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The day Poland ran out of artists.


OP 1jola 14 | 1,879
15 Jun 2011 #31
She chooses to live and work her and wants to be a credit to the nation.

By having some Marxist yelling for Jews to come back? When Helen Thomas said that there was a worldwide condemnation and she was fired. We, Poles, have had a bad experience with marxist Jews already and we don't need a Jew to represent us in the resurrection of those Nightmares we experienced. Let Israelis live in their own country in the paradise they've created.
Harry
15 Jun 2011 #32
we don't need a Jew to represent us

Thanks for confirming that your objection is not patriotic but actually just racist.
landora - | 199
15 Jun 2011 #33
pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korczak_Zi%C3%B3%C5%82kowski

"Korczak Ziółkowski (ur. 6 września 1908 w Bostonie, zm. 20 października 1982 w Crazy Horse w Dakocie Południowej[1]) - amerykański rzeźbiarz polskiego pochodzenia."

Doesn't look very Polish to me :D

I'm Polish, living in Poland and all my family is Polish and I don't consider Polonia Polish. sorry, Polska Moc :P Also, darling, I'd like to tell you that most Poles like the British. I certainly like them lots, I will quite happily mix my Polish DNA with theirs :P

From what you're posting I can see you have no idea of how life is in modern Poland. It's all your sick imagination, honey.

Also, why are you using capital letters so much? Is it a kind of OCD?
joepilsudski 26 | 1,389
18 Jun 2011 #34
The day Poland ran out of artists.

I don't know if Europe will be stunned but Polish artists might be.

Sure, Poland ran out of artists...|--)
gumishu 12 | 6,007
18 Jun 2011 #35
I really like the paintings of Jacek Pałucha

palucha.pl/english.htm
joepilsudski 26 | 1,389
18 Jun 2011 #36
Let Israelis live in their own country in the paradise they've created.

54th International Art Exhibition in Venice in 2011

This festival does have some history behind it, but it appears to be another over-blown, pretentious affair curated by the usual suspects who have their hands on government and foundation funding...

Now, the choice of an Israeli to represent Poland is quite curious, but one would have to know who the members of the Polish group/committee who chose the Israeli are for me to comment further...Maybe certain PF posters were involved...|---)

As far as the subject matter, it is a Jewish wet dream, but does illustrate the Jewish quality that, in Yiddish is called 'Leolum Tekitch' or 'always take'...I take a snippet from the link posted to illustrate this:

"This video installation by the Israeli-born artist Yael Bartana will be the first time a non-Polish national has represented Poland in the history of the Venice Biennale. Bartana's three films Mary Koszmary (2007), Mur i wieża (2009) and Zamach (2011) revolve around the activities of the Jewish Renaissance Movement in Poland (JRMiP), a political group that calls for the return of 3,300,000 Jews to the land of their forefathers."

This is a fictional organization of course, but note: Now Poland is 'land of the Jews forefathers'...I thought that Israel was 'the land given to the Jews by G_d'...What a concept!!!

Really, everybody should read the entire article to get the full drift of this 'wet dream'...

Polish participation in the 54th International Art Exhibition in Venice was made possible through the financial support of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland.

bog

Bogdan Zdrojewski

To be fair, Pan Zdrojewski, I'm sure was not responsible for this choice: I post this for informational purposes.
yehudi 1 | 433
20 Jun 2011 #37
Thanks for confirming that your objection is not patriotic but actually just racist.

I would hope that if the artist in question was a polish jew he wouldn't object. But she's actually an Israeli living part time in Amsterdam, so I find it odd that she was chosen by Poland. Her work relates to Poland but it's not Polish. Maybe poland really did run out of artists.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
20 Jun 2011 #38
As I said - Poland chose someone to win, not someone to "take part".
joepilsudski 26 | 1,389
23 Jun 2011 #39
Maybe poland really did run out of artists.

If you have ever been 'juried' for a spot in an art show, or even for some kind of fellowship (could be music, visual art etc) you will find that the people on the juries are the absolute worst, happy to have a little power to exercise control, actualizing whatever cockamamied view of 'art' they may have...The committee that selected this particular artist was probably leftist, Jewish and living out, as I said, a wet dream.

Jews needn't take offense, as these juries are mostly the same mentality, and can be of any ethnic group.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
23 Jun 2011 #40
The committee that selected this particular artist was probably leftist, Jewish and living out, as I said, a wet dream.

Where can I meet these "leftish Jews" in Poland?

I've tried my hardest to find some, and never found any. I found one who had a Jewish great-great-grandmother, but that hardly counts.


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