(Sunday), 4.00–5.00 PM, Beautiful Tube (level 1) + MWW roof, admission free of charge, prior registration required
Wrocław Contemporary Museum and the TIFF Festival invite you to a conversation with Łukasz Rusznica accompanying the closing of his exhibition Subterranean River and the end of the TIFF Festival “Processes”.
The starting point for the conversation will be the Untitled photographic triptych from the Subterranean River series – a work which is currently presented at the Subterranean River exhibition and which has been selected for purchase for MWW’s international collection of contemporary art.
After the conversation, we invite you to the second part of the exhibition ending on the MWW roof at 5 p.m.
Moderator: Paweł Bąkowski.
Łukasz Rusznica (b. 1980) is a photographer, curator, and educator based in Wrocław, Poland. Since graduating in cultural studies from the University of Wrocław, he has exhibited his works in galleries and museums in Poland and abroad. He is the author of the photobooks Subterranean River, Smog, Near, Infra, Toskana, and The Most Important Things I Do Not Tell You At All, designed by Thomas Schostock. He is a winner of the Show OFF Section of the Krakow Photomonth Festival 2012 and the WARTO 2015 Award. In 2016 he was selected to take part in European Eyes on Japan – a unique project inviting photographers from European Capitals of Culture to capture everyday life in Japan. He is the winner of Griffin Art Space Prize – Lubicz 2017 for the best portfolio at Krakow Photomonth 2017. Rusznica currently runs a photography gallery, Miejsce przy Miejscu, dedicated to promoting emerging photographers from Poland and abroad. He’s scholarship holder of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and the City of Wrocław (2020). http://lukaszrusznica.com/
The meeting will take place as part of the Gentle Seismograph series focused on contemporary problems. The pretext for each meeting is an attempt to understand the social, political and economic reality that changes before our eyes every day.
The event accompanies the Subterranean River exhibition and is part of the TIFF Festival “Processes.”
The purchase of works 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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