Agnieszka Wo³od¼ko
 
Born in Gdańsk in 1961. In 1980-86 studied at the Department of Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. Lives and works in Gdańsk. Works as a visual artist (painting, photography, installation, sound art, video, actions, realization of workshops for different social groups, creating of ideas), curator and author of texts on art, architecture, urban planning and problems of the contemporary city.
 
Solo exhibitions:

2009 Body on the Move, Austrian Gallery, Austrian Cultural Forum, Warsaw
2003 Dressy Woman (together with Marek Wo³od¼ko), Leba, Poland
2001 Transasia, Gallery Miroslav Kraljevic, Zagreb, Croatia
2001 Transasia, Gallery PAcamera, Suwalki, Poland
1998 Club Mozg, Bydgoszcz, Poland
1997 To see, Gallery Wyspa, Gdansk, Poland
1996 My/Your Blood, Gdansk University, Poland
1995  Gallery Bohema, Klaipeda, Lithuania
1994 Active Ground (with Magret Dannenfeld), Gallery Wyspa, Gdansk , Poland
1994 Suchen, Evangelische Akademie, Loccum, Germany
1992 Waste Land, Gallery Wyspa, Gdansk, Poland

Group exhibitions:

2007 Festival Euroshorts 2007, KINO LAB, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw
2006 Nomads of Nowadays, Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art, Gdansk
2006 The Value of the Open Mind, Museum of Poles in Exile, Warsaw
2006 Not Sheep. New Urban Enclosures and Commons, ARTSPEAK gallery, Vancouver, Canada
2005 Art Guide, art project organized by the National Centre for Contemporary, Kaliningrad, Russia
2005 Unwanted Heritage. Various Faces of Modern Architecture in Gdansk and Sopot, Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art, Gdansk
2004 domowatmosfera, internet project
2004 European Eyes on Japan, Beppu, Japan
2004 Tourist City, Kulturzentrum Schlachthof, Bremen, Germany
2004 Public Spaces, Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art, Gdansk
2003 European Eyes on Japan, Palais Thienfeld, Graz, Austria
2003 Diaries, Istarbska sabornica, Porec, Croatia
2003 European Eyes on Japan, Bunshoukan, Yamagata, Japan
2003 European Eyes on Japan, OASIS, Oita, Japan
2002 City Transformer”, Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art, Gdansk
2002 an exhibition accompanying the international symposium „Dangerous Encounters - Facing the Others”, Higher School of Human Sciences, Pultusk, Poland
2000 Coastline", Reykjavik, Iceland
1999 Exhibition accompanying the International Seminar "Art and Spirituality", Riga, Latvia
1999 Public Relations, Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art", Gdansk, Poland
1999 Networking, P-House, Tokyo
1998 The Bible of Networking, Sali Gia Gallery, London, Great Britain
1998 International Artists' Workshop Sources, Centre for Polish Sculpture, Oronsko, Poland
1998 The Bible of Networking, Konstakuten, Stockholm, Sweden
1997 Idean Paikka - Paikan Idea, Cable Factory, Helsinki, Finland
1996 Introversions, Gallery Amfilada, Szczecin, Poland
1996 The Sound of Silence, the former City Bath House, Gdansk, Poland
1996 Signed - Sealed - Sold, International Centre for Arts, Poznan, Poland
1996 Collection of the Gallery Wyspa, International Centre for Arts, Poznan, Poland
1995 Wyspa. The Site of Idea, the Idea of Site, the former City Bath House, Gdansk, Poland
1995 Journey into the Other, Evangelische Akademie, Loccum, Germany
1994 Konzeption PL, Gallery Rolinck, Steinfurt, Germany
1993 Lichthaus - Aussenraum – Kunstraum, Bremen, Germany
1993 Art-City-Machine, the former City Bath House, Gdansk, Poland
1992 Open Atelier, the former City Bath House, Gdansk , Poland
1991 Unga konstnarer fran Gdansk, Stiftelsen Polska Kulturfonden, Stockholm, Sweden
1988 Arsenal, Gwardia Hall, Warsaw, Poland
1987 Biennale of Gdansk Art, BWA, Sopot, Poland

Residencies:

2008  1 week residence, Gropiusstadt Pilotprojekt, Berlin
2002  1 month residence in Japan organized by EU-Japan Festival Office
2001  1 month residence at Forum Stadtpark, Graz
2001  2 month residence at HIAP-Helsinki International Artist-in-residence program
2000  1 month residence at the Union of Reykjavik Sculptors in Reykjavik (in frames of Culture Capital Program)
1995  1 month residence at a residence place for Finnish artists in New York
 

 

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