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Being situated in the MS2 building, the exhibition of the work Alea iacta est possesses a thematic link with the Neoplastic Room, designed by Władysław Strzemiński and to be found in the MS1 building. While the Neoplastic Room is universal in nature, it being oriented towards the comprehensive reconstruction of modern life, Stanisław Dróżdż’s installation foregrounds an existential dimension, stimulating as it does each recipient to reflect on the uniqueness of their fate.

ms2, Ogrodowa 19

Monday: closed
Tuesday: 9.00 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Wednesday - Sunday: 12.00 a.m. - 6.30 p.m.

 

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The exhibition "Archaic Activities" by Andrzej Zwierzchowski, a painter and professor of fine arts affiliated with the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, is a retrospective featuring works on paper and paintings from 1967-2023.
 

ms2, Ogrodowa 19

Monday: closed
Tuesday: 9.00 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Wednesday - Sunday: 12.00 a.m. - 6.30 p.m.

Black inscription "Daniel Lergon, Maciej Olekszy. Flow" on a beige background. On trhe right is a fragment of the artist's work Black inscription "Daniel Lergon, Maciej Olekszy. Flow" on a beige background. On trhe right is a fragment of the artist's work

The exhibition Daniel Lergon, Maciej Olekszy. Flow will be the first show featuring the works of these established painters at the Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź. Both Lergon, who hails from Berlin, and Olekszy, a native of Poznań, are at a specific juncture in their creative paths, wherein their artistic careers have seen a crystallisation following years of stylistic and technical exploration, which are indeed closely connected with one another. We can state all this differently – in the case of Lergon and Olekszy, their explorations venture into the inner world, the boundary points of which have been recognised, wherein the direction of their searching is pointed inward rather than outward.

Opening:

February 28, 2024 (Wednesday)

at 6:00 PM

ms1, 43 Gdańska St.

 

White inscription "Daniel Lergon, Maciej Olekszy. Flow" on a beige background. On trhe right is a fragment of the artist's work White inscription "Daniel Lergon, Maciej Olekszy. Flow" on a beige background. On trhe right is a fragment of the artist's work

The exhibition Daniel Lergon, Maciej Olekszy. Flow will be the first show featuring the works of these established painters at the Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź. Both Lergon, who hails from Berlin, and Olekszy, a native of Poznań, are at a specific juncture in their creative paths, wherein their artistic careers have seen a crystallisation following years of stylistic and technical exploration, which are indeed closely connected with one another. We can state all this differently – in the case of Lergon and Olekszy, their explorations venture into the inner world, the boundary points of which have been recognised, wherein the direction of their searching is pointed inward rather than outward.

Opening:

February 28, 2024 (Wednesday)

at 6:00 PM

ms1, 43 Gdańska St.