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08 - 28/06/2015

photo: press releases
Galleryphoto: press releases
  • During her research Monika Drożyńska came across a certain society that works for the establishment of public order. It turned out that the society received only part of its city subsidy for its activities, which may result in the closing of the institution. The artist made a decision to critically review this year’s Idiom “New World Order” at Malta in relation to the whole festival. By deliberately giving up on the visual part of the project, she is donating its budget as a subsidy for the Society.

  • Monika Drożyńska 

    She is an artist and a designer, a graduate from Academy of Fine Art in Cracow. She deals with designing clothes, she stitches, works with fabrics that she often links with social events and instalations in public space. In the years of 2004-2010 she ran "Punkt" - dubbed as the first concept store in Poland. A laureate of the British Council International Young Fashion Enterpreneur contest. She collaborated with: CCA Ujazdowski Castle, National Art Gallery "Zachęta" and Warsaw Grand Theatre National Opera, the Arsenal Gallery in Bialystok, Wroclaw Contemporary Museum, and Contemporary Arts Centre "Łaźnia Nowa" in Gdańsk, and abroad with Museum Quartier in Vienna and European Culture Association in Istanbul. She is the finalist of the following prestigious competitions: “Kulturalne odloty” (Cultural Take-offs) organized by the largest daily in Poland “Gazeta Wyborcza” and “Kulturysta” (Culture Vulture) competition of the Polish Radio. A fellow of the Ministry of Culture as well as of the Visegrad Artist Residency Program. The finalist of the "Culturalne odloty" competitions, the Gazeta Wyborcza newspaper competitions as well as the "Kulturysta" radio competition. Her works feature in the Gallery of Contemporary Art "Bunkier Sztuki", Kraków National Museum, the collection of Deutsche Bank and other private collections.