Zofia Kulik


Zofia Kulik is a sculptor, performance artist, and photographer. Born on September 14th, 1947 in Wrocław, she currently lives in Łomianki near Warsaw. In 1965-1971, she studied in the Sculpture Department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, and from 1970-1987 she worked together with Przemysław Kwiek, as the artistic duo KwieKulik. In 1996 she received the Paszport Polityki (Polityka Passport) award. Her work, The Splendor of Myself II, a series of nine silver gelatin prints created in 1997, were acquired with the support of the Modern Women’s Fund by The Museum of Modern Art in 2017.


Conversation: Zofia Kulik with David Senior

A major new publication, Art and Theory of Post-1989 Central and Eastern Europe: A Critical Anthology, presents key voices of this period that have been reevaluating the significance of the socialist legacy, making it an indispensable read on modern and contemporary art and theory. The following dialogue belongs to a series of conversations between artists and members of the C-MAP research group for Central and Eastern Europe at MoMA.