GDANSK, POLAND, July 2, 2013 – “Family Trees”, a collection of wood sculptures by American artist Emilie Brzezinski, have found a new site at the Gunter Grassa Gallery in the historic district of Gdansk, Poland.

This is the third stop of the “Family Trees” European traveling tour having previous exhibits this year in Dresden, Germany, and Prague, Czech Republic.  The work, which combines hollowed out tree trunks and black and white photography of the artist’s family members, will be shown alongside drawings of her husband, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Former National Security Adviser  under United States President Jimmy Carter.

Over 200 exuberant well-wishers and several local and national media groups attended the opening reception for the installation which included remarks from the artist and also from her husband Zbigniew, Mayor of Gdansk, Paweł Adamowicz, and the Director of the Gunter Grassa Gallery, Iwona Bigos.

Curated by Maria Sasin, the installation will be on display through September 15.