The Woluwe-Saint-Lambert Culture Department organises exhibitions by internationally renowned artists, whose aim is to awaken a wider public to the art of today while making them aware of societal issues. After Rainer Gross, Carole Solvay, Nathalie Joiris, Caroline Le Méhauté, Isaac Cordal… Tatiana Wolska born in Poland and living in Brussels, takes over the labyrinth of La Médiatine with a proliferation of organic, tentacular and hybrid forms exalting the sinuosity of the characteristic curves of her sculptures and drawings.
The artist creates her sculptures and installations with recycled materials in a logic of rehabilitation. She transcends the materials in a poetic way in order to renew our perception. Whether it is through her self-supporting constructions, her “socio-sculptures”, or her thermo-welded organic structures, Tatiana Wolska always offers a physical and cognitive experience. Her graphic universe, which also presents a feminist outlook, is a wandering of the mind, a daily and necessary practice of drawing that is intimately connected to her three-dimensional work.
Opening 16.09.22, 6pm > 9pm
Exhibition Wednesday to Sunday, 2pm > 6pm
until Sunday 23.10.22
1, Allée Pierre Levie
1200 Woluwe-Saint-Lambert (BE)
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