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Tadeusz KANTOR in PIĘKNA GALLERY AUCTION HOUSE
2016-03-13 22:11:00

 
From December 17th 2015 - March 15th 2016.

" I have experienced a lot with painting. We have united. We’ve been living in an open relationship. More: in a triangle. Me, painting and theater." - T. Kantor

Piękna Gallery is proud to begin its activity with an exhibition of paintings by Tadeusz Kantor – the great visionary, the man of painting and theater at the same time.

The exhibition was opened at the end of 2015, which was announced by UNESCO the year of Tadeusz Kantor because of the 100 anniversary of artist's birth.

The exhibition is accompanied by photographs taken by Czeslaw Czapliński during the plays "Wielopole , Wielopole ", " Let the Artists Die " at the theater La Mama ETC in New York and at Cricoteka in Cracow.

We show also expressive sculptures made specially for this occasion by well-known among foreign collectors Andrzej Pietrzyk.
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