Warpechowski, Konieczny, Uklański, Bodzianowski. Warpechowski, Dawicki

Łukasz Ronduda Warpechowski, Konieczny, Uklański, Bodzianowski. Warpechowski, Dawicki, Łódź, Warszawa 2010

The book describes the relations between Marek Konieczny, Zbigniew Warpechowski and Piotr Uklański, Cezary Bodzianowski, as well as between Warpechowski and Oskar Dawicki. It thus constitutes an attempt at depicting a certain remarkable tradition of Polish avantgarde, stretching from artists associated with the conceptual breakthrough in the art of the 1960s and 1970s to their disciples, who define to a very large extent the shape of the contemporary artistic scene. It is highly significant a tradition, bearing major reference to conceptualism, of key importance to understanding the transitions that Polish art underwent throughout the last 40 years.

Publication accompanying the exhibitions Warpechowski, Konieczny, Uklański, Bodzianowski and Warpechowski, Dawicki

Languages: Polish and English

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