Kamil Targosz’s exhibition explores the subject of identity. It raises questions about the multitude of beings in our bloodstream. Beings with many meanings, extending widely into time, space and gender. In his painting, the artist touches upon the need to name and define what builds us, what defines and determines our origins. These reflections of the painter also resonate in the context of the current situation in which compassion toward another human being completes us as people in an extraordinary way.
Galeria 2 Okna is a young, dynamically growing gallery of modern art placed in the district of Kazimierz, by a cafe with the same name. The gallery took Maria Jarema, a 20th century’s avant garde artist, as its ideological patron. Besides exhibitions 2 Okna also organizes concerts, discussions and workshops. The Gallery is supported by Dwie Galicje Foundation. In the cafe, besides multiple reproductions of Maria Jarema’s works, guests can see a rather large mural – an enlarged copy of one of her graphics. Another mural, made by Group 13 and inspired by Jarema’s works, can be seen in the garden.