On each artist's website you will find a place to vote for the artist of the month. Once a month, you can choose the artist which will be presentend in the gallery on the main page of Polish Art Tomorrow site.
20 November 2010 is the date when an agreement was signed between art institutions’ representatives and art organisations associated with Polish contemporary art. They have been engaged in developing an independent art group called Living Gallery for over 30 years. The aim of the greement is to set up a platform exploring present the potential of art in Poland.
The traditio of Living Gallery is extraordinary. Although up until now it has been little explored, the energy of this authentic, bottom-up movement has got its roots in the independent initiatives of Polish galleries owned and ran by artists and/or art critics. The movement has got an added historical value, as it was born in 1970s and 1980s during communist times, in a Europe divided by iron curtain.
At the beginning, the main focus of the agreement was on initiating a discussion concerning the condition and present situation of art communities in Poland. We were also interested in starting a process of consolidation, it was started through a project entitled Polska Biennale Conference. The conference, was organised in Poznan in September 2012. It gathered representatives of art institutions and art organisations from around Poland.
The idea of Polish Art Tomorrow emerged from Polska Biennale and a series of 6 conferences initiated by Sławomir Sobczak and Tomasz Wendland.
Polish Art Tomorrow is a research project, which focuses on posing questions about the identity of Polish Art in a local and global context. The project also makes an attempt to define Polish art in general. The last research was conducted at the turn of the century (20th and 21st). However, in the light of the dynamic changes in art that have taken place, that research now seems to be rather anachronistic.