Nell’ambito del progetto Eu4art si propone l’evento online “In Art We Trust – Polish Version 2020” che si svolgerà il 3/12/2020 sulla piattaforma Zoom.
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Si tratta di una conversazione con la storica dell’arte Joanna Kiliszek sul panorama artistico in Polonia e sulle realtà emergenti.
EU4ART Online lectures Series „Material Method Meaning“ #6: Joanna Kiliszek:
In Art We Trust – Polish Version 2020
The same mistake should not be made twice. In 2019, after four years of destruction of civil society and culture, Polish society elected a nationalist-conservative government for the second time.
It is difficult to specify an area where the balance of four years of rule by the Law and Justice Party (PiS) would be as clearly negative as in culture – perhaps apart from the reforms of Minister Ziobro’s judicial system. The rule of the Prime Minister and Minister of Culture and National Heritage – Mr. Gliński means constant conflict, attempts at censorship, incompetent takeover and destruction of the institutions that have functioned so far.
At the first line of demolition there were the theatre and literature, then museums, especially historical and international cooperation. This was followed by the field of film. In the end, in 2019, censorship came into play against contemporary art and art centres, as well as against universities, including art academies.
How does Polish contemporary visual art act now? How to look for new and alternative forms of work? In the last years of the undemocratic rule of the Law and Justice Party, no new, visible cultural creative environment was created on the right side. This makes it all the more important to observe new phenomena in contemporary art in Poland, and new from the action. In this lecture we will look at the practices of Polish contemporary art, which is in a state of emergency.
Join the event via Zoom | Thursday 3.12.2020 | 5 pm (Rome, Budapest, Dresden = 6 pm Riga time)