Exhibitions

biography

b. 1984, lives and works in Warsaw

Mickiewcz graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań, Poland. Solo shows include: Stereo, Warsaw (2020, 2017, 2015, 2011); Lucas Hirsch, Dusseldorf (2017); Arsenal, Białystok (2016); Frutta, Rome (2013), BWA Zielona Góra (2013). Group exhibitions include: Bureau, New York; at-fifteen, Tel-Aviv; CAC Kim?, Riga; CAC, Vilnius; Bunkier Sztuki, Cracow; Kunsthalle Bratislava; Zachęta National Gallery of Art; and Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. Mickiewicz completed a residency at Gasworks, London (2014) and Triangle, New York (2016). She was shortlisted to VIEWS – Deutsche Bank Award (2019).

selected solo exhibitions

  • 2020
  • Internal lighting, Stereo, Warsaw
  • 2017
  • The Decay of a Day, Karlin Studios, Prague
  • To Give, to Take Back, to Leave a Sense of Lack, Stereo, Warsaw
  • solo presentation (w/ Stereo), LISTE Art Fair, Basel
  • Almost together, almost alone, Lucas Hirsch, Dusseldorf
  • 2016
  • The Next Now, Galeria Arsenal, Białystok
  • 2015
  • Mass and Mood, Stereo, Warsaw
  • 2014
  • Background Time, Frieze Art Fair, London
  • 2013
  • Persistent Front, Frutta, Rome
  • The Show of Strenght, BWA Zielona Gora
  • 2011
  • Hauled Bolt, Stereo, Poznan

selected group exhibitions

  • 2019
  • Monumentomania, 11th Warsaw Under Construction Festival, Zodiak Pavilion of Architecture, Warsaw
  • VIEWS – Deutsche Bank Prize, Zachęta – National Gallery of Art, Warsaw
  • Friend of a Friend Prague, SVIT, Prague
  • Friend of a Friend Warsaw, Stereo, Warsaw
  • 2018
  • Orient, CAC kim?, Riga
  • Orient, BOZAR, Brussels
  • Canti Espositi, Contemporary Art Gallery, Opole
  • 2017
  • It Is As You Think It Is, Galeria Arsenal, Białystok
  • Equators to Bi-Polar, Stereo, Warsaw
  • Lea Porsager / Gizela Mickiewicz / Nicola Martini, Rolando Anselmi, Berlin
  • 2016
  • Szalona Galeria, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw
  • XII Baltic Triennal, CAC Kim?, Riga
  • How Rare Is Rare, at-fifteen projects, Tel-Aviv
  • January Blues, Frutta, Rome
  • 2015
  • Gizela Mickiewicz & Jaromir Novotny, GGM, Gdansk
  • Feet, 4 Walls & Head, Bureau, New York
  • XII Baltic Triennal, CAC, Vilnius
  • Procedures For the Head, Kunsthalle Bratislava
  • Minimal Forms of Reality, Bunkier Sztuki, Cracow
  • Keep both feet on the ground, BWA Katowice
  • 2014
  • What You Can See. Polish Art Today, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw
  • 2013
  • The New Morals, Stereo, Warsaw
  • Things in Common, Art Stations Foundation, Poznan

residencies

  • 2017
    Futura, Prague
  • 2016
    Triangle, New York
  • 2014
    Gasworks, London

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