Nov 9 - Feb 11 2019       Pl. Strzegomski 2A (Fabryczna)
Spending her early years in Riga and Moscow, and developing her artistic vision in Poland, Katarzyna Kobro was a Polish sculpture known for her constructivism. She rejected individualism, subjectivism and expressionism, and instead postulated the absolute objectivism of form, her originality of achievements compared to works of Constantin Brancusi and Albert Giacometti. The exhibition will expand on her philosophies of socially engaged art and comprises some of the sculpture work that she made and sold during the second world war. The exhibition will also include works from over 50 other artists which Kobro also took inspiration and used as a point of reference for her work. 



Nov 9 2018 - Feb 11 2019
Wrocław Contemporary Museum
Pl. Strzegomski 2A (Fabryczna)
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Admission free for permanent exhibits; temporary exhibits 10/5zł, family ticket available, children under 6 free. Thu free.


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