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Die Grosse Kunstausstellung NRW 2013 Museum Kunstpalast Düsseldorf shows recent work of KRYSTYNA ZIACH

Die Grosse Kunstausstellung NRW 2013, Museum Kunstpalast Düsseldorf shows recent work of Krystyna  Ziach from the series Ephemeral Library, 24-02 until 17-03 2013, opening: 23-02-2013 18:00 hrs Robert- Schumann-Saal, Museum Kunstpalast, Ehrenhof 4-6 Düsseldorf EPHEMERAL LIBRARY 2012  - 2010   “Ephemeral Library” is a series of photoworks focusing on the temporary nature of an incidentally developing “library”. Pictures of a collection of books, newspapers, magazines, advertising leaflets, handwritten letters, notes etcetera, together make up the images of the photoworks.  In fact th... [more]
Posted by Krystyna Ziach on 2/21/13

Work of Krystyna Ziach in Rijksmuseum Collection/ Part II

The Rijksmuseum Amsterdam is the largest museum of the Netherlands and one of the most significant museums in the world. The museum has become particularly famous for its collection of paintings from the XVIIth century, the Golden Age of Dutch masters such as Rembrandt, Frans Hals and Vermeer. The imposing building in which the museum has been located since the end of the XIXth century is on the Top 100 List of Dutch State Monuments. Since 2003 the museum building is undergoing the most important conversion in its history. The museum’s reopening has been planned for the 14th of April 2013. In... [more]
Posted by Krystyna Ziach on 10/24/12

Work of Krystyna Ziach in Rijksmuseum Collection

   Work of Krystyna Ziach in Rijksmuseum Collection  In the fall of 2012 works by Krystyna Ziach have been included in the collection of the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam as part of the museum’s plan to broaden the collection with modern art from the XXth and XXIst centuries. The works of Krystyna Ziach included in the Rijksmuseum collection are from  two series: Geometry I and Baroque from the series “Metamorphosis” (1983-1985)  and Inner Eye I and Inner Eye II from the  series “Inner Eye” (2004-2010). Reopening of the renovated Rijksmuseum in the spring of 2013.    [more]
Posted by Krystyna Ziach on 10/16/12