Zofia Kulik is one of a number of important – if not legendary – personalities within the Polish art scene. Between 1971 and 1987, she worked closely with Przemysław Kwiek under the name KwieKulik. Their work during the 1970s and 1980s served as a bridge across the Iron Curtain to the international avant-garde. Focusing on Oskar Hansen's 'Open Form' concept, they were more interested in the artistic process than in the final product. At the same time, an archive of Polish artworks from this period was created. This became an important source when researching contemporary art history. Since the late 1980s Zofia Kulik is working on her own and her works are exhibited at important galleries and museums around the world.
*1967 in Warsaw, Poland. Lives and works in Warsaw.
*1939 in Sławków, Poland. Lived in Wrocław, Poland, - died 2009 in Wrocław, Poland.
Work: Untitled (Vergessen)
*1974 in Warsaw, Poland. Lives and works in Warsaw.
Work: Iranian Film Stills
*1983 in Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland. Lives and works in Poznan, Poland.
Work: Neighbour Bathroom Door
*1976 in Gdańsk, Poland. Lives and works in Raba Niżna, Poland.
Work: Crossword Puzzle with Lady in Black Coat
*1985 in Lublin, Poland. Lives and works in Warsaw, Poland.
Work: The Thousand-Year Plan
*1981 in Białystok, Poland. Lives and works in Kolonia Koplany, Poland.
Work: Modell and Sketches ONCE INFORMATION HAS PASSED INTO PROTEIN