09.12.2005 - 29.01.2006

Curated by: Magdalena Lewoc, Marlena Chybowska-Butler

Artists: Aneta Grzeszykowska and Jan Smaga, Balázs Kicsiny, Dorota Podlaska, Jarosław Kozłowski, Katarzyna Józefowicz, Marko Mäetamm, Małgorzata Jabłońska, Måns Wrange, Natalia Pershina-Yakimanskaya / Gluklia, Piotr Szewczyk, son:DA, Thomas Martius, Veli Granö

The 6th Baltic Contemporary Art Biennial Habitat is based on the idea of dialogue with place, which is construed as a culturally structured environment in which meanings are established and actions carried out. In this sense, human habitat is a function of spatial, social, and personal relationships, played out on the intimate level in private, and in the collective sphere in public.



10.06.2005 - 15.07.2005

Curated by: Magdalena Lewoc

Artists: Ari Saarto, Danuta Dąbrowska-Wojciechowska, Eglė Rakauskaitė , Hein Spellmann, Miklos Gaál , Per Hüttner , Robert Rumas, Ryszard Górecki

Metropolis international group show took as its theme the complex structure of the big city. It explored the “macro” perspective, showcasing the city and its dynamics as it operates within the larger framework of human existence.


Anne, Marie, Madeleine

04.06.2004 - 19.09.2004

Curated by: Magdalena Lewoc

Artists: Agata Zbylut, Bogna Burska, Hanna Nowicka, Marta Deskur, Monika Maria Matraszek, Monika Wiechowska

Anne Marie Madeleine presented the photo based works of six Polish artists. The main body of the exhibition was formed by the artists who entered the art scene in the second half of the 90s. The exhibition offered a visual tale about a women and her position /image within the sphere of culture, based on creative dialogue with the surrounding environment in its socio-cultural, political and spiritual dimension


Spaces of Intimacy

20.10.2004 - 20.10.2004

Curated by: Ryszard W. Kluszczyński

Artists: Anna Baumgart, Barbara Konopka, Józef Robakowski, Piotr Wyrzykowski

Selection of Polish video works realized within the Projected Visions program developed by apollonia european art exchanges, Strasbourg.


Extra Strong Super Light

03.10.2003 - 16.11.2003

Curated by: Magdalena Lewoc

Extra Strong Super Light presented the art works tackling existential issues in times that are stigmatized by utter ambivalence. As a result, the exhibition comprised productions that revealed the complexities when individuals are torn from the a priori modes of existence, as well as pieces which, through their meditative nature, force open the framework of the destructive tendencies of postmodern culture. The title of the exhibition originated from this very bipolarity.