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The forms of the sculptures created by Tomasz Westrych are simple, monumental, ‘coarsely hewn,’ as if they were made of stone. You can trace in them the same feature which is found in the art of primitive people, in the art of black Africa or the Pacific Islands. It is the same feature that was intentionally exposed by the artists of the twentieth-century avant-garde, trying to get to the primeval element.
Would you like to know the history of one of the largest pre-war industrial plants in Krakow? Would you like to learn what jack or scraper is used for, and what glass fertilizer looks like? Or are you a fan of the design dating back to the times of the Polish People’s Republic?