Henryk | New season opening
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New season opening

07.10.2017-03.11.2017

The third season starts with three different exhibitions telling about art market. Artists from Henryk Gallery show entirely new pieces inside the flat at Rakowicka str. Another work by Lukasz Skapski will be shown in Krakow Botanical Garden. The individual exhibition of Gregor Rozanski will have place in Henryk Gallery Space, at Wrzesinska str.

Partner: Unsound Festival

The exhibitions is co-financed by the Municipality of Krakow. www.krakow.pl

Lord’s favour is no inheritance

Paweł Dudziak, Adrian Kolerski, Emilia Kina, Filip Rybkowski, Michał Sroka, Michał Soja, Katarzyna Szymkiewicz

opening: 7 October, 19:00, ul. Rakowicka 11a/16, 31-511 Kraków

8 October – 3 November 2017

curator: Aleksander Celusta

Adam’s Rib

Łukasz Skąpski

opening: 8 October, 13:00-14:00, Kraków Botanical Garden, ul. Kopernika 27, 31-501 Kraków

9 October – 3 November 2017

curator: Aleksander Celusta

Second Coming

Gregor Rozanski

opening: 9 October, 17:30, Henryk Gallery, ul. Wrzesińska 4/1, 31-031 Kraków

10 October – 3 November 2017

curator: Michał Gulik

Awaiting the return marks the contemporary cultural production, fixated on rebooting the past glory in a perpetual echo. The unfulfilled promises of the past leave us in a sense of delay. Whether we’re anticipating the return of traditional values, or revolutionary communities, there is a Second Coming pending in our collective imagination. Gregor Rozanski’s exhibition explores the aesthetics and sensorium related to this state of expectancy in hopes to make art great again. His research investigates messianic prophecies of counterculture, art, and music in the age of accelerating capital, and progressing decay.

Exhibition for working people in the automated world without work for people.

Exhibition presented as part of Unsound Festival