To mark the artist’s first UK exhibition at Frith Street Gallery, Małgorzata Migra-Tas will be discussing her practice which addresses anti-Romani stereotypes and engages in building an affirmative iconography of Romani communities. Migra-Tas often depicts everyday life: relationships, alliances and shared activities, her vibrant textile collages are created from materials and fabrics collected from family and friends, which imbues them with a life of their own and a corresponding immediacy.
Małgorzata Mirga-Tas (b.1978 Zakopane, Poland) studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków, Faculty of Sculpture. Recent exhibitions include I Have a Dream / Suno Mangie Dzialas, Göteborgs Konsthall, Gothenburg, Sweden (2023); Conjuring the World / Przeczarowujac Świat, Zachęta, National Gallery of Art, Warsaw (2023); Threads of Life, Forum for Living History, The Living History Forum, Stockholm (2023); Re-enchanting the World, Polish Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale, Italy (2022); Screen Test, Kahán Art Space Vienna, Austria & Budapest, Hungary (2022); Travelling Images, International Cultural Centre, Kraków, Poland (2022); and Re-enchanting the World: Homecoming, Castello Estense, Ferrara, Italy.
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