niemuzeum – our educational project

To the core of AP KunstArt Fund activities, which is organising cultural events, supporting artists and – in general – popularisation of art, few months ago we added one more long term project – educational one. It’s called “niemuzeum” and this is a platform promoting art and culture. For now you can find it on social media, but the goal is to expand on podcast, publishing and meetings with you 🙂

Hosek Contemporary

We cordially invite you for our next music event, which will take its place in amazing space of Hosek Contemporary, Berlin. Again, Michael Fischer and Franciszek Araszkiewicz will play together, with videos by Anna Petelenz and Beata Malinowska-Petelenz.

Full info about the project and participating Artists you’ll find below, and – 5.06. – let’s meet in Berlin!

Vienna – may 2019

APKunstArt co-organizes two concerts in Vienna under the title
FluctuActions. Michael Fischer (feedback-saxophone, violin) and
Franciszek Araszkiewicz (electronics) will perform twice, together
with friends:

06.05.2019 Perinetkeller Perinetgasse 1, 1200 Wien 19:30 + video: Anna
Petelenz/Beata Malinowska-Petelenz

08.05.2019 3. IMPRO.FEST.WÄHRING Verein Kunstbetrieb Klostergasse 11-13
A-1180 Wien 19:30 + Sina Klein (poetry) +video: Anna Petelenz/Beata
Malinowska-Petelenz

Concerts are supported by Polish Institute in Vienna.

Posters by Małgorzata Petelenz.

Please feel invited!

KRAKERS 2019

AP KunstArt co-organized two events being part of Krakow Gallery
Week – KRAKERS. Opening of Apteka Janicki Gallery took place on 12th
May 2019, while audio-visual composition Event Horizon (for
electronics governed by brainwaves and video) was performed at HEVRE
on 14th May. Franciszek Araszkiewicz performed both pieces together
with Aleksander Janicki. Anna Petelenz supported visuals and
communication.

We are very thankful for you presence!

Beata Malinowska-Petelenz: Brasil

21.01.2019 opening of exhibition of drawings by Beata
Malinowska-Petelenz “Brasil” has take place at Dym Gallery in Krakow,
supported by AP KunstArt Fund. Graphic works of the artist are focused
on characteristic forms and identities hidden in the dynamics and
diversity of structures and spaces.

The exhibition will be open till 22.02.2019. We wold like to
congratulate the artist and thank everyone involved in success of this
special project!

Salon Goldschlag

Salon Goldschlag

We would like to thank all the listeners that visited our concert at
Salon Goldschlag. During the performance of Franciszek Araszkiewicz
(brainwaves) and Michael Fischer (saxophone) we have presented video
material based on paintings of Beata Malinowska-Petelenz. Viennese
poet Sina Klein has made a reading of her own works as part of the
program.

Archive

We travel. A lot. And during those travels we visit small galleries and art. Spaces that we’d never visit via Google algorithms. Traces of those galleries, those exhibitions and artists, you’ll find in our Archive. We’ll keep you updated, but we hope in 2019 we’ll launch it.