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Young Belgian Art in Warsaw
June 30, 2011   
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The Pole Gry/Le Terrain De Jeu (Playing Field) exhibition at the Zachêta National Gallery in Warsaw features sculptures, paintings, films and other work by contemporary artists from Brussels and Liege.

The exhibition is the result of a study trip by curator Magda Kardasz to the two cities. Its aim is to highlight prominent artists of the young generation and their projects, ranging from minimalist to abstract, sometimes with references to classic engravings or street art, to Dadaist games and works ironically reflecting on reality, highlighting grotesque aspects of human existence. The artists featured include Michael Danes, Messieurs Delmotte, Xavier Mary, Benoit Platéus, Frédéric Platéus, Boris Thiébaut and the Denicolai & Provoost duo.

The exhibition highlights the work of artists who enter into constructive dialogue or argue with one another, thus creating the playing field mentioned in the title.

Through July 31
Zachêta National Gallery of Art
3 Ma³achowskiego Sq., tel. 22 827 58 54,
Open Tue.-Sun. Noon-8 p.m.
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