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Polish Contemporary Art on Show
July 30, 2008   
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Points of Reference is the title of an exhibition of works by contemporary Polish artists that has just opened at the National Museum in Warsaw. This is the first full presentation of a collection that the Foundation for Contemporary Art started 10 years ago. The foundation was established by the National Museum and the Gessel law firm with the aim of promoting Polish contemporary art.

The collection encompasses more than 40 works by 19 artists. The oldest ones-including Legality of Space by Ewa Partum, Tableau II by Grzegorz Kowalski, and drawings by Tomasz Ciecierski-were created in the early 1970s, while the newest ones-a painting by Olga Wolniak and an installation by Julita Wójcik-come from 2007. Other items on display include paintings by Tomasz Tatarczyk and Wilhelm Sasnal and sculptures, installations, objects and photographs by Grzegorz Kowalski, Paweł Althamer, Katarzyna Kozyra, and Paulina Ołowska.


Open through Sept. 30
National Museum, 3 Jerozolimskie Ave., Warsaw, tel. 0-22 621-10-31
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