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/ KAROL SIENKIEWICZ
View of Slavs and Tatars, "Too Much Tłumacz", Raster Gallery, Warsaw.
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Karol Sienkiewicz

In 1983, Czech writer Milan Kundera defined Central Europe as those states that historically and culturally belonged to the West, but had been politically assigned to the Eastern Bloc in the geopolitical wrangling of the Cold War. His notable essay “The Stolen West” (1983) accentuated the shared cultural heritage of... continue reading
“Crime is on Both Sides”

GALERIA STEREO, Poznań

Christodoulos Panayiotou, Wonderland, 2008.
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Karol Sienkiewicz

Symmetry rules the world, as if god created it with a mirror in hand. Stereo Gallery in Poznań, western Poland, has two rooms like a man has a pair of hands, a pair of eyes, a pair of ears, two cerebral hemispheres, etc. The stereophony in the gallery’s name reflects... continue reading

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