NADA Villa Warsaw: The Voice of New Art
Full Moon Empty Stomach by Flaviu Cacoveanu, NADA Villa Warsaw

NADA Villa Warsaw: The Voice of New Art

Maria Kozak
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It is a great feast for all who are into the biggest names of the art world and the hottest cultural trends: an exhibition of works from forty-four art galleries located in three continents. For five days—May 15 to May 19—an exhibition of contemporary Polish and international art takes place inside the neo-baroque Gawroński’s Villa in Warsaw.

A neon sign hanging from a balcony—Full Moon Empty Stomach by Romanian artist Flaviu Cacoveanu—welcomes guests entering the exhibition. Lying around the garden are aluminum astronauts by Paweł Althamer. Inside the


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