• Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland

  • 3 June 2013

    Group of young (also by spirit only) Polish artists working in glass, present their work in exceptional surroundings of the castle Cannenburch in Vaassen. For the first time annual Glaskunst exhibition is entirely devoted to artists from outside the Netherlands.

    Opening the exhibition, chargé d'affaires a.i. dr. Piotr Perczyński stressed that glass is a very demanding material for artistic expression. At the same time, there often still is expectation for an utilitarian character of works in glass. New generation of artists rejects this outdated perception and sees glass as an art piece in itself. For them, glass is an intriguing material that allows to create unique and unrepeatable works.

    Exhibition of Polish artists comes as a result of the efforts of Glaskunst Association, E. Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw, Kolka Artist Mediator and the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It serves as a platform for promotion of young Polish artists among influential artistic circles in the Netherlands.

    Works of Patrycja Dubiel, Barbara Idzikowska, Katarzyna Karbownik, Marcin Karwiński, Marzena Krzemińska, Tomasz Łączyński, Agnieszka Leśniak, Marcin Litwa, Barbara Mak-Sobota, Kazimierz Pawlak, Czesław Roszkowski, Monik Rubaniuk, Stanisław Sobota, Grzegorz Staniszewski, Beata Stankiewicz, Piotr Stramski, Tomasz Urbanowicz, Daria Wartalska, Maciej Zaborski and Barbara Zworska can be seen  till June 16, 2013, at the castle Cannenburch in Vaassen.

    Address: Maarten van Rossumplein 4, 8171 EB Vaassen.
    Open Tuesday to Sunday from 12.00 to 17.00.


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