Pranckiewicz


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Double layered drawings inspired by a trip to Lanzarote.

Photo-Object
EXHIBITION OF PHOTOGRAPHIC OBJECTS
Curators: Leszek Golec, Jagna Olejnikowska

5-31 October 2013
Propaganda
ul. Foksal 11/1
00-372 Warszawa / Poland

Photo-object is a broad and multifaceted concept. As an alternative form of photography, due to extension of a plane spatial illusion by the real space, goes beyond a traditional concept of the photographic medium. It is characterized by uniqueness and diversity. Being closest to the field of sculpture, a photographic object may also be derived from the tradition of other fields of arts: painting, scenic design, film and photography itself. Hence, its intermediality and multifaceted nature.

Artists: Janusz Bałdyga, Kuba Bąkowski, Jacek Bąkowski, Janusz Bąkowski, Krzysztof Bednarski, Sławomir Belina, Bożena Biskupska, Wojciech Bruszewski, Marek Cecula, Krzysztof Cichosz, Tomasz Ciecierski, Lucjan Demidowski, Leszek Golec, Jerzy Grzegorski, Łódź Kaliska, Jerzy Kalina, Magdalena Krajewska, Edward Krasiński, Jacek Kryszkowski, Henryk Kuś, Natalia LL, Katarzyna Majak, Jacek Malicki, Tomasz Matuszak, Krzysztof Morcinek, Marek Piasecki, Waldemar Pranckiewicz, Grzegorz Przyborek, Jagoda Przybylak, Józef Robakowski, Andrzej Różycki, Robert Rumas, Zofii Rydet, Zygmunt Rytka, Zdzisław Słomski, Andrzej Świetlik, Jerzy Truszkowski, Jan St. Wojciechowski, Krzysztof Wojciechowski, Wojciech Zasadni, Joanna Zemanek.

Exhibition Partners: Centre of Polish Sculpture in Orońsko (Centrum Rzeźby Polskiej w Orońsku), CCA Elektrownia (MCSW Elektrownia)

Exhibition in the frame of Warsaw Photo Days: warsawphotodays.com

Adam Sobota’s essay in the catalogue Wersja polska (tekst+foto) | English version (PDF)

Below: Waldemar Pranckiewicz, Too complex to determine (Extracts about dreams from: David Foster Wallace’s ‘Infinite Jest’), print on silk, a rack, 2012

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Please wait while we contact your bank #6:

Waldemar Pranckiewicz - Then No 4

Sixth in a series of sound art commissions for the gallery answerphone

Call the French Riviera on 020 7729 8000 to listen, throughout December

The Biology Chemistry Physics’ publication - PDF [7 MB]

  • 2012

FONTANNA. Niezwykła lepkkość gliny Tekst do wystawy grupowej, CRP Orońsko, 10.2012
ZAPARKOWANE RZEŹBY [PDF] Tekst o wystawie Bold Tendencies. Artyści: Mary Redmond, Sarah Cain, Peles Empire (Katharina Stoever, Barbara Wolff), Carter Mull, Laura Buckley i Martin Westwood, 08.2012

  • 2011

ROZWAŻMY PRZYPADEK.. Esej w: Łukasz Rusznica & Thomas Schostok, Najważnieszego i tak Wam nie powiem, 2012

  • 2010

RELACJE SZTUKI DO RZEMIOSŁA [PDF] Recenzja z wystawy Unto This Last w galerii Raven Row, 2010, Artyści: Thomas Bayrle, Sarah Browne, Andrea Büttner, Alice Channer, Isabelle Cornaro, Dewar & Gicquel, Pernille Kapper Williams, Běla Kolářová. 08.2012
MATERIA CIEMNOŚCI [PDF] Esej o ciemności w rzeźbie. Omawiani artyści: Mirosław Bałka, Martin Kippenberger, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Anish Kapoor, James Turrell, Mikołaj Smoczyński. 05.2012

  • 2009

ALTERMODERNISTYCZNE ZRÓŻNICOWANIA, [PDF] Recenzja z Altermodern: Tate Triennale w 2009 roku napisana jako Farfocle. Omówieni artyści: Marcus Coates, Simon Starling, Rachel Harrison, Mattew Darbyshire, Gustav Metzger i Loris Gréaud.

NOTATKI I PRZEMYŚLENIA Wybrane prezentacje w ramach 53. Weneckiego Biennale [PDF] Min. omawiani są: Tony Conrad, Roberto Cuoghi, Öyvind Fahlström, grupa Gutai, Roman Ondák, Shaun Gladwell, Vernon Ah Kee, Tarlan Gorchu i Khatt Art Group, Ragnar Kjartansson, Emily Jacir.

INFRASTRUKTURA W TRANZYCIE, Koncepcje pierwszego Biennale Brukselskiego [PDF] Artyści: Jeronimo Voss, Annette Kelm, Silke Wagner, Mounir Fatmi, Renzo Martens, Els Opsomer, Vaast Colson, Paul Otlet, Luc Deleu, Gordon Matta-Clarka. 01.2009

  • 2008

MENTALNY SZOK Współczesna galeria jako brzuch wieloryba [PDF] Artyści: Paul McCarthy, Elmgreen & Dragset, Aernout Mik, Ernesto Neto, Rachel Whiteread, Tomas Saraceno. 04.2008

PUNKTY ODNIESIEŃ, POZIOMY ZACZEPIEŃ [PDF] Esej o rzeźbie wiszącej. Artyści: Francisca Aninat, Alexander Calder, Gordona Matta-Clarka, Hélio Oiticica, Damián Ortega, Joseph Beuys, Maurizio Cattelan, Sarah Sze, Jason Rhoades, Matthew Barney, Eva Hesse, Louise Bourgeois. 10.2008

  • 2006

BOHATER WIELOKIERUNKOWYCH RELACJI [PDF] Profil Martina Kippenbergera. 05.2006

Waldemar Pranckiewicz
In two places simultaneously
5-28.10.2012

BWA Gallery, Zielona Góra, Poland

The exhibition In two places simultaneously has a main theme of the dream as a dual state. Sleeping and dreaming allows us to be in two places at once: in a place where our body is physically asleep and in the space of dreams. On the show are photographs made over the last few years, a series of portraits of people sleeping on the streets, on trains and at homes. All images were made spontaneously and without prior arrangements.

Integral part of the show are conceptual variations of three works of twentieth century art, successively by Duchamp, Warhol and Calder, additionally quotes from the novel by David Foster Wallace’s ‘Infinite Jest’ are incorporated into the silk printout. A geometry textbook in Marcel Duchamp’s ‘Unhappy Readymade’ (1919) will be replaced with an introduction to quantum physics, and the book will be mounted outside of the gallery, so that quantum formulations will fully experience a wide range of weather conditions. Andy Warhol’s film ‘Sleep’ from 1963 is the inspiration for the eight hours sound recording of sleep, installed in a purple mosquito net, suspended from the ceiling (one of Warhol’s unrealized projects was the idea to film 24 hours in the life of Duchamp). Another hanging piece is a wire sculpture incorporating a variety of the hour and minute hands, this work is inspired by Alexander Calder’s mobiles (the mobile term was introduced by Duchamp around 1931). Quotes from the novel by David Foster Wallace deal with sensations inside of dreams and feelings while awaken. Texts and images in this work are printed on silk and are presented as a sculpture.

Publication related to the exhibition will be out by end of the year.

Waldemar Pranckiewicz Born in 1972. He works with photography, sculpture, drawing, collage and ephemeral art. Other preoccupations include designing publications and writing articles on contemporary art.

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^ Main entrance to the gallery. On the front of the relief (by Marian Szpakowski, 1965) : Waldemar Pranckiewicz, Does happen, an introduction to quantum physics hanged on a wire, 2012.

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^ Waldemar Pranckiewicz, Does happen, an introduction to quantum physics hanged on a wire, 2012.

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^ Waldemar Pranckiewicz, Time slowed and twisted, a mobile made of wood, wire, hour and minute hands, 2012

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^ Waldemar Pranckiewicz, Time slowed and twisted, detail

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^ Front: Waldemar Pranckiewicz, Too complex to determine, text and image printed on a silk, a rack, 2012 Background: Waldemar Pranckiewicz, Sleeper in Holborn, 2008, Sleeper in The Mall, 2008

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^ Waldemar Pranckiewicz, Sleeper in Holborn, 2008 Sleeper in The Mall, 2008

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^ Too complex to determine. 4 photographs for the Sleep series.

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^ Waldemar Pranckiewicz, Sleep series

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^ Top from left: Jasmin sleeping in George Tavern, 2010 Shoes & Jasmin, 2010
Bottom from left: Couple sleeping in the park, 2010 Fats sleeping on the train, 2008

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^ Waldemar Pranckiewicz, Blue dream, c-print, 2011, 24.6 x 19.5 cm

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^ Blue dream

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^ Front: Waldemar Pranckiewicz, Too complex to determine, text and image printed on a silk, a rack, 2012 Background: Waldemar Pranckiewicz, 8 hour sleep, a mosquito net, 2 speakers, a sound recording of sleep, 2012

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^ Waldemar Pranckiewicz, 8 hour sleep, a mosquito net, 2 speakers, a sound recording of sleep, 2012

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Graffiti w Polsce 1940–2010 to “album, [który] zawiera unikatowy materiał zdjęciowy, przybliża sylwetki najciekawszych polskich twórców nurtu balansującego między spontaniczną, często nielegalną obecnością w przestrzeni publicznej a działalnością prowadzoną z dużym rozmachem, pod patronatem muzeów i galerii sztuki.”

W publikacji min.: Waldemar Pranckiewicz, You create me, 1998.

Podgladowa rozkładówka o projekcie You create me tutaj .

Graffiti w Polsce 1940–2010
Publikacja pod redakcją Tomasza Sikorskiego i Marcina Rutkiewicza
27 na 21 cm, 272 strony, blisko 500 zdjęć, oprawa twarda
Wydawnictwo Carta Blanca (Grupa PWN)
ISBN 978-83-7705-140-5

Więcej informacji o publikacji na specjalnym blogu.

One textual result form the “Please Respond:” project by Waldemar Pranckiewicz is published in Schizm Mag #3. The magazine working title is Covert/Overt and presents images and texts by many contributors, mainly London based artists. Schizm is edited and produced by Emma Holmes. More info: www.schema44.org
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Here is a PDF preview of the booklet with two projects done in 2010/2011.

16 pages, b-w, B5, PDF size: 2.6MB

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