January 3, 2019 - Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art - New programs in 2019
January 3, 2019

Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art

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New programs in 2019
January 1–December 31, 2019

Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art
2 Jazdów Street
00-467 Warsaw
Poland
Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 12–7pm,
Thursday 12–9pm

T +48 22 628 12 71
info@u-jazdowski.pl

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In 2019, the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art is planning a variety of activities relating to its art collection. Among the exciting exhibitions premiering this year, the largest is the collective project Plasticity of the Planet. There will also be solo exhibitions by established Polish artists, such as Wojtek Pustoła, Janek Simon, Maria Loboda, and Karol Radziszewski. In the eighth edition of the Project Room series, young Polish artists will be given the opportunity to debut their work in an institutional setting. For the first time, U–jazdowski will present Touch Art—an exhibition encouraging viewers to touch works of art. Activities at the Jazdów City Garden will revolve around the main theme for 2019: water. The U–jazdowski cinema will present two extensive film reviews. We will furthermore hold discussions about art and beyond, publish the Obieg web magazine and various paper publications, as well as organize guided tours, workshops, and residencies.

Plasticity of the Planet—which will start in March—will be the key project at U–jazdowski in the first half of the coming year. Part of a wider reflection on global processes—an important aspect of our programme—it will focus on the rapid and profound change occurring in nature, the creative power of which will inform most of the presented works. The main exhibition will be complemented by a simultaneous presentation prepared by the Forensic Architecture group—Centre for Contemporary Nature—where what they call “naturecide” will be subject to forensic investigation. The project will also include meetings, a film screening, and a special edition of the online magazine Obieg.

The biggest exhibition in the second half of 2019 (planned for October) will be Collection, by the Dutch duo Bik van der Pol, which will make use of the Collection of the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art. The project involves examining the collection in terms of the history of our institution and the changes it has undergone since its foundation in the 1980s.

Find out more about our programme and news at www.u-jazdowski.pl/en

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