NOBA Põhja- ja Baltimaade kaasaegse kunsti keskkond
SILDID: MinuEesti?  

Baltic-Gdynia-Modernism.1, 2018

17.8 x 23.8 cm

Black and blue ink on watercolour paper

The printmaking shows the abstract office building, neutral in it’s form, that corresponds to a Polish pre-war modernist architecture. The colours of the composition correspond to the Estonian flag, which makes a link between the totally new Polish city and seaport of Gdynia (so-called ‘The City form the Sea’), which was established in the need of the newly gained independence by the Republic of Poland – and the country of Estonia, which cristallised after the I WW, and the history of which is still in front of us for insights. One thing admittedly in common between both the by-the-Baltic-Sea-city-of-Gdynia and Estonia is their 100 years of existence.


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Baltic-Gdynia-Modernism.2 - Tomasz Wierzbicki
12.8 x 17.9 cm