Permafo. Permart. Lachowicz. PERMART - One-man show in the PERMAFO Gallery of Wrocław, October 14, 1971. Andrzej Lachowicz.
Permafo. Permart. Lachowicz. PERMART - One-man show in the PERMAFO Gallery of Wrocław, October 14, 1971.
Permafo. Permart. Lachowicz. PERMART - One-man show in the PERMAFO Gallery of Wrocław, October 14, 1971.
Permafo. Permart. Lachowicz. PERMART - One-man show in the PERMAFO Gallery of Wrocław, October 14, 1971.
Polish Neo-Avant-Garde Posters

Permafo. Permart. Lachowicz. PERMART - One-man show in the PERMAFO Gallery of Wrocław, October 14, 1971.

Krakow: Galeria Potocka. Muzeum Sztuki Aktualnej. Two original, vintage black and white posters. 247 mm × 309 mm and 298 mm × 415 mm. One of the posters folded once, the other one twice. Both in fine condition.

Original advertising poster of Andrzej Lachowicz’s exhibition titled PERMAFO, that was on show in the PERMAFO Gallery in Wrocław, Poland in 1971 with a photographic image of his 1971 artistic action, PERMART, that took place during the Golden Grape Symposium in Zielona Góra.

Original black and white photographic poster of Lachowicz’s work with a hand, showing ‘three’ or rather ‘W’ for the German word, ‘Widerstand’ [resistance] two times (one under the other).

Andrzej Lachowicz (1876–1944) was Polish graphic artist, photographer, filmmaker and art theoretician.  In 1970 –  along with Natalia LL, Zbigniew Dłubak and Antoni Dzieduszycki – he initiated the Neo-Avant-Garde group Permafo (an abbreviation of the words permanent and photo/formalization). He was also the designer of the logo of the group. Lachowicz was also a founder and the art director of the Permafo Gallery in Wrocław, that was the most influential institution and the centre of Polish photomedialism until it closed in 1981.

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Price: €1,200.00

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