The exhibition was organized as part of the 100-year-anniversary celebration of the Awangarda. The starting point for the exhibition was the art by one of the most important representatives of the Polish avant-garde Natalia LL. It is also a reference to the traditional convention of artistic self-portrait. As a result, the exhibition portrays the identity of contemporary Polish artists of different generations. It is a cross-section of the strategies of representative artists of the last few decades, their attitude towards tradition, the power of the avant-garde to redefine reality through art, the ability to rebel against economic violence and the liberating sense of humor.
curators: Anna Mituś, Paweł Jarodzki
artists: Natalia LL, Roman Opałka, Zbigniew Libera, Krzysztof Bednarski, Paweł Althamer, Katarzyna Kozyra, Cezary Bodzianowski, Jerzy Kosałka, Grupa Sędzia Główny, Aneta Grzeszykowska, Oskar Dawicki, Marcin Maciejowski, Iwo Rutkiewicz, Olaf Brzeski, Wojciech Puś, Olga Lewicka, Wojciech Bąkowski, Aleksandra Urban, Łukasz Rusznica, Beata Rojek, Ada Karczmarczyk, Martyna Czech, Ewa Juszkiewicz i Maurycy Gomulicki
visual identification: Monika Zawadzki.
The exhibition will be accompanied by Biuro # 16 Selfie – a magazine with texts by Jakub Woynarowski, Professor Marta Leśniakowska, Romuald Demidenko and Zofia Krawiec and the curators – this time the magazine is entirely devoted to the exhibition.
Miejsce przy Miejscu gallery will change for the time of the exhibition in the local branch of BWA Wroclaw and will present a self-portrait exhibition of Tomasz Tyndyk.
Exhibition funded by The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage