Announcement of results of artist residencies extended

  • Photo. Two people cuddle in a park, with a DJ playing in the background in a small house whose walls are made of mirrors.

    phot. Wojtek Kaniewski

Due to numerous applications for the residency project that the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw is organizing in cooperation with the L'Internationale confederation of museums, the time for processing all applications and resolving the call is extended. The names of the two artist-in-residence fellows this year will be announced by April 19, 2023 on

L'Internationale, the confederation of major European museums and art institutions, research centres and think-tanks, takes its name from the workers' anthem calling for an equitable democratic society, and references the historical labour movement. In learning from local and shared histories, L’Internationale focuses on what is to come, in imagining, developing and implementing new visions for a future that will be just, democratic and sustainable for everyone, planetwide.

Over the coming four years, L’Internationale will implement Museum of the Commons (2023–2027), a project supported by the EU Creative Europe programme. During this period, the confederation will comprise 14 institutions: Museo Reina Sofía (Madrid); MACBA (Barcelona); M HKA (Antwerp); MSN (Warsaw), Salt (Istanbul), Van Abbemuseum (Eindhoven), MSU (Zagreb), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), HDK-Valand (Gothenburg), NCAD (Dublin), ZRC SAZU (Ljubljana); the Institute for Radical Imagination (Italy), (Romania), the Visual Culture Research Center (Kyiv), and two associate partners, IMMA (Dublin) and WIELS (Brussels), along with the L’Internationale Association.


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