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Exhibitions worth seeing
January 16, 2008   
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Glass and Photography

Anna Kola is a graduate of the Fine Arts Department of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruñ, where she is a junior academic at the Faculty of Intermedia Visual Arts. Works by Kola include photography, stained-glass windows and artistic glass.
Contemporary Art Gallery in W³oc³awek, 2/4 Miedziana St., open through Feb. 3.

Identity Reconstruction

This is a retrospective of the work of Andrzej Dudek-Dürer, a Polish media artist, performer, musician and composer who lives in Wroc³aw. Dudek-Dürer believes that in a past life he was Albrecht Dürer, the German master painter of the late Gothic and early Renaissance period. His exhibition contains Dudek-Dürer's photographs and video art from the 1960s until 2005. Since 1969 Dudek-Dürer has been engaged in a "life performance" focused on himself as his principal work of art, an effort that employs photography, drawings, graphic works and videos to document his life.

Bielska BWA Gallery, Bielsko-Bia³a, 11, 3-ego Maja St., open through Feb. 3.

Viva Mexico!

This exhibition features photos, videos, performance, sculpture installations, drawings and paintings by contemporary Mexican artists. The works deal with everyday life, diverse aspects of popular culture as well as local traditions, history and social problems. Some of the works explore private life, while others combine visual arts, music, literature and architecture. The exhibition comprises work by 30 artists from Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Tijuana/San Diego and Los Angeles. The artists include Scoli Acosta, María Alós, Carlos Amorales, Gustavo Artigas, Mely Barragán, Miguel Calderon, Tania Candiani, Giacomo Castagnola, Alida Cervantes, and Héctor Zamora.

Awangarda BWA Gallery, 32 Wita Stwosza St., Wroc³aw, until Feb. 17.
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