In October we would like to invite you to an international exhibition of contemporary art entitled ‘Abstraction and Geometry’. The exhibition will present different painting and graphic techniques. Among the pieces there are some well-known names of both Polish and world art classics. The exhibition will take place in two different locations in Warsaw: in Retroavangarda Gallery in Jerozolimskie Business Park and in Korekta Gallery on Mazowiecka st.
Artists participating in the exhibition: Tamara Berdowska, Joseph Beuys, Max Bill, Sándor Bortnyik, Silvano Bozzolini, Eugenio Carmi, Tommaso Cascella, Mateusz Dąbrowski, Jan Dobkowski, Piero Dorazio, Stanisław Fijałkowski, Stefan Gierowski, Ryszard Gieryszewski, Jerzy Grabowski, Otto Hajek, Jerzy Kałucki, Koji Kamoji, Anna Kłos, Christine Löw, Macaparana, Cristian Mac Entyre, Dariusz Mlącki, Henry Moore, Bruno Munari, Leszek Oprządek, Haralampi G. Oroschakoff, Teresa Pągowska, Jozef Peeters, Marek Radke, Daniel Rodriguez, George Roux, Henryk Stażewski, Urszula Ślusarczyk, Antoni Tàpies, Jan Tarasin, Victor Vasarely, Christian Verhelst, Luigi Veronesi.
Pieces belong to collections of Korekta Gallery and Retroavangarda Gallery.
Curators of the exhibition: Anna Kłos (Retroavangarda) and Dariusz Mlącki (Galeria Korekta)
The exhibition is organized under the honorary patronage of the Embassy of Argentina and the Embassy of Brazil in Poland
opening of the exhibition in Korekta Gallery: 9th October 2019 (Wednesday) at 7 PM
ul. Mazowiecka 11a, Warszawa
Korekta Gallery is open from Tuesday to Friday from 3 PM–6 PM and on Saturday from 12PM to 3PM
opening of the exhibition in Retroavangarda Gallery: 10th October 2019 (Thursday) at 7 PM
Retroavangarda Gallery Jerozolimskie Business Park
Aleje Jerozolimskie 146D, 02–305 Warszawa
Retroavangarda Gallery is open from Tuesday to Friday from 11AM–7 PM
The exhibition in Retroavangarda Gallery will be open until the end of the year.
This year, for the first time, Korekta Gallery and Retroavangarda Gallery are taking part in Warsaw Art Fair at Arkady Kubickiego in Warsaw (stand no.5) on 11–13th October 2019. The event is the biggest art fair in Poland, visited each year by around 8 thousand people.
translation by Karolina Klos