Friday, May 14, 2021, 6:00 PM - Saturday, October 16, 2021, 9:00 PM

The exhibition is a presentation of the work of twelve contemporary artists who, at the invitation of the curators of the exhibition - dr hab. Irma Kozina and dr. Patryk Oczki - they undertook a specific dialogue with history, paying tribute with their work to women active in industrial Upper Silesia in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

The exhibition presents contemporary artists creatively related to our region, working in various mediums (painting, graphics, clothing design, graphic design, documentary film). They include: Anita Baenisch-Juda, Judyta Bernaś, Agnieszka Cieślińska-Kawecka, Dorota Hadrian, Ewa De Iulis Błaszak, Ilona Kanclerz, Weronika Siupka, Sybilla Skałuba, Monika Starowicz, Agata Szymanek, Ewa Zawadzka and Joanna Zdzienicka-Obałek. The artists, at the invitation of the exhibition curators - dr hab. Irma Kozina and dr. Patryk Oczki - they undertook a specific dialogue with history, paying tribute with their work to women active in industrial Upper Silesia in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Among them we can find representatives of the aristocracy (Daisy Hochberg von Pless) and great Silesian industrial families (Waleska von Tiele-Winckler, Mother Ewa von Tiele-Winckler, La Païva - Blanka Henckel von Donnersmarck, Fryderyka Karolina von Reden, Joanna von Schaffgotsch), post-war architects from Tychy (Hanna Adamczewska-Wejchert and Maria Czyżewska "Murka"), as well as outstanding scientists (Nobel Prize winner Maria Goeppert-Mayer) and artists (actress Aleksandra Śląska, costume designer Barbara Ptak). It is an exhibition proposal not only for those who follow trends in contemporary art, but also touches on important threads of local herstory in a wider European context, showing their importance and topicality.

Plac Wolności 1
43-100 Tychy
http://muzeum.tychy.pl
176344014391146
dyrekcja@muzeum.tychy.pl
tel.: +483271820-22
Miejsce wydarzenia

Municipal Museum

Plac Wolności 1
43-100 Tychy

The first location for the museum in 2004 was a historic drying house for brewing grains in the Duke’s Brewery at Katowicka Street 9. The whole industrial character of the building was preserved (ventilation shafts, raw concrete and bricks). Since 2012, the Museum has had its main seat at...

Nasza witryna wykorzystuje pliki cookies, m.in. w celach statystycznych. Jeżeli nie chcesz, by były one zapisywane na Twoim dysku zmień ustawienia swojej przeglądarki. Dowiedz się w jaki sposób przetwarzamy Twoje dane osobowe w Urzędzie Miasta Tychy oraz jakie masz związane z tym prawa. WEJDŹ » ×