28th June - 14th September 2013

Collection of Zachęta – Contemporary Art Gallery in Szczecin

Starak Family Foundation invites to the opening of the next exhibition in Spectra Art Space. This time, we are pleased to host one of the most interesting public collections of contemporary art – Zachęta - Contemporary Art Gallery in Szczecin. To meet the need of Zachęta for searching an interesting, non-obvious places for exhibitions, we enthusiastically took up the challenge of presenting the selection of the collection in our space at ul. Bobrowiecka 6 in Warsaw.

Artists: Izabella Gustowska, Maciej Kurak, Kamil Kuskowski, Natalia LL, Agata Michowska,  Johan Muyle, Hanna Nowicka, Anna Orlikowska, Zygmunt Rytka, Aleksandra Ska, Krzysztof Sołowiej, Monika Wiechowska
Curators: Aneta Muszyńska, Agata Zbylut 

Association of Zachęta - Contemporary Art Gallery was registered on 17th November 2004. The impulse for its founding was the National Culture Programme "Signs of the Times" published in March 2004 by Waldemar Dabrowski, Minister of Culture. For over eight years of running the Association, we have gathered an impressive collection of over 200 works, which is systematically expanded with the support of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and Local Government, especially the West Pomerania Province Marshal's Office. In the opinion of critics and art historians, who has summarized the National Culture Programme "Signs of the Times", the program was carried out very efficiently, especially in Szczecin. The collection formed the basis of a series of promotional and educational projects. Mainly, we are inspired by meetings with the audience, especially in unusual spaces: churches, office buildings and public spaces.

dr hab. Agata Zbylut
president of Association of Zachęta - Contemporary Art Gallery in Szczecin

The Regional Collection of Zachęta Contemporary Art Gallery in Szczecin is created with the support of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and the West Pomerania Province Marshal's Office.

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