Women Commentators // enter for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Organiser: The Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation

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The exhibition ”Women Commentators” organized by Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation is dedicated to the art of the young generation of female artists who comment on current political, social and artistic affairs through their art. Main criteria for the selection of pieces for the exhibition include the strength of the artist’s position on the chosen subject, as well as the artistic presentation of conclusions and personal reflections on topics considered uncharacteristic as they relate to women. Since these pieces are not anonymous, they constitute remarkably brave comments on each particular issue. 

The exhibition will be accompanied by a range of events, such as the night screening of documentary films made by women filmmakers, presented and awarded at Planete+ Doc Film Festival.

WOMEN COMMENTATORS

Artists: Rossella BiscottiMelanie BonajoGabriela GolderNicoline van HarskampAna Hušman,Nadia Kaabi-LinkeJane Jin KaisenMagda MTamara MoyzesMarina NaprushkinaAleka PolisMarta Prus

Opening of the exhibition: October 31, 2013 at 6 p.m.
On view through: November 29, 2013
Curators: Anna Walewska, Leonida Kovač
free admission


November 23, 2013 from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m., KINO.LAB
Women Commentators Planete+ Doc Film Festival, night screening of the best documentary films made by women, shown and awarded at the Planete+ Doc Film Festival. The event accompanies the exhibition organized by the Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation in collaboration with Against Gravity, the Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle and others.

Shown films include: “Weapon of War”, “Detropia”, “Private Universe”, “Manufactured Landscapes”, “Putin’s Kiss”, “The Ghosts in our Machine”.

Organiser: The Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation

Partners: Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Planete+ Doc Film Festival and Against Gravity, Fundacja Feminoteka, Fundacja im. Tomka Byry Ekologia i Sztuka, Think Tank Feministyczny, Nome Sp. Z O.O., The Czech Center

 

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