Art in the andel's Hotel Lodz
Design is only a part of the andel’s philosophy.Together with the latest trends and art it creates a soul for the hotel.
andel's Contemporary Art
„The real art is always contemporary”. These words of Fiodor Dostojewski are reflected in the andel’s Hotel Lodz, where art is an element of interior design. Old textile machines, graffiti on walls, mural in Oscar’s Bar or art photos on corridors are only some of the esthetical experience, which hotel ensures. The permanent exhibition “andel’s Contemporary Art” consists of over 130 pieces of contemporary art. They refer to the history of the hotel building.
The exhibition "Architectures" by Leszek Górski
7.06. - 30.06.2013
The exhibition presents the excellent works of Leszek Górski – the photographer with 30 years experience. In his photographs, Górski presents the world in his unique way, often surprising and making fun.
His photographs are characterized by geometry, harmony and clarity. They speak with the loud voice, a bit like engineering projects and architectural constructions. Such as andel's Hotel Lodz.
“andel’s quarter” is an art project, which presents the latest trends in modern art and shows works of the Polish contemporary artists. Each edition is an extraordinary esthetical experience. The artists dedicate their pieces of art only for the “andel’s quarter” exhibition.
andel’s quarter II – “Far too many things”: 18 January – 10 February 2013Details
“Far too many things” is a project that joins three fascinating realizations of contemporary Polish artists: Mikołaj Długosz, Maurycy Gomulicki and Iwo Rutkiewicz. Each of the projects will be presented in a different hotel suite. Every artist presents his own vision of warming up the public space and turn it into private surrounding.
Curator: Marcin Krasny
andel’s quater I – „Long Time no see”: 15 – 22 April 2011Details
“Long time no see” is an attempt to bring Lodz and Warsaw closer together. The cities are located close to each other geographically, but far off in terms of development and mentality. The exhibition consisted of 5 video works of artists from Lodz and Warsaw: Anna Orlikowska, Wiktor Polak, Jerzy Zachara (Łódź), Maciek Stępiński i Iwo Rutkiewicz (Warszawa). They were shown on big screens set in the hotel’s space, creating a magical atmopshere of the place.