Ok, I know I should have wrote this post a week ago because Warsaw Gallery Week was 26-28 of September 2014, but there was so many things happening in my life (finding a new atelier and finishing wedding dress project) it was really impossible to do that.
With my friends, we decided to visit two exhibitions which we had found most interesting. And I'm very glad for that choice! The Miniatures by Marek Piasecki revived our imaginations. We was trying to guess what was captured on the photo, because we was able to see only the "appearance" of objects, a moment just before total connection object-light, just before picturing the material object. The arrangement was also interpretation of the past exhibition arranged by the artist himself. Horizontal and vertical black lines was refering to pipes, distanced a bit from the wall, and there was also look-like-original frames. All that really aesthetic and thoughtful.
Next exhibition was perfectly measured! It was constructed by paintings, made by stage designer and painter Olga Mokrzycka-Grospierre, and installations resambling some old-fashioned cameras, made by Olga's husband, photographer and designer Nicolas Grospierre. The funny thing about the exhibition is that artists swapped their roles this time, because usually they connect her theatrical experience with his paintings and installations. In this collaboration I love how implements correspond with paintings, play wit them and combine together.
I'm learning. I'm doing the best I can right now, and I'm getting better with it every day - Peter Clifford