from September 16, 2022

A thread will lead us to the past, to a country cottage. It will create weft and warp, lead us to the weaving workshop from which the perebres were coming out, and will lead us towards the future – towards new digital techniques that recreate the modules of traditional patterns written in code line by line.

The opening of the exhibition will take place on September 16 at  4 p.m. at the Lublin Village Museum, in the newly created exhibition space – on the first floor of the town hall from Głusk.

Monika Trypuz, born in 1981 in Chełm, is the author of the works presented at the “ATENCJE/ROCZNIK WSI” exhibition. She graduated from the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts, obtaining a diploma in two specialties: Workshop Graphics (under the supervision of Prof. Rafał Kochański) and Illustration and Publishing Graphics (under the supervision of Prof. Błażej Ostoja Lniski). Since 2005, MA in Mathematics (KUL in Lublin). Graphic designer, illustrator cooperating with publishing houses and cultural institutions. As she says about herself – she is a visual artist working in the field of critical art and speculative design. Her recent interests focused on Polish folk culture and handicrafts.


Monika Trypuz’s exhibition “ATENCJE/ROCZNIK WSI” at the Lublin Village Museum will be open until November 15, 2022 at the following hours:

SEPTEMBER (from 17/09/2022)

from 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.


from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.

NOVEMBER (until November 15, 2022)

daily except Mondays: from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.


Admission ticket (as part of the MWL ticket): PLN 20 / normal, PLN 10 / reduced