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View of KwieKulik’s “The Monument Without a Passport,” Žak | Branicka, Berlin, 2016.
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Stefan Heidenreich

Resistance is a two-sided relation. It may also include more players, as we will discuss shortly. But losing its counterpart puts it in a difficult place. All political art has to deal with this dialectic entanglement. In 1976, artists Zofia Kulik and Przemysław Kwiek were summoned to the Polish Ministry of... continue reading
View of Zofia Kulik’s “Instead of Sculpture – Sequences 1968–71,” ŻAK | BRANICKA, Berlin, 2014.
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Karen Archey

The resuscitation of older female artists’ careers has become so prevalent in recent years that it could now be seen as a trend. Take Etel Adnan (b. 1925), Judith Bernstein (b. 1942), Dorothy Iannone (b.1933), and Maria Lassnig (1919-2014), for example. And yet, we all know how the art world... continue reading
Gorgona’s “Please Attend”

ŻAK | BRANICKA, Berlin

View of Gorgona’s “Please Attend,” ŻAK | BRANICKA, Berlin, 2013.
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Mara Traumane

The current exhibition at ŻAK | BRANICKA introduces visitors to one of the most elusive and imaginative phenomena of the Eastern European neo-avant-garde: the creative quests of the Croatian artist group Gorgona. The show is indicative, indeed, of a new stage of recognition of regional avant-gardes from the 1960s–1970s, with... continue reading

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