconstruct the ideology of marketing. He deals with the problems of identity, the status of the artist and the work of art. He takes up the issues of the influence of mass media and popular culture on society with their manipulative and persuasive methods aiming at transforming the viewer into a perfect consumer. >>