LAZNIA 1 2010 - Jarosław Doktor Janiszewski
08.07.2010, at 7 p.m
Jarek Janiszewski is a punk revue artist who covers many different genres of art with his Renaissance energy. In a band called Bielizna [The Underwear] he is a bitter and uncompromising critic of Polish pseudo elites.
In a band Czarno-Czarni invites to a nostalgic game referring to crazy 60s. With a group Doktor Granat he sings about foals and big hands.
As a part of Duet Gremplina [Gremplin's duo] he mocks at the puffed celebrities' success.
He used to show up on TV – especially when he was hosting The Rock Night Show in 1992-97.
He often hosts non-standard events where his speech becomes intellectual effusion.
In general he is an individual causing a happy grimace of the pituitary gland.
Whenever asked about his masters Janiszewski mentions Wisława Szymborska and Yogi Bear at one gulp. 

Bielizna – 1987-2009: Light gorillas’ dance, Faith, hope, love and surveillance, Tag, Mrs. Jola, Selected works, In the wild country, Pictures from the little display;
Doktor Granat – 2000: The Witnesses of rock;
Czarno-Czarni – 1998-2009: Black and Black, Invisible ones, Light side of the moon, The sultans of swing, Boring world.

Project co-organized by National Centre for Culture in Warsaw.
Project co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
Municipal Institution of Culture