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Exhibition ‘Andrzej Wróblewski (1927–1957). In the First Person’ during the 60th Venice Biennale


On 20 April 2024, the opening of the exhibition Andrzej Wróblewski. (1927–1957). In the First Person will take place during the Venice International Art Biennale as part of the official Collateral Events. This exhibition has been organised by the Starak Family Foundation, whose founders, Anna and Jerzy Starak, own the largest private collection of the artist’s works.

The exhibition ‘In the First Person’ tells the story of art in times of captivity, of being on the leash and hobbled by orders. It’s a dialogue with contemporaries on the price and consequences of one’s choices. It’s a young artist’s postmortem cry for courage, intransigence and social responsibility, Ania Muszyńska, curator of the exhibition, emphasises.

The exhibition will feature more than 70 works by the artist, mainly from the collection of Anna and Jerzy Starak and the collections of the national museums in Warsaw, Lublin and Wrocław, as well as other private collections.

Exhibition open from April 20 to November 24, 2024.
Procuratie Vecchie
Curator: Ania Muszyńska; cruatorial team: Magda Marczak-Cerońska, Kama Kieremkampt
Procuratie Vecchie
St Mark’s Square, San Marco 139-153/A, Venice,0