07.03.2013 4:00 p.m.
Art Stations gallery
March 7th marks the beginning of the next edition of the ASF TEENS series organized by the Art Stations Foundation.
Teens ASF is a series of meetings aimed at middle school and high school students organized alongside the exhibitions on display in the Art Stations Gallery. The meetings provide an opportunity to have direct contact with contemporary art, and to learn the interesting contexts of its production and interpretation.
In the exhibition PERFORMER. Exhibition/Film/Art/Life in the Art Stations Gallery, participants will have a chance to confront the work of Oskar Dawicki, the protagonist of the exhibition, as well as to experience different manifestations of the dynamic language of performance art. The title performer, Dawicki’s alter ego, appears here in various incarnations playing with the dividing line between art and reality. Dressed in his performance outfit, a blue brocade jacket, the artist mixes life and fiction with a large dose of humour.
High school students are invited to attend a meeting on March 7 at 4 p.m.
The number of participants is limited to 25 people. First come, first served. To sign up, send an email to:
k.woynicz @ artstationsfoundation5050.com