To mark the centenary of Tadeusz Różewicz’s birth, the exhibition “Różewicz and Paintings” was opened at the Opera Gallery in the Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera. The curator of the exhibition, Marcin Fedisz, has selected painters and their works in such a way as to illustrate the poet’s long-standing friendships with the artistic community. The exhibition features works by such artists as Tadeusz Brzozowski, Maria Jarema, Ewa Kierska, Aleksander Kobzdej, Tadeusz Makowski, Kazimierz Mikulski, Jerzy Nowosielski, Jonasz Stern, Stasys Eidrigevičius, Jerzy Tchórzewski and Andrzej Wróblewski.
The paintings of these artists have been complemented by the words of Różewicz. Thanks to the cooperation with the Andrzej Wróblewski Foundation, the exhibition features seven works on paper by the artist. Some of them are sketches for Executions and “Mother with a Dead Child” – some of them have not been exhibited before and are known only from publications. These drawings show subsequent stages of Wróblewski’s thinking about the cycle of Shootings, they also show the artist’s unrealized ideas.
Prof. Marzenna Ciechańska talks about her long-standing cooperation with the Andrzej Wróblewski Foundation, as part of which over 400 works on paper have undergone conservation, including those shown at the exhibition ‘Andrzej Wróblewski. Waiting Room’ exhibition at Moderna galerija in Ljubljana, organised in cooperation with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute. In her presentation, Prof. Ciechańska also describes the conservation process itself.
An exhibition devoted to artist’s stay in Yugoslavia and his late work. Andrzej Wróblewski. Waiting room – 15.10.2020-10.01.2020
More than 120 works from the last years of his work. Among them there are such famous paintings as the Waiting Room, The Queue Continues, Chaired Woman I and The Tombstone of Womanizer, numerous gouaches, monotypes, and a dozen or so large-format works created on brown packaging paper. A great majority are works that have never been exhibited before or were last shown to a wider audience in 1958.
In one of the most prestigious museums of modern art belonging to L’Internationale – Moderna galerija in Ljubljana from 15 October 2020.
Moderna galerija is one of the oldest and most prestigious museums in Central Europe, which for several decades has been initiating bold exhibition and scientific projects devoted to the heritage of post-war Yugoslavia and Central and Eastern Europe. Exhibition Andrzej Wróblewski. Waiting Room will be held in the Slovenian capital for three months – until 10 January 2021.
The exhibition is made possible thanks to the support of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute.
Curators: Magdalena Ziółkowska, Wojciech Grzybała, Marko Jenko
Andrzej Wróblewski. Waiting Room Moderna galerija Cankarjeva 15 Lublana, Słowenia 15.10.2020 – 10.01.2021
Next stations of the international project Trauma & Revival. At the exhibition Art in Europe 1945–1968. The Continent that the EU does not know in ZKM | Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe (22.10.2016 – 29.01.2017) were presented two oil paintings by Andrzej Wroblewski: Execution Against the Wall (Execution IV), 1949; Child with Dead Mother, 1949.
„The exhibition offers a new look at the cultural connections and historical links between the European nations. Through the historical retrospect, it opens up new perspectives to a future Europe and shows what a strong and positive effect art and culture can have to overcome the current crisis.”
Curators: Dr. Eckhart Gillen and Prof. Dr. h.c. mult. Peter Weibel