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Oskar Dawicki is an artist known as a practitioner of total performance, living and working in Warsaw. His recent exhibition at Raster (2017 / 18) was built around a vision of a pregnant woman as the heroine of our times. Pictured in the catalog is her armor – forged by a metalsmith according to Dawicki’s non-traditional design.

Honorata Martin is a multimedia artist, painter and performer, known for the radicalism of her actions and her search for the boundaries of physical and mental endurance. In 2017 she won a prestigious ‘Spojrzenia’ (Views) Deutsche Bank Award in the most important competition for young Polish artists. She works and lives in Gdańsk, Poland.

Slavs and Tatars is a faction of polemics and intimacies devoted to an area east of the former Berlin Wall and west of the Great Wall of China known as Eurasia. The collective’s practice is based on three activities: exhibitions, books and lectureperformances. Their 2018 solo shows include “Saalbadereien / Bathhouse Quackeries” in Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster, "Pickle Politics" in Kulturhuset, Stockholm and "Made in Dschermany" in Albertinum, Dresden.

Raster
Lukasz Gorczyca
Michal Kaczynski

Wspólna 63
00-687 Warsaw
Poland

+48 222 451 239

info@rastergallery.com
www.rastergallery.com

Shown at LISTE:

Oskar Dawicki, 1971, PL

Honorata Martin, 1984, PL

Slavs and Tatars, 2006, Eurasia,