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February 4, 2009   
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Exploring Masks
The Faces and Masks exhibition at the Ziemi Lubuskiej museum in the western city of Zielona Góra has more than 30 digitally transformed photomontages by Witold Krumplewski on display. Faces and Masks has been divided into two cycles which maintain a stylistic unity despite a difference in treatment. Krumplewski's fascination with photography, sculpture and painting is everywhere in evidence. Decomposed facial features take on new meaning when dressed with architectural fragments and landscape motifs. Witold Krumplewski was born in 1971 and lives in Zielona Góra. He made his artistic debut with an individual exhibition in 1990. Krumplewski explores digital photomontage, taking his inspiration from his travels around Europe.

Muzeum Ziemi Lubuskiej, 15 Niepodległo¶ci Ave., Zielona Góra, until March 8

Lachowicz Retrospective
Reanimation is a retrospective exhibition of the work of Andrzej Lachowicz at the Galeria Bielska BWA in the southern city of Bielsko-Biała. Lachowicz's work continues to influence the visual arts in Poland. His forays into graphic design, drawing, photography, video and art theory are all on display.

Lachowicz was born in Vilnius in 1939 and graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, southwest Poland, in 1965. He helped found the neo avant-garde PERMAFO group and gallery in Wrocław, and laid the foundations for Polish conceptualism and "staged photography".

Galeria Bielska BWA, 11, 3-go Maja St., Bielsko-Biała, until Feb. 22
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