The works displayed at Wroclaw’s Renoma are an important feature of the space itself, allowing this department store to distinguish itself from other commercial centres not only in Wroclaw but also nationwide. They bring the latest trends in contemporary art to a wide audience while also promoting young Polish artists.
Monika Sosnowska’s installation is located at the green square from the side of Czysta Street. “Market stall” is a supplement to the history picturing the unusual fate of the unusual place of the Renoma Department Store. The building founded by the Wertheim brothers achieved the highest quality of design in those days. It was nothing else […]more
Simple horizontal and vertical lines, rectangles and primary colours comprise the new work from Maurycy Gomulicki. It takes the space of the glass skylight conjoining the new and the old parts of Renoma Department Store and the installation was opened to public on 22nd April 2010. The descendant of a writer Victor Gomulicki and the famous […]more
Mural Faeton, Amor, Hermes was commissioned for the space of Renoma and is inspired by themes existing in the history of art since the Antique. It is an ironic game with these themes and a reference to numerous creators executing commissions within public spaces. I always wanted to be a well-trained painter and a conceptual artist, a catholic, a priest, […]more
Jaroslaw Fliciński’s mural bears a significant title Never Say Never Again and was made by the artist in 2009 with the use of acrylic paint on the wall staircase leading to the parking spaces of Renoma. It covers 600 square metres and is intended to be looked at from the perspective of the escalators. Jaroslaw Fliciński […]more
Suspended inflatable lamps function as the lighting of a representative part of Renoma – the staircase from the side of Czysta Street. These lamps are based on the BUBBLES system (inflatable elements + LEDs), which is alike the one used by the designers who built lighting structures in the atrium of Renoma. In this case, the […]more
This is a model Fun 7DM – a giant lamp of diameter of 1 metre and height of 110 cm made out of mother pearl discs connected by metal chains. All suspended on a wooden ceiling panel. This model was designed in 1964, and was remade especially for Renoma by the internationally renowned Dutch company VerPan. Verner Panton (1926-1998) […]more