Lidia Krawczyk and Wojtek Kubiak deal with the issue of the identity of the space contained between the masculine and the feminine

Thursday 8 September, 7:00 pm — Wednesday 9 November 2011

Platan Gallery

Budapest, VI. Andrássy út 32.

Genderqueer - exhibition by Lidia Krawczyk and Wojtek Kubiak

Lidia Krawczyk& Wojtek Kubiak started realising projects together in 2004. They deal with paintings, photography, and video. Their area of research includes issues connected with gender, sexuality, social structures of power, and hegemony. They cooperate with Culture for Tolerance festival, and other social activities. From 2005, they have been working on the project Genderqueer, an attempt to illustrate notions and situations which transcend the culturally accepted definitions of gender and sexuality (painting, photography, film and sculpture). 

Lidia Krawczyk (born in 1979, Kraków) graduated from the Institute of Audiovisual Arts and from the Postgraduate Gender Studies at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. She is an artist, feminist critic, the editor of ‘uniGENDER’ magazine, and the editor-in-chief of ‘’ magazine. She is a curator and coordinator of exhibitions, for example: Karol Radziszewski, Backstage (2011), Joanna Pawlik, Balance (2010), Naughty (2010), Prague Biennale 4 (2009), Ok! Wyspiański (2008). Works in Bunkier Sztuki Gallery in Kraków.

Wojtek Kubiak (born in 1978, Kraków) graduated from the Department of Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków, where he has been working as an assistant since 2003. In 2004 he was awarded the Grand Prix in the Marian Michalik 2nd Triennial of Young Painting in Częstochowa. In 2005 he received the President of the City of Kraków Scholarship. He was nominated for the Eugeniusz Geppert competition and for the ‘Arteon’ prize. Winner of the Ministry of Culture Scholarship (1999, 2003/2004), Grazella Scholarship (2007) and the Młoda Polska Scholarship (2008).

Opening of the exhibition: on Thursday, 8 September 2011 at 7 p. m.

Opening speech by Emese Süvecz curator,

The exhibition can be viewed until 9 November 2011.