WMMNA: Communism, Fantasy And Homemade Bombs At Polish Art Exhibition

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Regine Debatty takes us into the world of Polish Art from the exhibition called 'The Power Of Fantasy' held at the Bozar Center in Brussels.

Caroline Ku
  • 15 august 2011


At first sight, an exhibition entirely dedicated to art from Poland might seem like an exotic eccentricity but visits to art fairs, exhibitions and festivals have opened my eyes times and times again to the high number of talented artists from Poland. Or maybe it’s just that I’m especially sensitive to what they do: the heavy, meticulous, and at times distressing, historical references in Robert Kusmirowski’s mock-upsKrzysztof Wodiczko‘s homeless vehicles, Artur Żmijewski’s video documentation of social experiments, etc.

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