Artur Lyczba, ‘Sometimes, Someplace, Now’ Oil on linen
Welcome to the Polish Art Foundation
The Polish Art Foundation (PAF) is a not for profit voluntary organisation that is dedicated to showcasing contemporary art to the Australian community.
7th International Drawing Biennale
The Polish Art Foundation has recently held another highly successful exhibition namely the 7th International Drawing Biennale, which took place at the Steps Gallery in Carlton, Melbourne. Almost 100 patrons attended our Opening Night, held on Friday the 23rd of August 2013.
The Tomasz Ostrowski International Drawing Biennale was launched by the Foundation in 2001, that first competition attracted 128 submissions from 14 countries. The 7th Biennale showcased 58 works, of a total of 105 entries, sent by 37 artists from places all over the world!
We wanted to congratulate all of our participating artists and thank them on behalf of the Board for their support of this competition throughout the last 14 years. We would particularly like to thank our Jury Panel for their professional deliberations and expertise: Mrs Eve Crocker, Mr David Glyn Davis, Mr Marian Janczak, Mr Allan Mitelman and Mr Jarek Wojcik.
And last but not least we would like to formally acknowledge all of our sponsors in particular the ongoing support of the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Sydney. as well as Anguz Motors, Bohemia Travel, Henry Bernard P/L, Wisla Continental, Barbara and Lew Steinberg and Tygodnik Polski.
Retrospective: celebrating 35 years of the Polish Art Foundation
The Polish Art Foundation will hold a Retrospective exhibition showcasing the artworks from the Foundation's collections.
The exhibition will comprise of artworks, many of which are by award winning artists.
Opening Friday 22 August 2014
Time: 7:00pm (for 7:30pm start)
Where: Steps Gallery 62 Lygon Street Carlton
'TABOO' - A thematic exhibition, 9-14 October 2014
The Polish Art Foundation (PAF) would like to invite you to join its upcoming exhibition entitled “Taboo”.
We are looking for works that take a fresh look at our social, political and moral taboos.
At the same time we are particularly interested in the artists' interpretation of their own personal taboos, those encountered in our daily lives.
Close of submissions: 20 July 2014
Late works will not be accepted.