Wystawa obrazów Igora Bryza

A variety of exhibitions and an installation will be on display at Workshops of Culture in Lublin in December.


I miss Ukraine – Oleksandr Halishchuk’s exhibition

On November 5 “Chvert” festival of DIY art and Ukraine’s underground scene was held at the Gunpowder Tower in Lviv. The project was initiated and coauthored by the multimedia artist, queer-anarchist and activist Oleksandr Halishchuk from Melitopol (a town in Southern Ukraine) who is currently living in Poland and was unable to attend the festival in person.

Workshops of Culture in Lublin and Labirynt Gallery invite you to the multimedia exhibition showcasing the video materials Halishchuk received from the event’s organisers and coordinators –“Undercover.residence”, “SRZ-4”, “Teletransfer”  and “Coschey Lab”.
Opening: 2 December 2022, 19.00
The opening reception will be hosted in Polish Sign Language and Ukrainian.
When: 3-4 December, 12.00-19.00
Where: Labirynt Gallery, Popiełuszki 5
For: adults
Ticket: 1 PLN

Exhibition: Meetings with Nature – Igor Bryzek | The Art of Sensitivity

We warmly invite you to the exhibition “Meetings with Nature”. It is the work of Igor Bryzek, an 18-year-old autistic artist whose paintings are full of unusual forms and colours. The large-format pastels he creates are filled with emotion and creative expression, demonstrating the breadth and depth of his imagination.

When: Dec 01 – 31, 2022 (from Monday to Friday, excluding Christmas), 9.00–17.00

Where: Workshops of Culture in Lublin, Grodzka 7 – corridor

Free admission

The project “The Art of Sensitivity’ (Sztuka Wrażliwości) has been co-funded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage from the Culture Promotion Fund.

Podłaźniczka – an installation in Krakowska Gate

A new art installation is coming to Krakowska Gate in mid-December. “Podłaźniczka” refers to decorations once hung inside homes during Christmas. Originally, podłaźniczka was hung over the Christmas table. These decorations were made from the tops of conifer trees (pine or spruce) and were typically shaped into wreaths with fir twigs, straw discs, or circles fashioned from wire or tree bark. Other decorations were also added, including straw stars, cookies, paper ornaments, apples, and nuts. The centrepiece consisted of intricately cut and joined Christmas wafer decorations called “świat” or “world”.

The installation at Krakowska Gate will be reminiscent of these traditional ornaments. It will take the form of a wreath consisting of green twigs, apples, the centrepiece, and straw decorations made by folk artists. The straw decorations will include stars made by children participating in December workshops at Workshops of Culture.

When: 14 December 2022 – 8 January 2023
Where: Krakowska Gate in Lublin
Admission free