Natalia Sielewicz

She is an art historian and curator at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. In her exhibitions and essays, she touches upon the issues of feminism, the culture of affect, biopolitics and technology. She was the exhibition curator of “Fedir Tetyanych. The Neverending Eye" (2022), "Cruel Tales. Aleksandra Waliszewska and the Symbolism of the East and North" (2022, together with Alison Gingeras), "Agnieszka Polska. The Millennium Plan” (2021), “Paint means blood. Woman, affect and desire in contemporary painting” (2019), “Hooligans” (2017), “Ministry of Internal Affairs. Intimacy as Text” (2017), “Bread and Roses. Artists against class divisions” (2015, with Łukasz Ronduda), “Privacy Settings” (2014). A curator of numerous debates, performances and film reviews. Member of Solidary Culture Center "Sunflower".

photo: Yulia Krivich