Closer to the culture with Warsaw Trade Tower
Warsaw Trade Tower once again opens its doors for art. After the piano concerts and photography vernissages, the time came for the fine arts. From 14th to 27th of November, on the first floor of the building you can admire works of the Serbian painter - Jasmin Šoljanin. Owner of Warsaw Trade Tower - Akron Investment Central Eastern Europe II and its asset manager - Heitman company invite not only people working in the building, but also everyone who is interested in culture and art.
The painting exhibition of Jasmin Šoljanin works, which was opened on November 14th, is another cultural event organized in Warsaw Trade Tower. In the lobby of the building there are regular piano concerts, and in Panorama Room WTT on the 35th floor amongst others were presented the photographs of Warsaw both aerial (by Maciej Margas) and made from the roofs of skyscrapers (by Aleksandra Łogusz), photographs from the WARSAW ON AIR series by Maciej Margas, as well as award winning works from the Warsaw Insta Festival contest. This time, the temporary gallery of the artist is held on the first floor of the building, to which you can get by the escalator located in the lobby. This free exhibition can be visited until November 27th.
Jasmin Šoljanin is a talented Serbian artist who has been living and working in Poland for over 25 years. The main scope of his artistic activity is painting, for which he mainly uses acrylic technique. In his works we can see the inspirations and quotations from the numerous artistic disciplines, often standing in the opposition to one another. In the paintings of the Serbian artist we find references to postimpressionist works of Paul Gauguin, as well as the cubist paintings of Pablo Picasso, and even street art. The artist also organizes concerts and events promoting Serbian culture in Poland.
“All of the events organized in Warsaw Trade Tower are of great interest to both its tenants and the local community, so we are pleased to continue our efforts. This paintings exhibition is a part of our strategy to create a space that is attractive both for business and for the cultural reasons” says Izabela Kapil, Vice President Portfolio Management – Europe in Heitman.
Warsaw Trade Tower (WTT) was constructed in late 90s as a pioneering architectural project, the systematically introduced amenities as well as the Very Good rating in the environmental certification process BREEAM In-Use confirms the high standard of services offered to tenants. The goal of the building owner and its asset manager is to implement unique solutions that are consistent with the employee-wellbeing concept and at the same time meet the needs of the employees. Cultural events such as piano concerts and paintings exhibition are part of the abovementioned activities and at the same time create the unique atmosphere of the building.