Artists

Anna Molska

In performance, film, and photography, contemporary Polish concept artist Anna Molska (born 1983) examines cultural production and representation within political structures. Her film titled “The Weavers,” based on a play Gerhart Johann Hauptmann (1862 – 1946), was exhibited at BROADWAY 1602. For her third solo show at the gallery in March 2013, Molska developed a new project “Sixths Continent” based on her researches of the newly discovered archive of her grandfather, who worked as a scientist on the North Pole. Her most recent body of work is an ongoing multi-media project based on the archive of her grandfather who explored the Antarctic as a scientist during the cold war. Molska had her first solo show in our gallery in 2008 with a film shot in a coalmine in South Poland based on Gerhard Hauptmann’s 19th century social drama “ The Weavers”. Her work has been shown at Tate Modern, New Museum New York, Zacheta Gallery and Foksal Gallery Foundation Warsaw, among others.