Gizela Mickiewicz (b. 1984, Złotów, Poland) lives and works in Warsaw, Poland; Graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań. In her artistic practice she uses a variety of media and forms, including sculpture, installation, drawing. She often deals with everyday objects and wonders about their mutual relations, as well as the relations that arise between things and people. Solo shows include: Stereo, Warsaw (2020, 2017, 2015, 2011); Lucas Hirsch, Dusseldorf (2017); Arsenal, Białystok (2016); Frutta, Rome (2013), BWA Zielona Góra (2013). Group exhibitions include: Bureau, New York; CAC Kim?, Riga; CAC, Vilnius; BOZAR, Brussels; Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw; Zachęta National Gallery of Art; Bunkier Sztuki, Cracow; Kunsthalle Bratislava; at-fifteen, Tel-Aviv. Mickiewicz completed a residency at Gasworks, London (2014), Triangle, New York (2016) and Futura, Prague (2017). She was shortlisted to VIEWS – Deutsche Bank Award (2019). Collaborates with Stereo Gallery.
Gizela Mickiewicz, The Loneliness of Sightlines, 2019. Photo credit: Weronika Wysocka. Courtesy of Stereo Gallery