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Let's talk about art // AG Polska seminar

Let's talk about art regardless of the distance between us

Ars Graphica Poland invites you to an open seminar, which will take place on 31 May 2021 from 6:30 to 7:40 p.m. (CEST) on the Zoom platform

The wide range of topics will certainly be of interest both for specialists in the field and all art lovers. Małgorzata Maria Grąbczewska will present the latest issue of Daguerreotype, which focuses on photography and power. Anna Pięcińska, PhD will talk about the iconography of the Annunciation in the perspective of the speech act theory from the viewpoint of a philologist and art historian. Finally, Adrianna Kaczmarek will talk about graphic self-portraits of one of the most important artists that created in Poland at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries – Leon Wyczółkowski (1852–1936).

The meeting will be hosted by Weronika Kobylińska, PhD and Magdalena Herman – the coordinators of AG Polska. Registration is not required. Everyone is welcomed.


Organizers: AG Polska

When? 31st May (Monday), 6.30 p.m–7.40 p.m (CEST)

Meeting ID: 831 2623 5933

Passcode: 604424

  • Weronika Kobylińska, PhD & Magdalena Herman - Introduction [3 minutes]

  • Małgorzata Maria Grąbczewska (Deputy Director of the Royal Łazienki Museum) - Presentation of the newest issue of the Daguerreotype. Studies in the history and theory of photography journal devoted to the topic: “photography and power” [max. 7 minutes]

  • Anna Pięcińska, PhD (Institute of Art History, University of Warsaw) - Iconography of Annunciation in the perspective of the speech act theory [max. 15 minutes]

  • Adrianna Kaczmarek (Institute of Art History, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznnań) - The face of Modernity in Poland: Leon Wyczółkowski’s self-portraits in print [max. 15 minutes]

  • Questions and discussion [ca. 20–30 minutes]


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