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Hi-Blood Pressure was an exhibition created by six Polish artists: Mateusz Choróbski, Kuba Dąbrowski, Anna Jochymek, Dominika Olszowy, Anna Orłowska and Martyna Ścibior. The exhibition was curated by Karol Kaczorowski. Works presented in the show were the results of workshops conducted by the artists with the participation of Tokyo citizens. Hi-Blood Pressure was presented at Tokyo's Gallery Chateau 2F – Koganei Art Spot from 1st to 17th July 2017.

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Hi-Blood Pressure – view of the exhibition, photo: Karol Kaczorowski

An exhibition titled Hi-Blood Pressure prepared by Polish artists with the participation of Tokyo citizens was presented at the Gallery Chateau 2F – Koganei Art Spot.

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Still from Zbigniew Rybczyński's Tango, 1980, photo: Filmoteka Narodowa

Zbigniew Rybczyński's experimental animated film Tango was shown at the 9th Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions in Tokyo. Rybczyński was yet another Polish artist featured at the festival, after Piotr Bosacki and Paweł Althamer who had participated in the previous editions of the event.

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Wojtek Mazolewski, photo: Michał Andrysiak

Wojtek Mazolewski returns to Japan by invitation from the prestigious Takasaki Music Festival, this time with his quintet. Polish Institute in Tokyo and Adam Mickiewicz Institute supports the tour.

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Piotr Bosacki, photo courtesy of Stereo Gallery

In 2016 the Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions invited Polish artist Piotr Bosacki, whose art is well known and acclaimed in Japan.

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Still from the film House of Day, House of Night, photo: A. Żmijewski, L.Molski

In January 2015, the exhibition House of Day, House of Night - the culmination of a joint project of Polish and Japanese artists started in the mid of 2015 - was held in the Gallery @KCUA in Kyoto.

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