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WACŁAW SZPAKOWSKI (1883-1973). RHYTHMICAL LINES : kliknij
Name: WACŁAW SZPAKOWSKI (1883-1973). RHYTHMICAL LINES
Date: 2017-06-29 do 2017-10-01
Authors: Curator: Elżbieta Łubowicz; Coordinators from MOB: Monika Kosteczko-Grajek
Place: Modern Art Gallery – 8a Mennica Street on the Mill Island
Description:
Wacław Szpakowski is a pioneer of geometrical abstraction in art. He authored a collection of drawings “Rhythmical lines”, created between 1900-1951, partly in Bydgoszcz, where Szpakowski lived from 1931 through to 1934. Apart from drawings, photographs and sketches by Wacław Szpakowski, the exhibition will also present contemporary animations of his “Rhythmical Lines” aiming to demonstrate the complex and surprising trajectories of the lines running through his drawings, which is difficult to trace in the original pieces. The exhibition will be open from June 29, 2017 at 6.00 p.m. in the European Money Centre at Mennica 4 Street on the Mill Island.

 

The City – The People – The River. A tale of Bydgoszcz from the banks of the Brda and Vistula. : kliknij
Name: The City – The People – The River. A tale of Bydgoszcz from the banks of the Brda and Vistula.
Date: 2017-06-01 do 2017-09-10
Authors: Dariusz Leśniewski
Place: Archaeological Collections – 2 Mennica Street on the Mill Island
Description:
The Leon Wyczółkowski District Museum in Bydgoszcz worked on a temporary exhibition entitled “The City – The People – The River. A tale of Bydgoszcz from the banks of the Brda and Vistula”, which is part of an exhibitionary project being carried out by the Pomeranian Branch of The Association of Polish Museologists.

 

The History of Money. The Duchy of Warsaw (1807-1815) : kliknij
Name: The History of Money. The Duchy of Warsaw (1807-1815)
Date: 2017-05-20 do 2018-04-08
Authors: Wojciech Ślusarczyk, Jarosław Kozłowski
Place: European Money Centre – 4 Mennica Street on the Mill Island
Description:

The aim of this exhibition is to present monetary systems operating in Europe from the mid-18th century until the early to mid-19th century with an emphasis on the period of the Napoleonic Wars. It is also designed to present the economic functions of money in those times.


 

Playing with art : kliknij
Name: Playing with art
Date: 2017-05-07 do 2017-10-01
Authors: Mateusz Soliński
Place: Granaries – 7-11 Grodzka Street
Description:
What is art? What is its function? Can art help us understand the surrounding world? How can we interpret non-figurative (abstract) works of art? The exhibition "Playing with art" is divided into five modules dedicated to different, but complementary issues, such as: space, the human figure, light and darkness, color and distortion.

 

Francisco Goya – between reason and madness : kliknij
Name: Francisco Goya – between reason and madness
Date: 2017-04-20 do 2017-06-11
Authors: Barbara Chojnacka
Place: Modern Art Gallery – 8a Mennica Street on the Mill Island
Description:
Seven years ago, we launched a new series of exhibitions presenting the work of the great masters of printmaking. So far, we have displayed the works of artists who were painting between the late 15th century and 1670s – Dürer and Rembrandt, as part of the exhibitions “Rembrandt and the Descendants of his Tradition” (2010) and “Revolutions in print”. Albrecht Dürer and the German School of Painting of the 15th and 16th century (2011). Currently, switching to another cultural region of Europe, we are moving on to the South, to Spain, where the art of Francisco Goya Lucientes – a court painter and printmaker – blossomed at the turn of the 18th and 19th century.

 

Is searching a waste of time? Janusz Akermann – painting and graphics : kliknij
Name: Is searching a waste of time? Janusz Akermann – painting and graphics
Date: 2017-01-26 do 2017-03-26
Authors: Kurator: Barbara Chojnacka
Place: Modern Art Gallery – 8a Mennica Street on the Mill Island
Description:
Both graphic and painting works made by Janusz Akermann, presented at exhibitions starting from the 1980s, have been stirring up controversy and a wide variety of different opinions. “Protest and scream of the man are the main topics of the paintings". Images are brave, in terms of both titles and content”. “Akermann’s people, observed on streets, in windows, stores or bathrooms are depicted under such titles as Kissers, Prats, Commies, Polish Hags, Mugs, Masks”. “Akermann’s paintings are extremely expressive, you can’t help but not ignore them". Vernissage of the exhibition will be on January 26 2017 at. 18.00, admission free.





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