100 years of Poland in art
For the one-hundredth anniversary of Poland regaining her independence, artists from the Triada gallery (Gdansk, 11/12 Piwna Street) plan to present works related to art in general, and its place in the lives of Poles. They take on the subject of patriotism, presenting it from the point of view of artists and art. The exhibition is available from 5 to 12 November.
Artists from the Tri-city make up the majority of the project’s participants, including Professor Waldemar J. Marszalek, as well as young but already prominent Polish artists such as the 2nd-place winner of the “Kompas Sztuki 2017” competition for the best young Polish artists, Katarzyna Karpowicz, and Roch Urbaniak.
The exhibition’s patron is the Marshal of the Pomeranian Voivodeship, Mieczyslaw Struk.
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