The Innominate Spaces was a joint artistic project of two groups: Input-Output (Izmir, Turkey) and Art Transparent Foundation (Wrocław, Poland) carried out under the framework of TANDEM Cultural Managers Exchange. It focuses on public spaces, urban transformation and collective actions. The project was inspired by the violent events in Turkey (2013). It also reflects the … Continue reading
Author Archives: ART TRANSPARENT
Creating lasting partnership
One of the aims for the CAfE Grundtvig project was to create a partnership among organisations dealing with contemporary art and adult education. During the final meeting in Rehlovice we decided we are satisfied with the results and feel more trust. to cooperate in the future. A few weeks later a few Grundtvig partners met … Continue reading
City – Inflammatory state – two months after SURVIVAL Art Review
It’s been almost two months since the meetings of partner organisations and learners attended together in Wrocław, Poland, during the 12th edition of the SURVIVAL Art Review. SURVIVAL is organised each year in a different space, which always shapes the theme and character of it. This year, artists and lecturers were asked to refer to … Continue reading
Merging audiences – Artistic scene during cinema feast – Wrocław
On Thursday, 24 July 2014, Wrocław will start celebrating its yearly festival for cinema lovers, as the next edition of the T-Mobile New Horizons International Film Festival kicks off on Thursday evening. As every year, this film festival, the biggest in Poland, drags thousands of people from the across Poland and Europe to Wrocław. For … Continue reading
“We’re sailing!” : CAfE visits SURVIVAL Art Review in Wrocław, Poland.
In the end of June 2013 all the partners of CAfE project visited SURVIVAL Art Review organised in Wrocław (Poland) by the ART TRANSPARENT Foundation. During the visit not only they had i chance to see the exhibition of SURVIVAL Art Review, but also to participate in meetings, debates and lectures dedicated to contemporary art … Continue reading
Exhibition: Piotr Sakowski, ‘ . ’
In his practice, Piotr Sakowski aims at maximum simplification of the traditional ways of presenting art – all he does is show the captions accompanying his works, which are in fact absent in the gallery. Sakowski’s subtle interference with the exhibition space, in the spirit of the conceptual art tradition, emphasises the potential of a … Continue reading
SURVIVAL 11. Art Review: We’re sailing!
The heart of events of SURVIVAL 11 Art Review will be the square by the Academy of Fine Arts and the nearby pedestrian walkway, the so-called Xawery Dunikowski Boulevard, which, together with Wzgórze Polskie [Polish Hill] and Zatoka Gondoli [the Gondola Bay], constitute a truly picturesque and aesthetically-appealing recreation area right in the city centre. … Continue reading
‘Active Poetry. Introduction to Polish Art in Public Space’ – London 6-13.12.2012
We would like to inform and invite you to our newest exhibitions to be shown in London about Polish Art in Public Space – Active Poetry. The aim of the exhibition Active Poetry. Introduction to Polish Art in Public Space is to promote artists’ actions in public space in Poland before 1989 and to show … Continue reading