EXHIBITIONS/INSTALLATIONS



 

Preparations for the premiere of the ballet “The Nutcracker”, choreography by Karol Urbański,
photos by Piotr Gamdzyk

May 20th, 11:00

Theatre photography – exhibition of works produced during the 3rd Theatre Photography Competition organised by the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute in Warsaw.

(Wejściówka Café, Pl. Teatralny 1)

 

 

 

 

EXHIBITION HALO TEATR vol.2
photos by Wojtek Szabelski

May 20th, 11:00

Halo Teatr vol.2 – Wojtek Szabelski’s mobile-phone theatre photography exhibition.

(Wejściówka Café, Pl. Teatralny 1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 23rd, 12:30

To Grow up in Springa meeting with Georgia Krawiec

Two souls in one body – this is how one coulc briefly define the dual identity of the ‘protagonist’ of To Grow up in Spring. In this interactive Polish-German project, Georgia Krawiec tells a story of immigration. Using pinhole cameras, she has created a photo installation inviting the viewer to contemplate changes in the life of an immigrant. While given a chance to observe reality by alternating between the vantage points of her two, Polish and German, ‘versions’, the audience are invited to recite a nursery rhyme, consider changing their cultural affiliation, friends, language, cuisine, even their names, or to reflect on changes made to one’s value system resulting from immigration.

(Galeria Sztuki Wozownia, ul. Rabiańska 20)

 


 

PERMANENT EXHIBITIONS



 

 

I have drawn… a thought-line-space – An exhibition of stage sets by Aneta Tulisz-Skórzyńska including designs, scale mock-ups, photographs and costumes from such productions as The Ring of the Great Lady or Ex-machina-Durejko by Cyprian Kamil Norwid (dir. Piotr Jędrzejas), Georg Büchner’s Woyzeck, Jean Baptiste Racine’s Phèdre, and Danuta Parlak’s Mrs Crow’s Hat directed by Laura Słabińska. (Galeria i Ośrodek Plastycznej Twórczości Dziecka, Rynek Nowomiejski 17)

 

 

 

Among us kids – a mini-exhibition prepared by Galeria i Ośrodek Plastycznej Twórczości Dziecka (Children’s Creative Art Centre and Gallery) compares children’s works created in different regions of our continent, often far distant from each other in Eastern and Western Europe. The paintings, cartoons and graphic works displayed next to each other and created by teenage artists from Belarus, France, Germany, Russia, Ukraine and Italy tell stories about things important to them, about the world that surrounds them. (Galeria i Ośrodek Plastycznej Twórczości Dziecka, Rynek Nowomiejski 17)