The leitmotif of the exhibition can be encapsulated in two concepts – 'logic' and 'emotion'. The organisers of the exhibition hold that the tension between these concepts is the pivot of contemporary Japanese art.
Omer Fast’s exhibition is the artist’s first larger presentation in Poland. We show four video installation. In Fast’s films, the plot often takes place on a number of levels. Scenes that take place in reality clash with imagined or remembered ones.
The second in the series of Mikołaj Smoczyński’s exhibitions is based entirely on his works in the MOCAK Collection; we will be presenting two of the earliest photographic series by the artist: Double Object and The Secret Performance.
Nikifor Krynicki is the pivotal point of the exhibition. Other artists on display represent a philosophy and artistic approach similar to the Master from Krynica.
The first exhibition at Re Gallery by artists from outside Poland. We present video works by young Israeli artists – Ben Hagari and Nadav Bin-Nun.
The most recent exhibition of the MOCAK Collection, while retaining several works of art from its previous opening, has been extended to include the works acquired in the last two years.
Ryszard Krynicki worked on his visual poem G from the autumn of 1967 until January 1971 The author used article headlines and cuttings from newspaper articles to create a unique collection of poems / collages.