KwieKulik: The Monument Without a Passport, 30 Apr 2016 — 30 Jul 2016

KwieKulik: The Monument Without a Passport

Zak |Branicka, Lindenstr. 35 (3rd floor)

ŻAK | BRANICKA is proud to present, in the frame of Gallery Weekend Berlin 2016, a solo exhibition by the artist duo KwieKulik (Przemysław Kwiek, Zofia Kulik), titled The Monument Without a Passport.

The artworks presented will focus on criticism of state oppression. The main topic is Freedom: both personal and social, but also freedom to travel and of mind. The exhibition is born out of a reaction to current political issues haunting Europe. The artworks to be shown, made during the 1970s are as timeless as they are actual, showing us just exactly how easily history repeats itself.
The duo KwieKulik existed between 1971 and 1987 and became one of the most important art phenomena after WWII in Europe. Over its 16-year span, they organized many performances, artist demonstrations and created many objects, videos and photographs. Their social and political activities, together with their uncompromising and brave criticism granted the oeuvre of KwieKulik an extraordinary position in the avant-garde movements.

Contacts & Details
tue, wed, thu, fri, sat 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

sun, mon

T: +49 30 611 07375

Zak |Branicka, Lindenstr. 35 (3rd floor)

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