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November 26, 2008   
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The Colors of Oliwa

This is a presentation of several dozen works, the result of The Colors of Oliwa open-air painting workshops held four times in Gdańsk. The 35 painters from Poland and Spain taking part in the workshops included Hanna Bakuła, Karol B±k, Włodzimierz Borowczyk, Jerzy Gnatowski, Raul Bravo Gonzales, Tomasz Lubaszka, Rosa Villalon, Marta Węg, and Małgorzata Żak.

Kołobrzeg, Gallery of Contemporary Art, Armii Krajowej St. (Town Hall), through Dec. 7.


Fragmentations: Religions Reintegrated

Marek Cecuła (b. 1944) is one of the most fascinating Polish ceramic artists working abroad, currently a professor at the National College of Art and Design in Bergen, Norway. The exhibition includes four groups of installations made from shards of porcelain and representing the world's four main religions. The artist processes and reintegrates iconic, ornamental and symbolic elements originating from very different civilizations and spiritual traditions.

Wrocław, BWA Glass and Ceramics Gallery, 9/10 Ko¶ciuszki Sq., through Jan. 9.


Constitutions: the EU and Emotions

This latest installation by Poznań-based artist Marcin Berdyszak takes on the issue of Poland's presence in the European Union. For years, his work has dealt with themes of unification, consumption, new sentiments and artificially provoked emotions. Berdyszak is interested in stereotypes developed by culture and how they function in different contexts. His reflections also touch on the mechanical judging of reality, standardization of feelings and opinions on morality.

Zielona Góra, Lubuska Land Museum, 15 Niepodległo¶ci Ave., through Jan. 18.
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