Ewa Partum - born at Grodzisk Mazowiecki in 1945, belongs to the elite group of the most important figures of Polish conceptual art. She debuted with her first conceptual works as early as 1965. Her work is pioneer in the field of Polish feminist art, especially as an analysis of the female subject in a public space. Since 1983, Partum has lived and worked in Berlin.
She has participated in many important exhibitions of contemporary art, such as Iconoclash (ZKM Karlsruhe), Intense Proximity, Paris Triennial (Palais de Tokyo, Paris), Wack! Art of Feminist Revolution (MoCA w Los Angeles and MoMA PS1 in New York), Manifesta 7 a Rovereto, and Sydney Biennial and many others. Partum’s works are in the collections of many important contemporary art institutions, such as Tate Modern, Kontakt.Art Collection Erste Group / Erste Foundation, Centre de Georges Pompidou, Generali Foundation, and in Poland: inter alia, in the collections of the Museum of Art in Łodź, the National Museum in Warsaw, the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw and the Wyspa Progress Foundation in Gdańsk.