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Polish Neo-Avant-Garde

Sztuka Jako Ekstremum Świadomości. Wystawa Grafiki i Fotografii [Art as extreme consciousness. Exhibit of Photography and graphic art].

Warsaw: Galeria Studio w Warszawie, 1978. Illustrated card leaf measuring 38 × 20 cm, folded once horizontally with text to verso. Very good.

An advertisement for an exhibit at the Galeria Studio (modern-day STUDIO Teatrgaleria), a contemporary art exhibition space opened in 1972 by the artist and experimental theater director Józef Szajna. The poster includes two essays: “Sztuka Ekstremalna” [Extreme Art] by Andrzej Lachowicz and “Śnienie” [Dreaming] by Natalia LL. Both artists were members of the neo-avant-garde group PERMAFO (along with Zbigniew Dłubak and the art critic Antoni Dzieduszycki). Founded in 1970, the group and eponymous Permafo gallery operated until 1981, and were central to the development of conceptual art in Poland. Participating artists included: Zbigniew Dłubak, Andrzej Lachowicz, Witold Liszkowski, Natalia LL, Wacław Ropiecki, Andrej Sapija, Zdzisław Sosnowski.

As of August 2020, not in KVK, OCLC.

Book ID: 50981

Price: $150.00