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Mirosław Bałka: Nerve. Construction

„Mirosław Bałka (b.1958, Warsaw, Poland) is one of the most significant artists of his generation. This catalogue documents Mirosław Bałka: Nerve. Construction exhibition  at Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź - the first such broad and comprehensive presentation of the artist's work to date. It presents works created over the course of more than three decades, from diverse moments of the artist's practice to contemporary site-specyfic commissions realised for the historical interiors of the museum. Most of them were shown to the public for the first time. Essays by Marta Dziewańska, Zbigniew Mikołejko, Allegra Pesenti and Kasia Redzisz analyse works included in the exhibition, defining new  interpreteational contexts for Bałka's practice. They are accompanied by the full photographic documentation of the show”.

Published by: Muzeum Sztuki w Łodzi
Texts by: Kasia Redzisz, Allegra Pesenti, Marta Dziewańska, Zbigniew Mikołejko
Concept and scientific editing: Kasia Redzisz
Publishing coordinators: Ewa Jędrzejczak
Translation: Ewa Kanigowska-Giedroyć, Maya Kowalczyk, Marcin Wawrzyńczak
Proofreading and copy editing: William Gilcher, William Kherbek
Graphic design and typesetting: Błażej Pindor

ISBN: 978-83-63820-42-8
Published in 2017
Dimensions: 20 x 27 x 2,5 cm
Cover: hardback
Languages: Polish and English
Number of pages: 252
Illustrations: ca. 146 (in colour)

Publication accompaning the exhibition: „Mirosław Bałka: Nerve. Construction” which took place at Muzeum Sztuki ms² Łódź ( 27.11.2015 - 13.03.2016).

Price: 120 PLN

You can purchase this publication by emailing us at:  ksiegarnia@msl.org.pl






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