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Waldemar Tatarczuk Waldemar Tatarczuk, born in 1964 in Siemiatycze, Poland, lives and works in Lublin, Poland. He is a performance and installation artist, art curator, was the founder and curator of Performance Art Centre in Lublin (1999–2010) and is currently the director of Labyrinth Gallery in Lublin (since 2010). He has been active as a performance artist since 1988. He has taken part in performance art events throughout Europe and Asia including: Infr'action Paris, in France; Navinki Festival in Minsk, Belarus; Asiatopia Festival, in Bangkok, Thailand; KIPAF, in Seoul, South Korea, and Differences Festival, in Warsaw, Poland.

His curatorial projects include: 'Art Kontakt' Performance Art Festival (Lublin), European Performance Art Festival EPAF (Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw, Poland), Performance Arsenal (Arsenal Gallery Bialystok, Poland), 'Open City' Festival of Art in Public Spaces (Lublin, Poland), and Performance Art Days (Kiev and Lviv, Ukraine).

Tatarczuk's visit to Boston is sponsored by SMFA and Mobius, Inc. in collaboration with the Polish Cultural Institute in New York.

Image: Waldemar Tatarczuk, Liberte. Montpelier, France. Photo by Stasia Fidor-Tatarczuk.

November 9, 12:15 pm
Location: Room B209, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston