Exhibition time: 20 11 2020-31 01 2021

Venue: City Art Gallery (Aleja Najświętszej Maryi Panny 64, 42-200 Częstochowa, Poland)


Meno Parkas Gallery together with curator Krzysztof Stanisławki (PL) are presenting five Lithuanian artists –  Henrikas Čerapas, Jonas Gasiūnas, Patricija Gilytė, Neringa Naujokaitė and Eglė Ulčickaitė, at the 10th edition of the Sacrum Triennial of Art, this year's dedicated to special topic: The Sanctity of Nature? Triennial is taking place at Częstochowa City Art Gallery (Al. Najświętszej Maryi Panny 64, 42-200 Częstochowa) 20 11 2020-31 01 2021. Artists from Poland, Germany and Lithuania are taking part at the exhibition.  

The initiator of the Triennial was Wojciech Skrodzki, who is a great Polish art critic. In his introduction to the 1st Triennial, this is how Wojciech Skrodzki described his intention to organize this artistic event: “It was about creating a certain “spiritual space” by selecting works of art, which join contemporary artistic awareness with the expression of the Sacrum experience, in which religious experience is essential".  

This year's exhibition is carried out under the custody of the Programme Council, seated byKrzysztof Stanisławski – art critic, curator, Andrzej Saj – chief editor of the art magazine FORMAT, and Szymon Parafiniak – fine artist. This team of curators created the artistic concept and the scenario of the exhibition, and selected Polish artists. 


Gallery's Meno Parkas participation at Sacrum Triennial of Art is financed by the Lithuanian Council for Culture.