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Exhibition Centre WeeGee
Ahertajantie 5, Tapiola, Espoo

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EMMA, Hauser & Wirth, Foksal Gallery Foundation

Monika Sosnowska's spatial sculptures in EMMA

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Mario De Lopez / Monika Sosnowska

Monika Sosnowska is a Polish sculptor known for her architectural interventions that endow space with new meanings. Her forthcoming exhibition at EMMA will present six large-scale sculptures that enter a dialogue with the exhibition space.

Monika Sosnowska (b. 1972) is an internationally acclaimed artist whose most famous works have featured at venues including the 50th and 52nd Biennale Arte in Venice and New York’s MoMA in 2006.

The centerpieces of the exhibition will be Handrail (2016/2024), an artwork specially adapted to EMMA’s gallery space, and Pipe (2020), which unfurls to a length of ten metres. The exhibition will also include two new sculptures created specifically for this exhibition. The sculptural ensemble invites visitors to view the architecture and history of the Exhibition Centre WeeGee from a fresh perspective.

Sosnowska’s debut at EMMA will coincide with Experiments in Concretism, an exhibition that takes a fresh look at the legacy of concretism and its contemporary interpretations. The two exhibitions engage in an intriguing dialogue with one another. Sosnowska’s works will be on display in the EMMA Arena, an exhibition space designed for new, experimental art.

Read more about the exhibition here.

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