Sequence Gallery #2: Boundaries Out of Speech has begun. Business can be enjoyed until May 22

Another opportunity to explore the art world has just appeared in Warsaw. All because of the show Sequence #2: Beyond Speechwhere works by Monika Drusinska and Irna Rosenstein from the collection of the Polish Foundation for Modern Art and the Bureau of Exhibitions in Warsaw will be presented.

Sequence #2: Beyond Speech – details

The aforementioned event takes place on May 11 – May 22, 2022 in the “Centrum Giełdowe” complex (ul. Książęca 4, Warsaw).

This exhibition is the second of four exhibitions at the Stock Exchange Center in Warsaw. Sylwia Szymaniak and Sarmen Beglarian, curators of the Sequences exhibition series, put Monika Drożyńska’s embroidery alongside surrealist drawings and paintings by Erna Rosenstein. Contemporary art, in a way, has characteristics consistent with the world of finance, in both areas, the right investment choices can not only bring equal profits, but also the pleasure of making the right decision. Artworks also allow us to shape the space in which we relate.

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The exhibition includes works by Monika Drusinska and Irna Rosenstein, which have previously been shown in exhibitions in museums and galleries in Poland and abroad. The works of both artists contain amazing combinations in many ways, mixing elements from different worlds and beyond the limits of speech.

Embroidery is one way to express the feelings and statements of Monica Drewska, and the motifs presented in the work of Erna Rosenstein seem to be quite abstract. The effect of the visual approximation of what is personal and the result of observation in the works exhibited in the “Centrum Giełdowe” complex will be visible thanks to their juxtaposition in the selection made by the curators.

Monica Drewska, Profit Not Exploit, 2020, Courtesy of the artist and Exhibition Bureau

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Biographical notes for artists whose work will be shown in Gallery Sequence No. 2

Monika Drożyńska (born 1979 in Nowy Sącz) lives and works in Krakow. Model, activist, plastic artist. Graduate and PhD student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. He cares about the language he is looking for with the help of hand embroidery on the fabric. Collaborated with Zachęta National Gallery of Art, Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Contemporary Museum in Wrocław, MUMOK – Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien in Vienna, Ludwig Múzeum – Museum of Contemporary Art in Budapest, Bozar – Center for Fine Arts in Brussels, Tel Aviv Sotheby’s . The artist’s works are in the collections of Bunkier Sztuki, the National Museum in Krakow, the Mocak Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow, the National Gallery in Kyiv, and the Lentos Kunst Museum in Linz, Austria.

Erna Rosenstein (May 17, 1913 in Lviv – November 10, 2004 in Warsaw): painter and poet. In 1932-1934 Erna Rosenstein studied at the Wiener Fraunakademie, and then in 1934-1936 in Krakow, at the Academy of Fine Arts. During her studies, she established contacts with the student Krakow Group, incl. With illustrator and graphic artist Jonasz Stern. During the Second World War, she was with her parents in Lviv. In 1942, she managed to escape from the local ghetto. After leaving Lviv, she hid under pseudonyms, first in Warsaw, and after 1944 – in Czestochovo. After the war, she became part of the Krakow vanguard. She co-founded the second Krakow Reborn Group, incl. With Tadeusz Kantor, Jonas Stern, Maria Jarima, Jadwiga Maziyarska and Artur Sandauer. Her work has recently been shown in group exhibitions at the Tate Modern (London 2022), The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York 2021), and in solo exhibitions at Hauser & Wirth (New York 2021), Galeria Szydłowski (Warsaw 2019), Fundacja Galeria Voxal (Warsaw 2022).

You’re welcome.

Erna Rosenstein, On Exit, 1961, Courtesy of the Foundation for Polish Modern Art

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