Between 1975 and 1989, the most important contemporary artistic movement of underground and independent culture in the world developed in Poland. In 1981, Polish artists during martial law signed a document stating that they would not perform or participate in shows or expositions in spaces belonging to the State (televisions, galleries, newspapers and so on), because the State was an enemy. Some of them even refused to participate at the “Biennale” of Venice.
G8 11.04, 19:45
Euro Cinema 19.04, 17:30
Cinema House 20.04, 21:00
Lumiere Lidl 23.04, 18:30
Contemporary Space – Varna 11.04, 18:30