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Alicja Kwade

Alicja Kwade’s “I Rise Again, Changed but the Same,” her first exhibition at 303 Gallery, comprised an assortment of formal pairings and doppelgängers, with similar objects and materials recurring as the installation unfolded. Dead leaves that flanked...

Alicja Kwade

Returning to the western end of 21st Street after a three-year sojourn to a temporary gallery a few blocks north, 303 filled its soaring 2,000-square-foot main exhibition space with elegant, exacting new sculptures by Berlin-based Alicja Kwade. The...

Overview: From The Margins

In a 2009 Tate roundtable discussion, curator Anda Rottenberg, formerly the director of Warsaw’s ZachÄ™ta—National Gallery of Art, remarked on the fate of Polish art in the aftermath of 1989, pointedly noting that the wave of enthusiasm for artists...

Alicja Kwade

Entering Alicja Kwade’s New York debut, “The Heavy Weight of Light,” one encountered a sculpture called Matter of Opinion (all works 2012), exemplifying many of the questions that animate the Polish-born, Berlin-based artist’s...

Alicja Kwade

Alicja Kwade’s exhibition at Berlin’s Hamburger Bahnhof last year, on the occasion of winning the 2008 Piepenbrock Prize for Sculpture, confirmed—for better or worse—the reputation of the Polish-born sculptor. At 30, she has already become associated...

Beyond The Wall: Anniversary Exhibitions in Berlin

Of all Berlin's art-related nods to the fall of the Berlin Wall—scenes of the Wall were on view throughout the city-three exhibitions side-stepped the media melodrama to offer a window into East Germany's cultural life, and into the artistic community...

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