Light Shapes

26.10.2001 - 25.11.2001

Curated by: Marlena Chybowska

Artists: Danuta Dąbrowska-Wojciechowska

Light Shapes presented the photo based works of a Polish artist Danuta Dąbrowska.



26.09.2001 - 25.11.2001

Curated by: Lech Karwowski, Magdalena Lewoc

Artists: Agata Zbylut, Anja Jensen, Anta Pence & Dita Pence, Artur Klinau, Charlotte Petersen & Christian Q. Clausen, Jarosław Kozakiewicz, Joulia J.Strauss & Philipp von Hilgers, Kristaps Gelzis, Mare Tralla, Mark Raidpere, Maurycy Gomulicki, Morten Straede, Olga Tobreluts, Thorsten Goldberg, Ulrich Gebert, Sven Johne, Thomas Mocker

Sybaris concept was based on the art objects’ sensuality, their potential for seduction and stimulation of desire following eventually the logic of consumerism. Cynically affirmative, critically biting or alarmingly ambivalent works of art formed the character of the show.


Mare Articum at the 52. Frankfurt Book Fair

19.10.2000 - 22.10.2000

Curated by: Magdalena Lewoc

Artists: Waldemar Wojciechowski

To emphasize Mare Articum goal to bridge the art theory and art practice Mare Articum presented at the Frankfurt Book Fair the Mare Articum Baltic Art Magazine and the work of Polish artist Waldemar Wojciechowski based on investigating the relations between sound, water and light waves. 



29.10.1999 - 31.08.2000

Curated by: I. Buzinska, W. Easton, M. Ehn, L. Karwowski, M. Lewoc, J. Pousette

N.E.W.S. was a cumulative process that developed over time and through its trans-location from Szczecin in Poland, to Riga in Latvia and Visby in Sweden.The strategy of the N.E.W.S. project was described through the metaphor used by Izaak Babel in his book Taczanka Strategy.


Baltic Ikonpress

01.01.1997 - 31.12.1997

Curated by: Lech Karwowski

Artists: Adam Garnek, Antonie Frank, Brunon Tode, Brygida Wróbel-Kulik, Gerhard Hahn, Gints Gabrans, Jan Backlund, Jan Johansen, Jan Svenungsson, Katrin von Maltzahn, Krzysztof Malec, Lauri Astala, Mariusz Kozik, Markku Kivinen, Olga & Aleksander Florensky, Piotr Lutyński, Romuald Kutera, Steen Hoyer, Sławomir Sobczak, TAPKO, Thorbjorn Lausten, Wojciech Ćwiertniewicz

Baltic Ikonopress – Around a Map – the initiating idea of a map served as an iconographic point of departure and an extremely extensive semantic area embracing trekking, discovering, copying, imitating and (re)shaping the reality.