Łukasz Ronduda

Łukasz Ronduda

Poland

Biography

Łukasz Ronduda is an author, researcher, scriptwriter and director. In his artistic pursuit he focuses on the interface between contemporary art and cinema. Curator of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. Researcher and expert on experimental film. Graduate of the Wajda School programmes for directors and for scriptwriters. Producer of many films by the most notable Polish artists. Originator of the film award for production of a feature film for a visual artist, awarded by the Polish Film Institute and MoMA in Warsaw. Author of the novel “Half Empty” (2011) whose main hero is Oskar Dawicki. Author of a number of exhibitions in some of the most prestigious locations around the world, including London’s Tate Modern, Anthology Film Archives of New York, Whitechapel Art Gallery in London, the MACBA in Barcelona. He has recently been the curator of such important exhibitions as New National Art (MoMA, Warsaw, 2012), As You Can See. Polish Art Today (MoMA, Warsaw 2014), Oskar Hansen. Open Form in Architecture, Art and Didactic (MACBA, Barcelona, 2014; Seralves, Porto, 2015). 

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