Paweł Kowalewski

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Centre of Polish Sculpture in Orońsko Zachęta – National Gallery of Art The National Forum of Music in Wrocław from 19 February to 31 July 2019. Curators: Joanna Egit-Pużyńska, Anna Podsiadły, Henryk Gac Building a collection of art is a process that, like art itself, is subject to constant transformation and periodic verification. The pride of …

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Centre of Polish Sculpture in Orońsko Zachęta – National Gallery of Art The National Forum of Music in Wrocław from 19 February to 31 July 2019. Curators: Joanna Egit-Pużyńska, Anna Podsiadły, Henryk Gac Building a collection of art is a process that, like art itself, is subject to constant transformation and periodic verification. The pride of …

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Zeitgeist

The Jerke Museum in Recklinghausen prepared an exhibition of Pawel Kowalewski’s output which included his sculptures (most of them weren’t on a display for 30 years) and his most recognizable painting Me Shoot By Indians. In St Peter church you were able to find large works on paper with quotes from The Book of Psalms. …

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The Jerke Museum in Recklinghausen prepared an exhibition of Pawel Kowalewski’s output which included his sculptures (most of them weren’t on a display for 30 years) and his most recognizable painting Me Shoot By Indians. In St Peter church you were able to find large works on paper with quotes from The Book of Psalms. …

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These things now

Exhibition These Things Now was open in gallery Propaganda, Warsaw, from February 20 to April 2, 2016. The exhibition was presenting selection of works by Paweł Kowalewski from mid 80’s. Working on them he was younger then these works are today, and without a clue about what will happen in following thirty years, with all the socialpolitical changes in Poland, Europe, world in …

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These things now, Propaganda gallery, 2016

Exhibition These Things Now was open in gallery Propaganda, Warsaw, from February 20 to April 2, 2016. The exhibition was presenting selection of works by Paweł Kowalewski from mid 80’s. Working on them he was younger then these works are today, and without a clue about what will happen in following thirty years, with all the socialpolitical changes in Poland, Europe, world in …

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Totalitarianism Simulator

In Totalitarianism Simulator the viewer is closed inside in an enormous dark cabin in which he watches a multimedia projection which places him face to face with the dark heritage of XXth century history. The installation is an allusion to well known simulators of various kinds which test human behaviour, such as ones dedicated to …

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Totalitarianism Simulator, Radom, 2013

In Totalitarianism Simulator the viewer is closed inside in an enormous dark cabin in which he watches a multimedia projection which places him face to face with the dark heritage of XXth century history. The installation is an allusion to well known simulators of various kinds which test human behaviour, such as ones dedicated to …

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NOT ALLOWED!

The series of photos NOT ALLOWED! was prepared over several years. While travelling Paweł Kowalewski took various photographs of different signs with orders and injunctions and on their basis made reproductions. They were presented for the first time at the 2 Mediations Biennale in Poznań in 2010. The main sign for the Biennale itself was …

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The series of photos NOT ALLOWED! was prepared over several years. While travelling Paweł Kowalewski took various photographs of different signs with orders and injunctions and on their basis made reproductions. They were presented for the first time at the 2 Mediations Biennale in Poznań in 2010. The main sign for the Biennale itself was …

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Strength and Beauty

Strength and Beauty. A very subjective history of Polish mothers is a form of tribute to the young women who were born at the beginning of the XX century, and whose youth fell during the time of the Second World War and the development of the two biggest totalitarian systems. The exhibition was first presented …

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Strength and Beauty, 2015, Artists' House, Tel Aviv, Israel

Strength and Beauty. A very subjective history of Polish mothers is a form of tribute to the young women who were born at the beginning of the XX century, and whose youth fell during the time of the Second World War and the development of the two biggest totalitarian systems. The exhibition was first presented …

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