The Biała Gallery in Lublin
The Biała Gallery was established in 1985 as part of the Centre for Culture in Lublin, a municipal cultural institution. This non-commercial gallery presenting artists’ original works is run by Anna Nawrot and Jan Gryka assisted by Piotr Wysocki (graphic studio) and Katarzyna Bartnik.
The mission of the gallery is to present new art phenomena and tendencies in their many forms and manifestations. The starting point for preparing the gallery’s programme was the desire to create our own artistic space for art that is up-to-date, unconventional and experimenting. The gallery has its own archive (documentation of exhibitions, books on art, art magazines, films) and publishes catalogues.
Biała has organized more than 350 exhibitions and meetings including group exhibitions presenting art outside Lublin.
Gallery also participated in the international contemporary art presentations such as Supermarket in Kulturhuset in Stockholm in 2011.
Some of the artists who had their debut at Biała are: Mirosław Maszlanko, Wojciech Gilewicz, Robert Kuśmirowski, Eliza Galey, Mariusz Tarkawian, Michał Stachyra, Bogna Burska.
The gallery exhibited works of artists from Germany, Israel, Belgium, the Netherlands, Czech Republic - Horst Sagunski, Frank Fietzek, Sigrun Jakubaschke, Henk Visch, Boaz Tal, Rudi van Dijk, Pavel Doskocil to name just a few.
Since September 2013 Biała Gallery occupies a much larger exhibition space in the Centre for Culture in Lublin building, 12th Peowiaków Street.
ul. Peowiaków 12
tel. 81 466 61 39