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Exhibitions at the ICC in 2024
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March 8 – April 14, 2024

“Reclaimed objects: Bogusław Bachorczyk

 

April 26 – June 2, 2024

“The Untamed Has No Words: Michał Korta”

 

May 17 – September 1, 2024

"Odessa: the Long 20th Century in Art"

 

October 4, 2024 – January 19, 2025

"Socialist Modernism: Architecture behind the Iron Curtain"

 

 

"Reclaimed objects: Bogusław Bachorczyk"

March 8 – April 14, 2024

curator: Dr. Monika Rydiger

venue: medieval cellars

 

Can objects, sometimes rubbish, washed ashore by the sea become works of art? Bogusław Bachorczyk uses such objects in his latest works. He arranges them in new, surprising combinations, merging natural and artificial elements. The exhibition will touch upon such issues as the culture of trash that we live in, the strategy of upcycling, and sustainable development.

 

Bogusław Bachorczyk is a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, where he runs the 3rd Interdisciplinary Studio at the Faculty of Painting. The works were created, among others, during artistic residencies in Ustka in 2023.

 

 

The Untamed Has No Words: Michał Korta

April 26 – June 2, 2024

curator: Natalia Żak

venue: medieval cellars

 

The Line of Shadow is a photografical story about crossing the boundaries, senses, and world of animals (and humans). The series of black-and-white photos comprise of pictures taken after dusk: “smudged” silhouettes of animals and precise studio photos. The project goes beyond the clear visual contrast and is an expression of a sensitivity typical for the end of the anthropocentrism era.

 

 

Odessa: the Long 20th Century in Art

May 17 – September 1, 2024

curators: Dr. Żanna Komar, Julia Berdiyarova, Valeria Plekhotko
venue: the ICC Gallery

 

The 20th century was a turbulent period for Odessa. The city changed hands. The inhabitants, especially in the second half of the 1930s, experienced terror and repression. How did it influence the development of Odessa art? The exhibition will feature works of the Ukrainian avant-garde and modernism, which have often become tools of resistance and critical reflection. We will also show works by contemporary artists addressing the Russian aggression against Ukraine.

 

The exhibition will include paintings, sculptures, and prints from the Odessa Art Museum. The exhibition is part of a Polish-Ukrainian project that involves the export of works representing the history of Odessa art for the duration of war in Ukraine.

 

The exhibition will be accompanied by a bilingual Polish-English publication.

 

 

"Socialist Modernism: Architecture behind the Iron Curtain"

October 4, 2024 – January 19, 2025

curators: Łukasz Galusek, Dr. Michał Wiśniewski

venue: the ICC Gallery

 

The word socialist modernism was first used by Adam Miłobędzki in 1995.

He used it as a synonym for prefabricated panels and housing factories – hundreds of state-built tower block housing estates implementing the dogma of communist social engineering. The exhibition answers the question of how we understand social modernism today in relation to the most interesting works from various countries of Central Europe. The photos and models on display present housing estates as well as monuments, TV towers, cemeteries, churches and funeral homes, but also a library and a train station. The exhibition also shows how the approach to socmodernist architecture has changed in recent years.

 

The exhibition will be accompanied by a bilingual Polish-English publication.

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