Killing the fathers. Piotr Uklański and Neo Avant-garde
Conducted by Łukasz Ronduda
The first meeting in the “Close-Up” series, to be held as curator-guided tours around the exhibition entitled: “As You Can See. Polish Art Today”, will be devoted to the work of Piotr Uklański, “Polish Avant-Avant-Garde”.
The work, exhibited in 2012 in the Carlson Gallery in London, provoked indignation and plagiarism accusations. Uklański interlaced reproductions of works by Polish artists of the 1970s, like Wiktor Gutt or Zbigniew Warpechowski, with his own compositions.
During the meeting, held by Łukasz Ronduda, one of the curators of the exhibition, it will be possible to confront the myth with reality.