Education, Teenagers, Adults
(Saturday), 12.00–2.00 pm, admission free
Viewing art can be very pleasant, even if you do not have artistic education or a special interest in art, or simply not much time.
If you want, you can enter the museum to see just a handful of works – unhurriedly, without pressure and fatigue – and then share your impressions over a cup of coffee.
Five volunteers will wait for two hours next to selected works to tell the visitors five stories hidden behind these artworks, stimulating discussion and reflection.
This year, we will together look at selected works featured at temporary exhibitions:
Natalia LL, Intimate Registration, 1969, property of lokal_30 gallery.
Natalia Gaj will talk about the work.
Beata Stankiewicz-Szczerbik, Heart, 2014/2019, property of the artist.
Helena Grzybowska will talk about the work.
Ignacy Czwartos, Nuptial Portrait of Wioletta and Olgierd Chmielewski, 2013, property of the artist.
Wiesław Banaszkiewicz will talk about the work.
Joanna Pawlik, Threnody, 2017, MWW collection.
Paulina Wiśniewska will talk about the work.
Marina Abramović, Dragon Head, 1990, MOCAK collection.
Julia Langosz will talk about the work.
All Slow Art Day participants who are eager for creative activity are most welcome to join the open air painting workshop inspired by the exhibition Ignacy Czwartos. The Polish Painter. More informaction.
The purchase of works for the MWW collection was co-financed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage from the Culture Promotion Fund under the National Contemporary Art Collections programme.
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