Liste Art Fair Basel
10 – 16 June 2024


wanda gallery | booth 42


Linda Lach, Billie Clarken

Every digital movement leaves a mark. The featured artists explore the future of digital representation of both individual and collective, the consequences of the accumulation and circulation of data and the resulting (post)visuality, repetition, multiplication, overlapping content, contextual morphing and noise. Discusses the speculative nature of the individual’s embedding in piles of data, those transmitted by users, experienced and created by ourselves.

The presentation involves showing two emerging women artists of the 90s generation who have experienced fully globalization and witness the recontextualization of access to data and visuality. The artists use databases, codes and images as an (open) source for their works coming out of an analysis of contemporary times.


Showtime Liste | Linda Lach






Linda Lach (b. 1995) – Polish interdisciplinary artist and astrophyscist based in Warsaw. Looking for new ways to visualize and interpret data, she uses the synthesis of visual language into the form of charts and graphs based on algorithms. Through constant observation, map- ping and deconstruction of reality, the artist, referring to pataphysics, combines the anxiety of the necessity of constant decision-making with the visual ordering of the potentiality of different scenarios, variants of the real. Lach is interested in repetition subjected to chance and human relations with the digital world and the unlimited possibility of assigning meanings and functions to data and objects leading to their obliteration. In data, she seeks answers to questions of memory and identity in a world of false evolution. Lach studied at the Academy of Fine Arts and the University of Warsaw (PL), Department of Physics with a specialization in Particle Physics (PL).



Billie Clarken (b. 1992) – American visual artist based in Berlin. Using images from mass culture, she points out the paradoxes of projected identity, in search of inauthenticity and the associated spectacle refers to the condition of society in late capitalism. She acquires and utilizes appropriated digital memory by creating a certain set of data, a network of representations liberated from the tyranny of representation. Clarken is not only referring to the status of images distanced or detached from their source, but more importantly to cultural constructs. The artist becomes a user of images, materializing and fetishizing the satirical representation of the immortal image by punctuating the meanings which the culture producing it has secondarily bestowed upon it. Clarken studied at the Universität der Künste (DE) and Virginia Commonwealth University, Photography and Film Department (USA).




We are delighted to invite you to the international event NADA Villa Warsaw, taking place from May 15th to 19th in Warsaw.

wanda gallery will be presenting works by Patryk Staruch and Filip Rybkowski!

NADA Villa Warsaw brings together a diverse selection of 44 international galleries and art spaces from 25 cities to present artists in a collaborative exhibition format, engaging the distinctive character of Villa Gawrońskich, a neo-baroque architectural landmark located in the heart of Warsaw.






LISTE Art Fair Basel 2023


wanda gallery | booth 76


Hanna Antonsson and Filip Rybkowski
we also host at the booth the understructures

Using a quasi-archaeological survey method, Swedish artist Hanna Antonsson (’91) and Polish artist Filip Rybkowski (’91) disassemble particular elements of reality, both atavistic and solidified in the symbolic order. From the clash and deconstruction, focusing on remnants and fragments, emerges a politicized polyphony reflecting the specifics of the current time.
Through their artworks, they reconstruct incidents, awakening this semantic hybrid to life, using the visual representations, symbolism and materiality of the fragments as an initial point, a starting moment for the interpretation machinery. Rybkowski’s tool is the critical act of reconstruction, combined with a reflection on the gesture of re-establishment, conservation and recapture. Antonsson’s exploration of taxidermy takes place through birds, wings and feathers, where parts of the bird are deconstructed and re-animated using moving, electronic parts to create sculptural works.

understructures, Kyiv-based collective founded in 2020, features two emerging Ukrainian artists who currently based in Ukraine – Ksenia Bilyk and Eliza Mamardashvili. Trough her work, Bilyk deconstructs the mechanisms of propaganda and the way they enchant people and fuel new myths. Mamardashvili, drawing from her own experience as a person of Georgian origin, born and raised in Ukraine, focuses on issues of national identity and common memory. 

Showtime Liste | wanda gallery

With the support of the “Polish Culture in the World” program of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute



Warsaw Spring

31.03–02.04 2023

BWA Warsaw
Dawid Radziszewski
Gunia Nowik Gallery
Import Export
Le Guern
Pola Magnetyczne
Polana Institute

The Polish art market has evolved in recent years. Despite initial concerns, the pandemic has not slowed down the development of the collecting community – quite the opposite. We have become accustomed to shortening the distance and viewing paintings and sculptures on phone screens. Recent art has settled into private homes for good.

What is the contemporary art scene in Warsaw today? Still crisp, sometimes unpolished, yet professional and world-class. International and local at once. But above all, full of intriguing initiatives, exciting for both the audience and the artists themselves.

Warsaw Spring is an attempt to capture this unique moment. It will not only be an opportunity to see fantastic art, expand one’s collection, but also an excuse to integrate the collecting community.

The formula of the event combines our favorite features of art fairs and metropolitan gallery weekends. There will be 16 shows over three days, scattered throughout Warsaw. They will be prepared by leading private galleries in a cross-sectional manner to present the best and premiere works from the program.

Warsaw Spring website

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December 17-18, 2022 was the first edition of the Warsaw Winter Art Fair, a unique form of fair co-created by 11 contemporary art galleries. The event was initiated by wanda gallery in cooperation with Syrena Real Estate. The interior of a revitalized postmodern office building from the 90s, inspired by the designs of Alessandro Mendini, Mario Botta and the Memphis Group, for the time of the fair becomes a place for the presentation of paintings, objects, sculptures, limited edition photographs and graphic works.


BWA Warsaw
Dawid Radziszewski
Krupa Gallery
Le Guern
Olszewski Gallery
Serce człowieka

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wanda gallery presented works by Martyna Borowiecka, Yulia Krivich, Olga Krykun, Kornel Janczy, Paweł Olszczyński




Event partners:
Syrena Real Estate, Pinebridge Benson Elliot, Society of Friends of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Lupo Pasta Fresca

Media patronage:
Vogue Poland,, Szum magazine, USTA magazine, Magazif, Architecture Snob