¬ Engaging History to create dialogues
Grażyna Kulczyk sets great store by her role as an ambassador for contemporary Polish and Middle Eastern European art, which has long been omitted from the canon and tended to be overlooked by the majority of Western critics and collectors, due to the particular political environment of the former Eastern bloc states. Beyond this general ambition, her collecting strategy also reflects two key interests: International artists have joined the collection, opening up new perspectives and highlighting contrasts between works but also hinting to parallels and raising questions about the multifarious and complex relations between East and West in general. These expanded perspectives and contrasts within the collection provide the basis for commentary on complex and timely global concerns. The women’s perspective in the collection adds a clear feminist mission to the endeavours of Grażyna Kulczyk, whose own history as an independent, creative entrepreneur is at the root of a deep understanding and emotional connection to issues women face in their artistic practice. Her collection reflects this interest, inviting and encouraging participation, contributing to the recognition and greater visibility of women — as artists and elsewhere.

Muzeum Susch - Grażyna Kulczyk

by Grażyna Kulczyk

¬ Opening Perspectives
Established in 2004, as the Kulczyk Foundation, the ART STATIONS FOUNDATION by Grażyna Kulczyk is to support innovative developments of culture and art and to provide artists with opportunities to engage with local communities. The mission of popularising culture and art, in addition to facilitating and increasing their availability to a broader public, was consistently accomplished through the foundation’s various exhibition projects and grants focusing on innovative juxtapositions of Polish and international contemporary art. Taking up new artistic trends, as well as engaging in aesthetic and theoretic exploration, the activities of the foundation are providing fresh perspectives for viewing the collection and beyond. Since 2017 the Foundation operates both from Poland and from Switzerland.

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Thursday: 12:00 to 17:00
Friday: 12:00 to 17:00
Saturday: 11:00 to 18:00
Sunday: 12:00 to 17:00
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Friday: 12:00 to 21:00
Saturday: 11:00 to 21:00
Sunday: 12:00 to 18:00
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Art Stations Foundation CH

Founder and Chair of foundation board: Grażyna Kulczyk

Director: Mareike Dittmer

Financial Director: Małgorzata Dobak

Managing Curator: Krzysztof Kościuczuk

Curator of Performing Arts: Joanna Leśnierowska

Head of Operations: Laura García Moreno Torres

Project Manager: Sonia Jakimczyk

Junior Project Manager: Karolina Mazur

Assistant & receptionist: Selina Bisaz

Receptionist: Brigitte Janikowski

Advisory on Faith and Science: Maciek Chorąźak

Public Relations: Scott & Co., London & Big Picture, Warsaw


Art direction: Marie Lusa

Code: Computed·By

Photography: Art Stations Foundation CH


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