Nurnberg House Gallery Skałeczna 2

Performative tour of the exhibition with the participation of artists, TFR Archive video show, Sound installation – Angela Lubic


Judith Augustinovic, Mika Aya Azagi, Anna Bochkova, Iwona Demko, Valerie Habsburg, Anita Steinwidder, Anka Leśniak, Angela Lubic, Małgorzata Malwina Niespodziewana, Patricia Pisani, Susanne Pittroff


Anka Leśniak


Nurnberg House Gallery
Skałeczna 2


closing with Małgorzata Malwina Niespodziewana’s “The Nest” performance 26.04 godz.18:00


19–26.04 – 11:00–18:00


The exhibition is a project of the TFR Archive art collective inspired by the fate of sculptor Teresa Feodorowna Ries (1866-1956) – migrant, traveler, refugee. The starting point here is travel and the figure of the artist – a woman traveling. One can travel as a tourist, for work purposes, but also against one’s will when one has to leave home for economic reasons or wars. An important part of the project will be the journey of female artists from different countries to Cracow, both the organization of the trip and the way of traveling.

Małgorzata Malwina Niespodziewana, “The Nest” – performance referring to nomadism and eternal travel, temporary nesting.


Since its conception in 2011 the Nurnberg House Gallery organizes exhibitions of artists from Poland and Germany and is also involved in international projects and presenting art in public spaces. The gallery periodically shows art made by women (in March) and projects combining visual arts and literature as a part of the Conrad Festival (in October and November). Due to the unique character of our institution we collaborate with Academies of Fine Arts in Cracow and Nurnberg and with other galleries in both cities.


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