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Start date 2018-01-13
Ending date 2018-03-10
Location Centrum Spotkania Kultur w Lublinie, Sala Kinowa (poziom – 1, wejście od Placu Teatralnego)
Participation for free

Galeria Saska has become part of the city centre’s landscape, providing inspiration to passers-by on a daily basis through exhibitions of works by outstanding artists. The current exhibition of Andrzej Dudziński works brings back nice memories for those who remember "Dudi," while for a younger audience – it is the opportunity to get to know the artist’s unique stroke, says Piotr Franaszek, Director of the Centre for the Meeting of Cultures in Lublin.

Andrzej Dudziński is a painter, graphic designer, photographer, poster designer and filmmaker. Graduate of Warsaw’s Academy of Fine Arts, he is the author of the 1970s iconic Dudi bird. His works were published by leading Polish magazines such as Literatura, Kultura, Kulisy, Polityka, Polska, Szpilki and Ty i Ja. He collaborated with London’s independent cultural magazines (OZ, Ink, Time Out) and America’s prestigious newspapers and magazines (The Atlantic Monthly, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Newsweek, The New York Times). He also worked for corporate businesses, including AT&T, Conde Nast, IBM, Deutche Telekom and the Royal Bank of Scotland. He was a lecturer with the Parsons School of Design in New York and Warsaw’s Academy of Fine Arts. Dudziński creates stage designs and title sequences for films, his works are shown in Poland and abroad. He holds the title of Honorary Citizen from his hometown, Sopot.

Galeria Saska (formerly Galeria na Płocie) was established in 2014. Since 2015, shows at Galeria Saska have been organized by the Centre for the Meeting of Cultures in Lublin. The gallery is curated by Leszek Mądzik. Exhibitions are co-financed by the Lublin City Office. The idea behind the project is to constantly expand the cultural offer of the city and encourage more and more residents of the city to more active involvement in culture. The open exhibition space also affects the image of the city, showing its orientation towards culture and dialogue. Galeria Saska has exhibited works by artists such as Michał Batory, Tomasz Sikora, Andrzej Różycki, Wojciech Gepner and Andrzej Pągowski.

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