“(Self-Portrait in Red)”; undated; watercolor, gouache, paper; 
29.5 × 41.7 cm; private collection
“(Self-Portrait in Red)”; undated; watercolor, gouache, paper; 
29.5 × 41.7 cm; private collection
  • Curators:
    Wojciech Grzybała, Marko Jenko, Magdalena Ziółkowska
  • Curatorial Assistance:
    Kacper Czernij, Nika Ham
  • Visual Identification:
    Łukasz Paluch / AnoMalia Studio
  • Exhibition Design:
    Magdalena Ziółkowska, Wojciech Grzybała
  • Production:
    Wojciech Grzybała, Kacper Czernij
  • Framing and Technical Assistance:
    Marcin Sieradzki
  • Press Officer:
    Anna Krzyżanowska
  • Photo and Video:
    Przemysław Blechman, Michał Grzywaczewski, Piotr Stokłosa
  • Translation:
    Joanna Figiel, Marko Jenko
  • Security Consulting:
    Krzysztof Osiewicz (National Institute of Museums and Collections, Warsaw)
  • Architectural Consulting:
    Tomasz Galik / Atelier Tomasz Galik
  • Architectural Visualisation:
    Katarzyna Rybacka
  • The co-organizer of the exhibition is the Adam Mickiewicz Institute

Fundacja Andrzeja Wróblewskiego / Andrzej Wróblewski Foundation

  • Founders:
    Marta Wróblewska, Krystyna Łysik, Magdalena Ziółkowska,Wojciech Grzybała
  • Board:
    Wojciech Grzybała (President), Magdalena Ziółkowska (Vice-President)
  • Project Coordinator:
    Kacper Czernij
  • Technical Assistant:
    Marcin Sieradzki
  • Accountant:
    Agnieszka Gamdzyk
  • Legal Assistance:
    Wojciech Jarosiński / Maruta Wachta sp. j.

Moderna galerija (MG+MSUM) Museum of Modern Art + Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova

  • Represented by Zdenka Badovinac, Acting Director
  • Conservation and Restoration:
    Nada Madžarac
  • Public and Educational Program:
    Adela Železnik, Lucija Cvjetković
  • Public Relations:
    Mateja Dimnik
  • Videos:
    Marko Jenko, Nika Ham, Dejan Habicht
  • Photography Coordination:
    Sabina Povšič
  • Photography:
    Dejan Habicht, Matija Pavlovec
  • Technical Coordination:
    Marko Rusjan, Tomaž Kučer
  • Technical Crew:
    Boris Fister, Vojko Kmetič, Janez Kramžar, Armin Salihović, Duško Škrbin
  • The exhibition is supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia.

Andrzej Wróblewski Foundation

Andrzej Wróblewski Foundation was established in February 2012 by the artist’s daughter – Marta Wróblewska, granddaughter – Krystyna Łysik, Wojciech Grzybała and Magdalena Ziółkowska. Our mission is to propagate and contextualize knowledge about Wróblewski’s life and work. We provide academic and organizational support to cultural institutions, scholars, curators, artists and anyone interested in researching Wróblewski’s figure. We also provide conservation care over artworks remaining in the hands of public institutions, heirs and in private collections, we initiate and arrange research projects, and exhibitions, as well as publish, collect, develop and share archival materials. Our most important projects include: the exhibition Constantly Looking Ahead at the National Museum in Krakow September 21, 2012 – January 13, 2013) and the bilingual monograph “Avoiding Intermediary States. Andrzej Wróblewski (1927–1957)” (Warsaw – Ostfieldern 2014) co-published together with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and Hatje Cantz publishing house. We are currently working on a catalogue raisonne of Wróblewski’s works on paper.

Adam Mickiewicz Institute

The Adam Mickiewicz Institute is a state-funded cultural institution, whose mission is to present Polish culture and heritage on the international scene. As part of the activities carried out all over the world, the Adam Mickiewicz Institute has presented over 8 thousand events, seen by nearly 60 million viewers. It puts a focus on visual arts, presenting the most significant phenomena in Polish art as well as the latest projects of contemporary artists. It supports international dialogue in the field of the visual culture, including permanent and active cooperation with foreign institutions, curators, critics, and galleries, which directly results in the presence of Polish artists at renowned artistic events and galleries. The Institute runs the Culture.pl website—a daily updated service with information about the most interesting events related to Polish culture.

Moderna galerija

Moderna galerija (MG+MSUM) is the Slovene national museum of modern and contemporary art, operating on two venues, the Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova. As a museum of modern art it systematically explores, collects, and presents the art of Modernism and its traditions, as a museum of contemporary art it covers contemporary practices in the field of the visual arts, presents new contents in and new ways of expressing, exhibiting and interpreting contemporary art. Moderna galerija as the museum of modern art holds the national art collection spanning the time from Impressionism to the early1990s; the core of the Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova is Arteast 2000+Collection, a pioneering collection of Eastern European art. Both venues stage temporary exhibitions and organize a range of education and mediation programmes. Moderna galerija is an important research institution. It holds the most extensive specialised museum library in the field of modern and contemporary art in Slovenia, a restoration/conservation department and archives of photographic and digital material as well as documentary and archival materials pertaining to modern and contemporary art in Slovenia.