Grupa “Zero”

It was founded in Krakow in April 1908 by Wojciech Kossak. In her opinion, it was to prove to the world that apart from the art society, there are also other groups appointed to represent Polish painting in the universal movement. The first exhibition of the “Zero” Group was opened at TPSP on the 1st of October 1908, the second on the 1st of June 1909. It gathered 80 works by 28 artists, including Kazimierz Pochwalski.

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