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In Search of Identity
July 1, 2009   
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In her latest exhibition at Warsaw's Appendix2 Gallery, Laura Pawela, one of the most famous contemporary Polish painters and sculptors of the young generation, investigates her own artistic language and identity.

Pawela creates metaphorical narrative video images and objects in which she alludes to 19th-century paintings of Caspar David Friedrich and the tradition of landscape painting.

Pawela's works, filled with a peculiar sense of anxiety, provide space for an exploration of the darkness and obsessions of daily life. They trigger a feeling of alienation and irrational fear.

M.R.

Appendix2 Gallery, 9 Białostocka St., until Aug. 29, Tue.-Fri. 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.-3 p.m.; www.appendix2.com
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