Pilipczuk Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition TRACING FLUIDITY by Berenika Kowalska August 13th – September 10th. Kowalska’s career has gradually evolved towards more synthetic representations after a period of depicting decorative forms with many detail-oriented elements. Kowalska reduced the superﬂuous and today works more simply with the form of an image. In recent works, she refers to the meditative world of nature, which has a direct impact on man and which strongly inﬂuences our emotions and senses. Kowalska sees nature as an impulse that evokes thoughts and actions, and at the same time remains neutral, ﬂuid and transparent.
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Berenika Kowalska in her studio, Warsaw.
Visit us at our new location!
We are extremely happy to invite you to our new location at Vesterbrogade 161, 1800 Frb. C. Despite of a time with restrictions, we feel very lucky to announce that we have out grown our lovely apartment and that we are ready for the next step in our gallery adventure. As we love to host pop up events at different locations, we will continue to keep this opportunity in our program. However it’s no secret we will enjoy to have a permanent gallery space for you to visit without booking an appointment.
We simply can’t wait to greet you there!
For our opening we are thrilled to present the group exhibition ENLIVENING VOL ll by selected female artists from Poland. This group exhibition enlightens the vibrant polish art scene in the current moment and shows a broad field of high quality art. ENLIVENING VOL ll focuses upon showing different styles of art with a stretch from minimalism to abstract and hyperrealistic art. The artists for the exhibition are carefully picked and compliment each other in themes, thoughts and expressions.
Exhibition period 04.06-02.07.2021
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