On Sunday, 12 June, at 2.45 PM Sylwia Serafinowicz – curator of the exhibition, will guide us through the “Labor Relations”.

“Labor Relations. From the International Contemporary Art Collection of Wrocław Contemporary Museum” is the first presentation of the international collection of contemporary art that has been built up at Wrocław Contemporary Museum since 2011 addresses the issue of today’s ‘labor relations’. The phrase refers to the relations between the employer and the employee whose current dynamics is determined by the very same processes that influence the global markets: colonialism, industrialisation and capitalism. They also shape the political landscape, migrant destinations, and the state of the body and the mind.

The sociopolitical profile of the exhibition makes a reference to Jerzy Ludwiński’s idea. In his 1966 text Museum of Current Art, he called for the creation of a museum that would act as a gentle seismograph and catalyst for detecting changes in the field of art. He viewed this field as part of the world around it, including the heavy industry that sponsored many symposia and exhibitions.

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Entry to the exhibition tour is free. We look forward to welcoming you!

Co-financed by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage