In 2020, the Land Art Festival will not take place.

In 2020, the Land Art Festival will not take place. We invite you to visit the galleries from previous editions. Podlaski Przełom Bugu invites you. It is worth coming here and seeing the last wild river of Europe.

9th edition’s programme

This year, we invite you to the “Garden”, which will satisfy all your senses. Over twenty artists from Poland, the Netherlands, Lithuania, and Japan will take us on a walk in the gardens of art and imagination. The walk will be a meeting of various artistic worlds and sensibilities, surrounded by the more »

Land Art Festiwal 2019 – Garden – competition

Let us remember about gardens.

‘If you have a garden in your library we will want for nothing”, wrote Cicero. Every epoch had its own garden, just like it had its art. However, gardens have never ended up in the museums as isolating it from its users is simply impossible. A garden lives its life parallel more »

We recommend!

Beautifully published publication after the conference “Sculpture today 3. Art and nature. Sculpture parks.”

The conference took place in October 2018 at the Polish Sculpture Center in Orońsko.

The publication invites you to a virtual journey through many sculpture parks, presenting not only their descriptions, but also photographic documentation – a different dimension of the visual functioning more »

Announcing list of artists invited to 8th Land Art Festival

Thanks to everyone who participated in our competition.

Artists in alphabetical order:

Alicja Łukasiak, Andrzej Świetlik, Bettina Bereś, François Monnet(FR), Grzegorz Drozd, Jarosław Koziara, Jarosław Tomasz Kłos, Karolina Porada, Katarzyna Sienkiewicz(BY), Katsuhiko Azuma(JP), Kostiantyn Zorkin(UA), Leszek Mądzik, Marcin Berdyszak, Marco Nones(IT), Mirosław Maszlanko, Paweł Korbus, Piotr C. Kowalski, Shotaro Yoshino(JP), Stanisław Brach, Roy Talmon i Noa Biran(IL)

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8th Land Art Festival – Holy Day – competition

From the very beginning celebrating holy days has been featured in human life. Being special days, events or spiritual state they made life meaningful, individually or socially. A holy day is much more than one of many days in a calendar. Celebration is natural human for people. We should look closer how our ancestors celebrated more »