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Current Exhibition

Rafał Milach “Refusal”

PGS Gallery in Poland presents a selection of Rafal Milach's photographs that present various systems of control

Rafal Milach

Rafal Milach Geometric figures and models triggering optical illusions, partly created by pupils of the chess school located in the Khyrdalan Heydar Aliyev Centre. The structure and observation of these objects (...)
Rafal Milach Geometric figures and models triggering optical illusions, partly created by pupils of the chess school located in the Khyrdalan Heydar Aliyev Centre. The structure and observation of these objects (...)
Rafal Milach Natalya and Konan, the best couple in love. The contest is organized by local structures of BRSM (Belorussian Youth Association). BRSM is a state organization recruiting the most active people unde (...)
Rafal Milach One of the interiors of the Alphabetic Tower. In 2013, the Rustavi 2 Broadcasting Company, which supported the then president of Georgia, Micheil Saakashvili, had a television studio there. That sa (...)
Rafal Milach Police officers guarding the entrance to the Alphabetic Tower.In 2013, president Mikheil Saakashvili was ousted and all his personal projects of accelerated change in Georgia were put on hold. (...)
Rafal Milach Inside the Quba Heydar Aliyev Centre. In 2013, to mark the tenth anniversary of Heydar Aliyev’s death, his son and successor as president, Ilham Aliyev, issued an order that the country’s seventy d (...)

Magnum nominee Rafal Milach’s work explores the oppressive natures reflected in architecture, objects and social structures.

His latest exhibition, Refusal, includes a selection of older works as well as three new projects, FormingField of View and Finissage, each visually representing various systems of control and pressure exerted in the Soviet Union. The intensity, scale and methods of social engineering vary in each region, but they all serve a utopian vision designed by those in power.

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Tuesday – Sunday: 11:00am – 19:00pm