Container '96, Art Across the Oceans, Copenhagen Capital of Culture 1996, Copenhagen, DN

01-06-1996 t/m 31-08-1996

Container ’96, Art Across Oceans, Copenhagen, DN
Curated by Flor Bex of the Museum of Contemporary Art MuHKA Antwerp, as curator for Northern Europe on the occasion of Copenhagen European Capital of Culture 1996
With a.o.: G. Bijl, T. Dean, Kcho
Krystyna Ziach Container '96, Art Across the Oceans, Copenhagen Capital of Culture 1996, Copenhagen, DN
Container ' 96 Art Across the Oceans
Catalogue, text by M. W. Hansen, 158 pages, published by Copenhagen Cultural Capital of Europe 1996
Krystyna Ziach Container '96, Art Across the Oceans, Copenhagen Capital of Culture 1996, Copenhagen, DN
Art Across the Oceans, Container '96, Copenhagen Cultural Capital of Europe 1996
Krystyna Ziach Container '96, Art Across the Oceans, Copenhagen Capital of Culture 1996, Copenhagen, DN
The Fountain of Time, 1996, installation, curated by Flor Bex, MuHKA, Antwerp, BE
Photograph 240 x 120 cm, sheet of corroded iron 240 x 100 cm, mounted on MDF-plates, sea salt
Exhibition Art Across the Oceans, Copenhagen Cultural Capital of Europe 1996
Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art MuKHA, Antwerp, BE

/.../ The Amsterdam container has a ritual character. Three materials: water, iron and salt are used symbolically to depict the principles of time. The water, which runs down over the photographic self-portrait of the artist, symbolises life-giving water, birth and man’s unconscious. The rusty iron depicts transitoriness, and the salt stands for cleansing and immortality./.../
*read more: The Fountain of Time / Krystyna Ziach, text, by M. W. Hansen, art critic based in Copenhagen, DN, 1996
Krystyna Ziach Container '96, Art Across the Oceans, Copenhagen Capital of Culture 1996, Copenhagen, DN
The Fountain of Time, part of an installation

Solo exhibition Arché, Installation, The Netherlands Photography Institute, 1996, Rotterdam, NL, curated by Frits Giertsberg

13-01-1996 t/m 11-02-1996

/.../ Krystyna Ziach is known for her “photo-sculptures”, photos incorporated in monumental spatial constructions. Ziach uses combinations of photography and sculptural elements to create illusory effects which serve the symbolism that she expresses in her work. “Archê” – which is the Greek word for “origin” – is the title of her new show. This universal concept refers to theleitmotiv of “water” or “the wet element” which is implied. Water can be understood as a metaphore for transience and the passing of time. In Archê water is also the symbolic transformation from the material to the spiritual /.../
Frits Gierstberg, 1996, curator of the Netherlands Photography Institute, Rotterdam, NL
* read more: Archê -The Ambivalence of Water and Fire, by M. Thijsen, 1996, from the book Infinity & Archê, 2006, NL, on : www.krystynaziach.com/documents
Krystyna Ziach Solo exhibition Arché, Installation, The Netherlands Photography Institute, 1996, Rotterdam, NL, curated by Frits Giertsberg
Solo exhibition Archê, 1995-1996, Installation
The Netherlands Photography Institute, 1996, Rotterdam, NL
Krystyna Ziach Solo exhibition Arché, Installation, The Netherlands Photography Institute, 1996, Rotterdam, NL, curated by Frits Giertsberg
The Energy of Darkness, 1996, photo-sculpture
Two lambda-prints, diasec, wooden frames, 185 x 95 each
Solo exhibition Archê, 1995-1996, Installation
The Netherlands Photography Institute, 1996, Rotterdam, NL
Krystyna Ziach Solo exhibition Arché, Installation, The Netherlands Photography Institute, 1996, Rotterdam, NL, curated by Frits Giertsberg
Solo exhibition Archê, 1995-1896, Installation
The Netherlands Photography Institute, 1996, Rotterdam, NL
Krystyna Ziach Solo exhibition Arché, Installation, The Netherlands Photography Institute, 1996, Rotterdam, NL, curated by Frits Giertsberg
Quinta Essentia, 1996, photo-sculpture
Frame and socle made oout of corroded iron, on the surface of the photograph a filmic layer of water in permanent circulation; lambda-print 175 x 135 cm, diasec, socle 50 x 50 x50 cm with a system for a permanent water circulation
Solo exhibition Archê, 1995-1996, Installation
The Netherlands Photography Institute, 1996, Rotterdam, NL
Krystyna Ziach Solo exhibition Arché, Installation, The Netherlands Photography Institute, 1996, Rotterdam, NL, curated by Frits Giertsberg
Solo exhibition Archê, 1995-1996, Installation
The Netherlands Photography Institute, 1996, Rotterdam, NL