„Wystawa popularna” at Krakow\'s Krzysztofory Gallery, 1963 (1-6/6)

"Popular Exhibition," which Tadeusz Kantor also called "Anti-Exhibition," opened in the Krzysztofory Gallery in 1963. The artist filled the gallery's space, which was situated in a dark, brick basement, with lots of objects that included drawings, sketches, theatrical costumes, boxes, and photographs. The objects were displayed without any kind of hierarchy. Drawings were hanging on clotheslines and his works were mixed with personal belongings. The artist's everyday life and its triviality were brought to light and the whole process was seen as an in-depth analysis during which Kantor was subjected to the audience's judgment.

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