Agnieszka Brzeżańska is widely recognised as a painter, being known for her allusive abstractions and quasi-scientific series revealing secret cosmic phenomena. Here, though – in a show that was the most surprising, unobvious and yet coherently sublime presentation during the recent Warsaw Gallery Weekend – we learn that she is also a sculptor, a maker of spectacular ceramic vases and a very keen user of clay in general, perversely repeating the primeval gesture of potting. This extensive show combines Brzeżańska’s most recent…
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