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Poster; 'Children of Omerta'

Children of Omerta

Opening Saturday, December 9 (6—9pm): a solo exhibition by ML Poznanski

21 rue des Vertus, 75003 Paris

Lo Brutto Stahl is thrilled to announce ‘Children of Omerta’, the first solo exhibition by ML Poznanski in France, following her presence in the last group show of the gallery. Opening on Saturday, December 9 (6—9pm).

The exhibition is accompanied by a text written by Clodagh Kinsella and features most recent works of the artist, including new paintings alongside a selection of monotypes. 

‘Children of Omerta’ runs until Saturday, January 13, 2024.

ML Poznanski (b. 1984, Hull, UK) is an artist and clothesmaker based in Warsaw. She studied Fine Art at Central Saint Martins and Philosophy at Birkbeck, University of London. Poznanski is part of the collective Everyone Agrees who have published The Night & After The Night released by BookWorks. Her recent solo exhibitions include A Missive for the Daffodils, Simo Bacar Gallery, Lisbon, (2022); Stories Not Systems, Montague, London, (2019). Group exhibitions include: Lo Brutto Stahl, Paris (2023); Cemetery of Splendor, Piktogram, Warsaw (2023); Palomar, Simo Bacar Gallery, Lisbon (2023); ZEIT, house of spouse, Vienna (2022); it could have been easy but it was still nice, Mother Culture, Berlin (2020); Fool's Prophecy, Icon Museum, Warsaw (2018); The Meeting of Failures, SPACE, London (2014); Performance with Resonance FM, Raven Row Gallery, London (2011).

Click here to visit Artist's page.