Teresa Żarnowerówna

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Teresa Żarnowerówna (1897, in Warsaw – 1949, in New York)[1] was a Polish avant-garde artist, painter, sculptor, scenographer and architect.

In years 1915- 1920 she studied at the Warsaw School of Fine Arts in Edward Wittig’s studio. She collaborated with Mieczyslaw Szczuka, with whom in 1923 together they displayed their works in Vilnius at the New Art Exhibition, and in Berlin in the "Der Sturm" gallery. In 1926 she participated in the International Exhibition of Modern Art in Bucharest, and in the First International Exhibition of Architecture in Warsaw. She co-edited the Polish avant-garde magazines, Blok and Dźwignia. She was a member and co-creator of the Warsaw art group "Blok" which was associated with the magazine of the same name.[citation needed]. She left Poland in 1937, and spent the last years of her life in the U.S.


  1. ^ "Teresa Żarnower (1897-1949). An Artist of the End of Utopia", A. Turowski, M. Ślizińska, Poland, Lodz 2014

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