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Zofia Kulik

Zofia Kulik (born 1947) is a Polish artist. Her domain is performance and photography.

She studied sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. She worked with Przemyslaw Kwiek[4] in the 1970s, as part of the Soc Art movement,[1] creating joint works under the name Kwiekulik.[2][3]

She has exhibited internationally as a solo artist, including New York (Postmasters Gallery, 1990) and the Venice Biennial (1997).[4]

Further reading

  • Katarzyna Kosmala, What it Feels Like to Be A Professional Artist in Central and Eastern Europe? Individualised Realty of the Other in Zofia Kulik’s Arts, in International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Vol.5, Iss.3, 2005, pp. 107–116 accessed at [5] Feb 17, 2007
  • , Art Margins (2004)The Films of Polish Women Artists in the 1970s and 1980s - From the Archive of Polish Experimental FilmLukasz Ronduda,
  • [6] Izabela Kowlaczyk, Feminist Art in Poland Today, in n. paradoxa magazine, Issue No.11, 1999]

Notes and references

  1. ^ Ronduda, Łukasz. "Polish Socialist Conceptualism of the 70s". Orchard. Retrieved 22 January 2014. 
  2. ^ Polish Cultural Institute, New York
  3. ^ Bryzgel, Amy (2008). New Avant-gardes in Eastern Europe and Russia, 1987--1999. -Rutgers University. p. 78. Retrieved 22 January 2014. 
  4. ^ Bio details, website Retrieved 22 February 2007

External links

  • Bio details, website

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