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January 30, 2008   
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Paweł Grześ: Photography

Grześ (b. 1983) is a student of creative photography at a university in Opava in the Czech Republic. He is also studying information technology at the Warsaw University of Technology. He lives in Gródek, a small town in eastern Poland. The exhibition includes a series of photographic portraits of the residents of Mieleszki, a Polish village near the Belarusian border. The photos show a world that is gradually disappearing. The village has 87 houses, but many of them are uninhabited today.

Lublin, Galeria Biała, 12 Peowiaków St., until Feb. 1.


Tomasz Kowalski: Miscellaneous

Born in 1984, Kowalski is a promising young artist who is studying at the Painting Department of the Cracow Academy of Fine Arts. His paintings have been inspired by Renaissance and surrealistic art. The works have a complicated structure and show strange figures that take part in mysterious rituals. Kowalski often paints a theater stage where the actors are insects and the stage props include cut-off heads, and the scenery is an unsettling landscape filled with strange trees and shrubs.

Zielona Góra, BWA Gallery, 19 Niepodległości Ave., until Feb. 3.


Magdalena Kucharska: Painted Glass

A graduate of the Ceramics and Glass Department of the Wrocław Academy of Fine Arts, Kucharska draws and paints and uses glass in an unconventional manner.
The exhibition shows an amazing, magical and fragile world that is a part of a "glass microcosm" filled with marvelous, shimmering and endless stories. Kucharska's works are referred to as painted glass. She creates nudes, beauties and mermaids. Her glass reliefs can be perceived as keys to not yet fully discovered worlds seen through a magnifying glass.

BWA Wrocław-Gallery of Contemporary Art, 9/10 Kościuszki Sq., until Feb. 2.


Julita Wiench: Drawings and Paintings

A graduate of the Painting and Graphic Department of the Gdańsk School of Visual Arts, Wiench divides her time between painting, drawing, illustrating books and designing posters. The exhibition includes some of her best drawings and paintings.

Olsztyn, BWA Gallery, 38 Piłsudskiego St., until Feb. 10.
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