Tea Party with Maja Berezowska
Curated by Kasia Sobczak
‘Tea Party with Maja Berezowska’ departed from the artist, Berezowska’s work, displayed in the exhibition, Migration: Traces in an art collection at Tensta konsthall, and explored the artist’s biography up to the contemporary reception and reinterpretation of her oeuvre by artists such as Paulina Ołowska. The event, an orchestrated tea party, took place in a semi-private museum apartment from 1969 located in Tensta. It was a retrospective of Berezowska's life as well as a nod to the traditions from Soviet times, when social life was predominantly happening in the private sphere.
Project in collaboration with Tensta konsthall and Stadstmuseet Stockholm.
Handout /souvenir from Tea Party with Maja Berezowska.pdf
Kasia Sobczak (b. 1990 Gdańsk, Poland) is an independent curator, living and working in Lisbon. She holds masters’ degrees in Philosophy with a specialisation in Aesthetics and Philosophy of Culture, and in Art Criticism. She works between Poland and Portugal, mainly in artistic projects which relate the history and contemporary status of sites. Sobczak is a co-founder of curatorial collective, Da Luz and founder of Contemporary Art Tours Lisbon.
'If you won’t make a reason for people to interact, they will not do that. This is your role as a professor: to encourage students to exchange ideas.' Luisa Santos in conversation with Kasia Sobczak