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Atlas of Modernity.
The 20th and 21st Century Art Collection

An exhibition that allows to see the collection of Muzeum Sztuki in a different way, but, more importantly, it is also a story of modernity and its meaning from a contemporary perspective constructed with the works included in the collection.

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Burning House. Selection from the Antoine de Galbert's collection

The exhibition Burning House. Selection from the Antoine de Galbert's collection portrays an array of contemporary world's conflicts, as well as the tragedies and history of the twentieth century. The selected artworks record the paroxysms of the global politics of hostility, recalling the images of carnage – for example, following the explosion of the atomic bomb in Nagasaki or the German night raids during World War II.

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Teresa Tyszkiewicz: Day After Day

The exhibition Teresa Tyszkiewicz: Day After Day is neither a classical monographic show nor a retrospective, for it abstains from producing a chronology in favor of creating an installation within which works from different periods of her over four-decade-long artistic career resonate with each-other and – despite their formal diversity – reveal the inner structure of Tyszkiewicz’s art. The exhibition shows the processuality and "organicity" inherent to Tyszkiewicz’s method bound up with her struggles with matter, body, and corporeality. 



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Neoplastic Room. Open Composition

The Neoplastic Room which used to be the centre of the collection of Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź, has become a catalyst and a reference point for activities of contemporary artists.

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Riga Notebook. Following the Lines of Wacław Szpakowski

The exhibition Riga Notebook. Following the Lines of Wacław Szpakowski takes as its starting point the work and life of Wacław Szpakowski (1883–1973). Focusing in particular on the years he spent living and studying in Riga at the beginning of the twentieth century, the exhibition also engages other artists from different generations, placing them in dialogue with each other to form alliances across time and space and extend the different threads brought together by Szpakowski’s practice. 

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