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The Avant-garde Museum

Openness to experiment, enthusiasm, solidarity, looking to the future, as well as disagreement with the character of the museum’s functioning at that time – all these were the characteristics of artists who in four different countries, on different continents, in their own distinct socio-political realities, decided to take on the task of redefining the concept of museum. As a result, they built up their own collections and exhibition spaces, conceived as the very seeds of avant-garde museums to come.

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The title of the exhibition. In the background, there is a sculpture by Katarzyna Kobro with colorful stripes on it. The title of the exhibition. In the background, there is a sculpture by Katarzyna Kobro with colorful stripes on it.
events
"The Status of Museums Research" Conference: CALL FOR PAPERS

International conference organized by the Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź and the National Institute for Museums and Public Collections will be held on December 3 & 4, 2021. The event will provide us with an opportunity to see broadly understood research and discursive activities taken up by museums (studies on the collections and artistic culture, organization of exhibitions) in the context of scientific research. 

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upcoming exhibitions
The Atlas of Modernity. Exercises

Due to the dynamic nature of the modern world, maps and atlases quickly become obsolete. For that very reason there is a need for new ones – such that will encourage people to search for yet undiscovered meanings, experiences and emotions that lay ahead of us. The first presentation of Atlas of Modernity and its exhibition was an invitation to a journey along the paths that had led us from the sources of the modern world to the present day. In this new version, we intend to encourage the public to independently map out their own routes in the context of the challenges of the future.

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current exhibitions
Errorism. Agnieszka Kurant

Agnieszka Kurant's art explores the invisible: the flows of virtual capital, immaterial labour, concealed forms of exploitation, and fictions impacting reality. The artist has developed novel methods of producing artistic forms, speculating about the future of work and creativity while examining the blurred boundary between the natural and the artificial, the human and the nonhuman.

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The baner is orange. There are black writings on it with information about the exhibition. The baner is orange. There are black writings on it with information about the exhibition.
upcoming exhibitions
The Earth Is Flat Again

The flat Earth, considered a metaphor, a thought experiment, and a belief falsely ascribed to the past, serves as a point of departure for reflecting on the changing roles of science and communication. The artists featured in this exhibition analyze seemingly contradictory worldviews and identify political apparatuses, technological infrastructures, and social relationships that affect our knowledge and interpretation of reality.

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