Hubert Gromny (b. 1990, Poland) is an artist and curator based in Berlin a member of SAVVY Contemporary.
Currently together with Daniellis Hernandez and Meghna Singh he is developing a methodology of artistic programming posing the question of how artistic exists as a public neighbour.
Most recently at SAVVY Contemporary together with Renan Laru-an and Mokia Laisin he co-curated Jean-Ulrick Désert's monographic show “Conspicous Invisibility” ; was part of curatorial teams for "Our Daughters Shall Inherit The Wealth of Our Stories: The Imaginactivism of Yugantar Collective" (curated by Abhishek Nilamber), “Unraveling the (Under-) Development Complex or Towards a Post-(Under)Development Interdependence: An Ode to Walter Rodney’s ‘How Europe Underdeveloped Africa’ 50 Years on (1972-2022)” (curated by Juan Pablo García Sossa, Hajra Haider Karrar) .
His artistic work is part of public collection of Center for Contemporary Art Bunkier Sztuki in Cracow, Poland and was presented among others in Temporary Gallery Cologne, Akademie der Künste der Welt in Cologne, Nordic House in Reykjavik, Gerðarsafn Museum in Kópavogur, Iceland, La Quiñonera in Mexico City, His text was published in numerous Polish academic journals and art criticism platforms.
Learn more about Hubert Gromy's 20 minute performance "have you heard about the street" for UNDERSTORY CHANT ~ Aeroponic Acts, August 2021 in Arnhem.
Learn more about Hubert Gromny's written MA thesis (DAI, 2021): Living the Dead: Silver in Flesh
Follow Hubert's "Life after DAI" via Instagram