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Elżbieta Jabłońska, Amazingly (Un) Accomplished Work

In her present exhibition, Elżbieta Jabłońska takes stock of her work to date. The artist belongs to the elite of contemporary Polish artists. The exhibition also represents the artist’s attempt to look at her work from a distance; to move away from the previous interpretations and, last but not least, is a subtle attempt to change meanings. In its original concept, the exhibition aimed to pursue new ideas in Elżbieta Jabłońska’s art. Primarily, however, the exhibition will be subject to self-reflection - we will be invited to scrutinise the process of creating an exhibition. The artist has adopted this stance to make a point: her objection to confining her – still developing – art within the narrow confines of a museum framework.
Elżbieta Jabłońska, Amazingly (Un) Accomplished Work
Opening: 22.06.2011 18:00
On view: 23.06.2011-24.07.2011
Curator: Magdalena Ujma

In her present exhibition, Elżbieta Jabłońska takes stock of her work to date. The artist belongs to the elite of contemporary Polish artists. The exhibition also represents the artist’s attempt to look at her work from a distance; to move away from the previous interpretations and, last but not least, is a subtle attempt to change meanings. In its original concept, the exhibition aimed to pursue new ideas in Elżbieta Jabłońska’s art. Primarily, however, the exhibition will be subject to self-reflection - we will be invited to scrutinise the process of creating an exhibition. The artist has adopted this stance to make a point: her objection to confining her – still developing – art within the narrow confines of a museum framework.

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