Zuzana Štefková's project
Zuzana Štefková Ph.D. (Charles University, Prague) is an art historian who
investigate the issue of parenting in art. The research is supported by
grant from COST IS1307 network and endorsed by Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation.
First solo show in China
The solo show will be held in the premises of Three Shadows Photography Art Centre in Beijing, the only art centre in China entirely devoted to showing and promoting practices of contemporary video art and photography.
An inquiry into the presence of women at art
academies in Poland
Poland’s art academies are extremely feminised as places of study while exceptionally masculinised as places of work. The gender discrepancy between these two career stages – comparable only to that observed in theological schools – became the main focus of our research.
Polish Film Institute - 10 years of emotions
The Foundation had the pleasure to launch an art project by Katarzyna Kozyra for the Polish Film Institute (PISF) on its 10th anniversary.
For "Project X" Katarzyna Kozyra received the 4th annual award presented by the Polish Film Institute/ Museum of Modern Art and the Wajda School at the 39th Film Festival in Gdynia.
Liza Babenko: "Commenting on the war"
Lisa Babenko is an art critic, a movie and theatre director based in Kiev and Moscow. Her analysis featured in the presented text was influenced by the Women Commentators festival.
Exhibition of Katarzyna Rotkiewicz-Szumska
Katarzyna Rotkiewicz-Szumska’s paintings are expressive, exhibiting a
fascinating vital energy in both abstract and figurative style. Although the artist depicts distorted people, toys and stones, the image remains recognisable and “real”.
Women Commentators Festival (Russia and Ukraine) - programme
The page features a detailed programme of the Festival organised in the branch of the National Museum in Warsaw, along with audiovisual materials and documentation.
Women Commentators (Russia and Ukraine)
Women Commentators Festival was an event based on a relationship and interaction with the public. We wanted to create a space for dialogue between female artists from
Russia and Ukraine, and the local audiences in Warsaw.
Looking for Jesus
The catalogue published in cooperation with Galeria Labirynt is available in selected bookstores. It features two interviews with the artist and the analysis of the project “Looking for Jesus“
written by Andrzej Wajs. The catalogue contains extensive illustrative
Katarzyna Kozyra. Looking for Jesus in Musrara School
series of lectures given by Katarzyna Kozyra and Katarzyna Szumska in
the prestigious Musrara School to students and inhabitants of
Jerusalem and its surroundings.
Kozyra’s lastest project sparked by information about the
so-called Jerusalem Syndrome, an acute delusional disorder which had
been reported by medical professionals only in the 2nd half of the 20th
Reflections on the ‘90s and today
Katarzyna Kozyra's articles about the famed exhibition "BRITISH BRITISH POLISH POLISH: Art from Europe's Edges in the Long '90s and Today”, originally published in her blog at natemat.pl.
Women Commentators Planete+ Doc Film Festival
A late-night screening of the best documentary films made by women in recent years, shown
and awarded at the Planete+ Doc Film Festival (now: Docs Against Gravity Film Festival), was organised in collaboration with Against Gravity and Kino.Lab.
Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation proudly presents the catalogue of the Women Commentators exhibition, available as a free PDF download on our website.
Workshop by Ewa Charkiewicz
Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation and Feminist Think Tank organised a
workshop by Ewa Charkiewicz on feminism as “New Social Criticism”.
The objective of the project was not to treat the world seen through women's eyes as the so-called "another point of view", but rather as an equal perspective to the male-dominated official narrative.
Women Commentators - Idea
The “Women Commentators” project, initiated two years
ago, is dedicated to the works of contemporary female artists of the young
generation, who tackle current political, social, and artistic issues in their
Katarzyna Kozyra. Master of Puppets in Schmela Haus
An extraordinary retrospective of Katarzyna Kozyra's works and props in the Schmela Haus (Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen Museum) in