Here you will listen to audio recordings that are part of the installation “Cobwebbing” as part of the exhibition “Yesterday’s Dreams Weave the Ruins of Tomorrow’s Temples”. You will also read about the sources and the voices heard.
the film directed by Anna Markowska and Jacek Chamot Breaking Up the Darkness talks about spatial objects and Anna Szpakowska-Kujawska – the artist who creates them, sometimes right in front of our eyes. It focuses on the works made in the last few years by this extremely active artist, a doyen of the Wrocław art scene. […]
Abortion in Poland was, is, and will be. Legally or not, in safe or unsafe conditions, persons with unwanted pregnancies will abort them. The exhibition at 66P grows out of the comic book Opowieści aborcyjne [Abortion stories], which was published in March this year and features real abortion stories of Polish women. We invite you to the opening on 16 September (Saturday), at 6 pm and the tour led by the curator and the artists: 17 September (Saturday), 11 a.m.
It is said that we are only able to rise to the heights of our existence in the face of love or death, and the energy released during these deepest of experiences reveals the whole truth about ourselves. In the decisive moments of life, we all become lyrical. Exhibition finale with artist-curator guided tour: August, 28, at 6:00 PM. You are welcome!
When I paint a wingling, I have to keep repeating the same painting around it. The winglings refer to the rhythms of nature, the colourful lines are the lines of the fields. Karolina Kolenda talks with the artist.
It appeared in Wrocław to please the eye, surprise the passers-by and share good vibrations with them. It looks as if it was float in the air, dazzling with its light-hearted hues, urban chic and spontaneous joy. To be seen on Księcia Witolda 66 street – you are welcome!
The exhibition ‘Breaking up the Darkness’ shows spatial objects by Anna Szpakowska-Kujawska, an artist known mainly for her paintings. These objects use a language at the intersection of figurativeness and abstraction, combining realistic observation with unbridled imagination. The exhibition is extended until 8.07!
‘Displacement’ is an attempt to look at the sacred through the prism of human negotiations with the spiritual sphere, whose stake is the human need for security and rooting.
At the “Happy The End” exhibition, we are concomitantly presenting the works of two artists who passed away almost simultaneously at the end of 2021.
19.11.2021 – 29.01.2022 The exhibition rem\a/inder consists of selected works by the Twożywo group, which Mariusz Libel and Krzysztof Sidorek agreed to arrange and recompose especially for the space of 66P. The pretext for the presentation is the artbook Plundering Reality’s Ruins (Warsaw 2020), which summarises the group’s activities. We present Twożywo’s first retrospective exhibition since the dissolution of […]
The premiere screening of the film by Joanna Rajkowska “Avant-garde for Insects” will be one of the events recommended by the organizers of the 21st New Horizons International Film Festival.