Widzenie ciałem. Kolekcja Galerii Studio

Wystawa „Widzenie ciałem” jest zainspirowana przez te nurty filozofii i estetyki, które są krytyczne wobec epoki człowieka. Bierze się z intuicji, mówiącej o tym, że niektóre współczesne prace artystyczne sięgają w podobne rejony wrażliwości, które Flusser odkrył w pięknym ośmioramiennym stworzeniu. A także z innego, także intuicyjnego wglądu, że pewne wydarzenia w sztuce lat 70. XX wieku, zapowiadały te ośmiornicze impulsy. Już kiedyś takie fale były wysyłane i odbierane, już kiedyś ktoś do kogoś się dostrajał na tej amplitudzie drgań.

Artystki i artyści:
Magdalena Abakanowicz, Alicja Bielawska, Andrzej Bielawski, Bożenna Biskupska, Agata Bogacka, Jan Dobkowski, Barbara Falender, Agnieszka Grodzińska, Keith Haring, Zuzanna Hertzberg, Renata Kamińska, Natalia LL, Ewa Partum, Teresa Pągowska, Krystyna Piotrowska, Krystiana Robb-Narbutt, Erna Rosenstein, Adela Szwaja, Teresa Tyszkiewicz, Andy Warhol, Jerzy Ryszard „Jurry“ Zieliński, Anna Żuławska

Justyna Adamczyk. The past does not pass away, because it is eternally created anew

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An individual exhibition of Justyna Adamczyk, a sculptor who graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław. It will be the artist's first solo exhibition in Wrocław after many years, and she returns with a project summarising her long-standing struggle with artistic matter and her own demons. It will be an attempt to take a step forward, by conjuring traumas into magical totems, impersonal portraits or universalisation – all this preserved in the aesthetics of ugliness. The exhibition will also include works made in NFT technique, which by its very nature will constitute a modern metaphor of universality and globalisation of the themes taken up by the artist.

Lewandowska / Marcjasz / Tofan. Intimate rituals


An exhibition of three young, progressive female artists from Wroclaw, whose creative attitudes were considered the most interesting among the submissions within the OP ENHEIM programme OP_Young. The exhibition will be a presentation of completely new works dealing with three thematic areas, characteristic for each of the artists. These will be: ecology, (un)hospitality, and self-identity.


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The first solo exhibition in Wrocław of one of the world's most recognisable artistic collectives – Slavs and Tatars. In OP ENHEIM we will see a project which takes into account the historical and metaphorical context of our seat, the former Oppenheim Tenement House, as well as the multicultural character of Wrocław/Breslau and its troubled history – also the history of Wrocław-Lviv-German resettlement, or the issue of contemporary migration. 

Angelika Markul. Time formula

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Angelika Markul very consistently develops the poetics of dreams to explore those dimensions of time that elude both ordinary experience and scientific concepts. He works out his own formula, in which the time of sleep and deep time become dimensions of the present, allowing certain symbolic reversals to take place. It does so through its own method of witnessing.

Every Truth has Four Corners. Art from Berlin: Works from the Volker Diehl Collection

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Marc Adrian / AES + F / Martin Assig / Blue Noses / Martin Borowski / Sergej Bratkov / KP Brehmer / Killlian Breier / Hal Busse / Zofia Butrymowicz / Carmen Calvo / Olga Chernysheva / Jhonny LHerisson Cineus / Simon English / Amélie Esterházy / Constantin Flondor / Thomas Florschuetz / Nadine Fortilus / Hermann Goepfert / Ivan Gorshkov / Claudia Hart / Susan Hefuna / Marta Hoepffner / Zhang Huan / Ritzi & Peter Jacobi / Minjung Kim / Shigeko Kubota / Tadaaki Kuwayama / Heinz Mack / Alexander Maximov / Christian Megert / Boris Mikhailov / Christiane Möbus / Vlad Monroe / Paul Neagu / Lev Nussberg / Viktor Novatzki / Jolanta Owidzka / Aidan Salakhova / Gregor Schneider / Sudarshan Shetty / Alexey Shulgin / Turi Simeti / Ioana Maria Sisea / Tomoko Takahashi / Richard Tuttle / Grazia Varisco / Jef Verheyen / Herman De Vries / Günter Weseler / Tom Wesselmann

Air Wants to Go. Dominik Lejman

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end at 19:00

Lejman's art is based on the phenomenology of time, duration and repetition. The artist combines textiles and texts, the “fences” of doubt between disclosure and rejection, elation and fall, Elysium and prison. The name of the exhibition “Air Wants to Go” comes from a line borrowed from the poem “The Chess Player” by the American poet Howard Altmann – a poem about the abandonment and transformation of man in relation to the world.

OP_Young | Krzyżanowska, Piskorska, Jakubowicz


The second presentation of works by Laureates and Laureates of the OP_Young program, created as a reaction to the situation of young artists during the Covid-19 pandemic. Liliana Piskorska, researching the position of the Other in society, Jakub Jakubowicz bringing back the memory of the history of the villages of Wólka and Nikita Krzyżanowska, expressing her rebellion in the form of graffiti full of dynamics and expression characteristic of gesture painting.

OP_Young | Oktawian Jurczykowski


The first presentation of works by Laureates of the OP_Young program. In his series of photographs, Oktawian Jurczykowski analyzes the ambivalent figure of Józef Piłsudski. Oscillating between expression and controversy, the artist asks important questions about the cult of the individual and how it translates into the current political situation in Poland. Installations immersed in sensual red bring to mind the times of communism and social unrest.

Asana Fujikawa & David Hockney. Figures of the Floating World


Kuratorka Matilda Felix łączy akwaforty Davida Hockneya z serii „Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm” z 1969 roku z baśniowo-mitologicznymi, delikatnymi rzeźbami młodej japońskiej artystki, Asany Fujikawy. Tytuł wystawy odnosi się do tradycyjnych japońskich ilustracji „ukiyo-e” – obrazów ulotnego świata, których tematami są sceny życia codziennego. Przepływający świat kondensuje się w tych obrazach w postaci bezstronnie przedstawionej refleksji na temat tego, co czyni nas faktycznie ludźmi.



Going beyond the framework of the museum narrative, the exhibition entitled “DIE SAMMLUNG” guides viewers towards a peaceful journey through works of German, Polish and American art, bearing in mind, however, these important additions to English, Italian and Belgian works. The ABIS collection is a group of art objects developed and introduced by a recognized collector – Dr. Erich Marx. “DIE SAMMLUNG” is also a pretext to start a discussion about the essence of collecting.

Men like Gods | TIFF Festival 2019


The exhibition, part of the TIFF Festival // Worlds' Main Programme, answers the question of how we, as a human species, influence the planet we live with with other species. The eternal problem of mankind has been the inability to assume a perspective other than our own. Posthumanism, or naturocentrism, is fresh ideas and the artists invited to OP ENEHIM focused their exploration on them.

Albert Serra. Roi Soleil | 19. New Horizons IFF


Albert Serra, a Catalan director, in a grotesque way, wants to bring us closer to the agony of Louis XIV, to strip the envelope of luxury and seriousness from the idol of European civilization. “Roi Soleil” combines elements of cinematography, performance and artistic installation, intertwining with each other both in the process of creating a work and its exhibition. The film was shown in world-class galleries, incl. at Tate Modern in London and at Fundació Antoni Tàpies.

Mirosław Bałka 1/1/1/1/1


Mirosław Bałka's composition, opening the activity of the OP ENHEIM gallery, has a very special character. It is composed of four neon signs that form the word homeland in Polish, German, Hebrew and Latin. It is the most economical commentary on the history of a house in the city center, and at the same time an impulse for an in-depth reflection on the occasional nature of a concept that appears so often in everyday language.

Hubert Czerepok. Everthing is darkness


In keeping with the values ​​that are close to us for the duration of the reconstruction, we gave Hubert Czerepok the opportunity to tell a story related to the local Jewish community. The project “memory of the future” is both discovering – often deliberately – forgotten historical facts, and asking questions about the relationship between power, religion and violence.

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