Opening of the exhibition //Polish Cut-Outs// by Alicja BiałaGo to the exhibition
Opening of the exhibition Polish Cut-Outs by Alicja Biała
On Friday October 5 at 6 pm, we invite you to the opening of the exhibition Polish Cut-Outs by Alicja Biała with the participation of the artist, Marcin Świetlicki and Jaroslaw Borowiec (Wolno Publishing House). Admission is free.
Polish Cut-Outs by Alicja Biała are an ever-expanding collection of over 40 collages. The biggest ones are compositions more than two metres long. How best to capture the image of one’s own country? The artist is trying to find the answer. Her method employs all possible means at her disposal: things that she has remembered and heard, archival photographs, materials found on the internet and her own shots. Alicja Biała’s take on the image of Poland, as evident from her works, is that history explains the present. The exhibition will feature both new cut-outs and those illustrating Marcin Świetlicki’s selection of poems Poland (A Collection of Patriotic Songs), published by Wolno Publishing House (2018).
During the opening you will have an opportunity to take part in the action Poland – No Offence Taken, inaugurated on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the country regaining independence. As part of this endeavour, three original works by Alicja Biała and the volume by Marcin Świetlicki will be available on a short-term loan to those interested in experiencing art in private. The duo Delta Tekla (Marcin Swietlicki, Małgorzata Tekiel) will add splendour to the occasion.
Those interested please contact the MOCAK Library at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: (+48) 12 263 40 36.
Alicja Biała (born 1993) – illustrator, graphic and visual artist. Graduate of VIA University College and Copenhagen School of Design and Technology in Denmark. She is currently continuing her education at the Royal College of Art in London. She is the author of murals in Warsaw (Cyclists, 2016), Agueda (Widows and Widowers, 2016), Mexico City (Mexico Dances, 2017) and Kassel (Unknown, 2017). More information >>