Jarosław Kozłowski

Kozłowski is a legend in Polish conceptual art. Already long before the Cold War period had come to an end, his studio opened a window towards Western Europe: in the early 1970s, he established the artist network NET with over 350 international artists (thereby also arousing the interest of the secret service) and was a central protagonist of the Fluxus movement in Poland. In 1977, he organised a Fluxus festival at the gallery Akumulatory 2 (1972–90) that he founded, exhibiting the artists Richard Long, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Franz Erhard Walther, Victor Burgin, and Douglas Huebler, among others.

Works

Jaroslaw Kozlowski, The Academy, Matt’s Gallery, London, 1986
Jaroslaw Kozlowski, The Academy, Matt’s Gallery, London, 1986
Jaroslaw Kozlowski, The Academy, Matt’s Gallery, London, 1986
Jaroslaw Kozlowski, Soft Protection, (detail) Matt’s Gallery, London, 1995
Jaroslaw Kozlowski, Soft Protection, (detail) Matt’s Gallery, London, 1995
Jaroslaw Kozlowski, Backspace, Matt’s Gallery, London, 1999
Jaroslaw Kozlowski, The Academy, Matt’s Gallery, London, 1986

Jaroslaw Kozlowski, The Academy, Matt’s Gallery, London, 1986

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