środa, 17 lipca 2019

czwartek, 30 maja 2019

Tommorow!

Tommorow!


MEAM · Museu Europeu d'Art Modern
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piątek, 24 maja 2019

The Robinson’s Ship









A couple of days ago took place a huge opening of the great exhibition in Wroclaw. Here are some photos of this prestigious event, and here is a film from the opening: https://www.youtube.com/watch…
Robinson’s Ship / 11.05.2019 - 28.08.2019
From the 11th of May the exhibition entitled Robinson's Ship transforms the space of Wrocław Museum of Architecture into a shipwreck. Artworks by 55 contemporary visual artists from Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary, all working in various media, are being presented in the remains of the crashed ship.
The official opening of the exhibition takes place on the 10th of May (Friday) at 6:00 PM at the Museum of Architecture in Wrocław (5 Bernardyńska Street). It is accompanied by a concert.
In his text entitled "Ethics of Elfland" Gilbert Keith Chesterton compared our civilization to a wrecked ship, from which the hero of Daniel Defoe's famous book, Robinson Crusoe, would fish out all objects he needed to survive on a desert island. The British writer pointed out that in a sense our civilization resembles a ship after a disaster, whilst artworks are an element which enables us to rescue the values that define our humanity: the Truth, Beauty and Good, which – for us to survive as mankind – must be saved in every generation. Therefore, the main idea behind the exhibition organized in the former monastery rooms of the Museum of Architecture is to refer to traditional European values through contemporary artists’ visual creativity. These values are the roots of our civilization. Thus, they require salvage and care – especially in today’s world, where several ideas and norms once cultivated become equivalent to remains of a wrecked ship.
For the purposes of Robinson’s Ship show exhibition rooms have been set designed as a shipwreck, with artworks located among its remains. Consequently, the show departs from a linear presentation scheme, while individual pieces have been be closely linked to its scenographic concept.
The show features about 190 artworks, which makes it one of the largest exhibitions of figurative art in Central and Eastern Europe. It showcases 55 young and promising artists from Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary. The pieces on show include painting, graphics, photography as well as sculpture and glass objects.
The Robinson’s Ship exhibition lasts until the 28th of July 2019.
Curator: Mirosław Jasiński
Co-curators: Krisztina Jerger (Hungary), Ivana Moncolova (Slovakia) and Martin Mainer (Czech Republic).
Exhibition organizer: The City Gallery in Wrocław
Co-organiser: Museum of Architecture in Wrocław
Honorary Patronage of the Mayor of Wroclaw.
Artists of exhibition:
Agata Agatowska (PL), Paweł Baśnik (PL), Zofia Błażko (PL), Imre Bukta (HU), Julia Curyło (PL), Małgorzata Dajewska (PL), Adam Dallos (HU), Andrzej Dudek-Dürer (PL), Jana Farmanova (SK), László Fehér (HU), Paweł Frąckiewicz (PL), Marcelina Groń (PL), Krzysztof Izdebski-Cruz (PL), Andrzej Jarodzki (PL), Adam Kaspar (CZ), Marcin Kołpanowicz (PL), Aleksander Kozera (PL), Silvia Krivošíková (SK), Tomasz Kucharski (PL), Jarosław Kukowski (PL), Henryk Laskowski (PL), Witold Liszkowski (PL), Ida Łotocka-Huelle (PL), Maciej Łubowski (PL), Mária Machatová (SK), Martin Mainer (CZ), Julita Malinowska (PL), Mariusz Mikołajek (PL), Miroir Noir (Miloš Kopták and Rai Escalé) (SK), Zdzisław Nitka (PL), Jacek Paluch (PL), Ryszard Paprocki (PL), Samuel Pauco (CZ), Kazimierz Pawlak (PL), Daniel Pawłowski (PL), Daniel Pielucha (PL), Rastislav Podoba (SK), Miro Polach (CZ), Tomasz Poznysz (PL), Olga Prokop-Miśniakiewicz (PL), Artur Przebindowski (PL), Judit Rita Rabóczky (HU), Zbynek Sedlecky (CZ), Krzysztof Skarbek (PL), Jan Szczepan Szczepkowski (PL), Anna Szpakowska-Kujawska (PL), Janusz Szpyt (PL), Adam Šakový (SK) , Pavel Šmid (CZ), Veronika Šramatyová (SK), Jan Triaska (SK), Przemysław Tyszkiewicz (PL), Péter Ujházi (HU), Tomasz Urbanowicz (PL), Anna Wypych (PL), Mira Żelechower-Aleksiun (PL)
Fot. Agata Piątkowska na zlecenie Galerii Miejskiej we Wrocławiu.

czwartek, 23 maja 2019

opening

Check out film from the opening:
https://www.facebook.com/galeria.miejska/videos/475910509618465/

I am super proud that my 4 paintings participate in this prestigious exhibition! Opening tomorrow in Wroclaw, Poland!!!
Robinson’s Ship / 11.05.2019 - 28.08.2019
From the 11th of May the exhibition entitled Robinson's Ship transforms the space of Wrocław Museum of Architecture into a shipwreck. Artworks by 55 contemporary visual artists from Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary, all working in various media, are being presented in the remains of the crashed ship.
The official opening of the exhibition takes place on the 10th of May (Friday) at 6:00 PM at the Museum of Architecture in Wrocław (5 Bernardyńska Street). It is accompanied by a concert.
In his text entitled "Ethics of Elfland" Gilbert Keith Chesterton compared our civilization to a wrecked ship, from which the hero of Daniel Defoe's famous book, Robinson Crusoe, would fish out all objects he needed to survive on a desert island. The British writer pointed out that in a sense our civilization resembles a ship after a disaster, whilst artworks are an element which enables us to rescue the values that define our humanity: the Truth, Beauty and Good, which – for us to survive as mankind – must be saved in every generation. Therefore, the main idea behind the exhibition organized in the former monastery rooms of the Museum of Architecture is to refer to traditional European values through contemporary artists’ visual creativity. These values are the roots of our civilization. Thus, they require salvage and care – especially in today’s world, where several ideas and norms once cultivated become equivalent to remains of a wrecked ship.
For the purposes of Robinson’s Ship show exhibition rooms have been set designed as a shipwreck, with artworks located among its remains. Consequently, the show departs from a linear presentation scheme, while individual pieces have been be closely linked to its scenographic concept.
The show features about 190 artworks, which makes it one of the largest exhibitions of figurative art in Central and Eastern Europe. It showcases 55 young and promising artists from Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary. The pieces on show include painting, graphics, photography as well as sculpture and glass objects.
The Robinson’s Ship exhibition lasts until the 28th of July 2019.
Curator: Mirosław Jasiński
Co-curators: Krisztina Jerger (Hungary), Ivana Moncolova (Slovakia) and Martin Mainer (Czech Republic).
Exhibition organizer: The City Gallery in Wrocław
Co-organiser: Museum of Architecture in Wrocław
Honorary Patronage of the Mayor of Wroclaw.
Artists of exhibition:
Agata Agatowska (PL), Paweł Baśnik (PL), Zofia Błażko (PL), Imre Bukta (HU), Julia Curyło (PL), Małgorzata Dajewska (PL), Adam Dallos (HU), Andrzej Dudek-Dürer (PL), Jana Farmanova (SK), László Fehér (HU), Paweł Frąckiewicz (PL), Marcelina Groń (PL), Krzysztof Izdebski-Cruz (PL), Andrzej Jarodzki (PL), Adam Kaspar (CZ), Marcin Kołpanowicz (PL), Aleksander Kozera (PL), Silvia Krivošíková (SK), Tomasz Kucharski (PL), Jarosław Kukowski (PL), Henryk Laskowski (PL), Witold Liszkowski (PL), Ida Łotocka-Huelle (PL), Maciej Łubowski (PL), Mária Machatová (SK), Martin Mainer (CZ), Julita Malinowska (PL), Mariusz Mikołajek (PL), Miroir Noir (Miloš Kopták and Rai Escalé) (SK), Zdzisław Nitka (PL), Jacek Paluch (PL), Ryszard Paprocki (PL), Samuel Pauco (CZ), Kazimierz Pawlak (PL), Daniel Pawłowski (PL), Daniel Pielucha (PL), Rastislav Podoba (SK), Miro Polach (CZ), Tomasz Poznysz (PL), Olga Prokop-Miśniakiewicz (PL), Artur Przebindowski (PL), Judit Rita Rabóczky (HU), Zbynek Sedlecky (CZ), Krzysztof Skarbek (PL), Jan Szczepan Szczepkowski (PL), Anna Szpakowska-Kujawska (PL), Janusz Szpyt (PL), Adam Šakový (SK) , Pavel Šmid (CZ), Veronika Šramatyová (SK), Jan Triaska (SK), Przemysław Tyszkiewicz (PL), Péter Ujházi (HU), Tomasz Urbanowicz (PL), Anna Wypych (PL), Mira Żelechower-Aleksiun (PL)

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https://www.facebook.com/museumeam/videos/1864509050317439/



MEAM · Museu Europeu d'Art Modern
Así hemos pasado la Nit dels Museus 2019 en el MEAM.

piątek, 10 maja 2019

Finalist ! ! !

Finalist ! ! !
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Super mega excited that my painting is a finalist in one of most prestigious competition 14th International ARC Salon 2018-2019!!!
Huge congratulations for all finalists! And big hug and support for the rest of 4300 submitted artists who did not make this year.
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„The Vestals – protectors of inner fire” oil on canvas 39.5 x 27.5 inch 100/70cm Anna Wypych 2019
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Art Renewal Center
When talking about competitions and exhibitions dedicated to 21st Century Realism, The International ARC Salon is the largest in the world in terms of entries, and the most diverse in terms of categories and international participation. This makes the International ARC Salon Competition the most influential and far reaching competition for Contemporary Realism in the world, offering over $100,000 in cash awards and international recognition through partnerships with prestigious magazines, galleries and museums, with live exhibitions and a strong online presence.

czwartek, 9 maja 2019

The Robinson’s Ship

I am super proud that my 4 paintings participate in this prestigious exhibition! Opening tomorrow in Wroclaw, Poland!!!
Robinson’s Ship / 11.05.2019 - 28.08.2019
From the 11th of May the exhibition entitled Robinson's Ship transforms the space of Wrocław Museum of Architecture into a shipwreck. Artworks by 55 contemporary visual artists from Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary, all working in various media, are being presented in the remains of the crashed ship.
The official opening of the exhibition takes place on the 10th of May (Friday) at 6:00 PM at the Museum of Architecture in Wrocław (5 Bernardyńska Street). It is accompanied by a concert.
In his text entitled "Ethics of Elfland" Gilbert Keith Chesterton compared our civilization to a wrecked ship, from which the hero of Daniel Defoe's famous book, Robinson Crusoe, would fish out all objects he needed to survive on a desert island. The British writer pointed out that in a sense our civilization resembles a ship after a disaster, whilst artworks are an element which enables us to rescue the values that define our humanity: the Truth, Beauty and Good, which – for us to survive as mankind – must be saved in every generation. Therefore, the main idea behind the exhibition organized in the former monastery rooms of the Museum of Architecture is to refer to traditional European values through contemporary artists’ visual creativity. These values are the roots of our civilization. Thus, they require salvage and care – especially in today’s world, where several ideas and norms once cultivated become equivalent to remains of a wrecked ship.
For the purposes of Robinson’s Ship show exhibition rooms have been set designed as a shipwreck, with artworks located among its remains. Consequently, the show departs from a linear presentation scheme, while individual pieces have been be closely linked to its scenographic concept.
The show features about 190 artworks, which makes it one of the largest exhibitions of figurative art in Central and Eastern Europe. It showcases 55 young and promising artists from Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary. The pieces on show include painting, graphics, photography as well as sculpture and glass objects.
The Robinson’s Ship exhibition lasts until the 28th of July 2019.
Curator: Mirosław Jasiński
Co-curators: Krisztina Jerger (Hungary), Ivana Moncolova (Slovakia) and Martin Mainer (Czech Republic).
Exhibition organizer: The City Gallery in Wrocław
Co-organiser: Museum of Architecture in Wrocław
Honorary Patronage of the Mayor of Wroclaw.
Artists of exhibition:
Agata Agatowska (PL), Paweł Baśnik (PL), Zofia Błażko (PL), Imre Bukta (HU), Julia Curyło (PL), Małgorzata Dajewska (PL), Adam Dallos (HU), Andrzej Dudek-Dürer (PL), Jana Farmanova (SK), László Fehér (HU), Paweł Frąckiewicz (PL), Marcelina Groń (PL), Krzysztof Izdebski-Cruz (PL), Andrzej Jarodzki (PL), Adam Kaspar (CZ), Marcin Kołpanowicz (PL), Aleksander Kozera (PL), Silvia Krivošíková (SK), Tomasz Kucharski (PL), Jarosław Kukowski (PL), Henryk Laskowski (PL), Witold Liszkowski (PL), Ida Łotocka-Huelle (PL), Maciej Łubowski (PL), Mária Machatová (SK), Martin Mainer (CZ), Julita Malinowska (PL), Mariusz Mikołajek (PL), Miroir Noir (Miloš Kopták and Rai Escalé) (SK), Zdzisław Nitka (PL), Jacek Paluch (PL), Ryszard Paprocki (PL), Samuel Pauco (CZ), Kazimierz Pawlak (PL), Daniel Pawłowski (PL), Daniel Pielucha (PL), Rastislav Podoba (SK), Miro Polach (CZ), Tomasz Poznysz (PL), Olga Prokop-Miśniakiewicz (PL), Artur Przebindowski (PL), Judit Rita Rabóczky (HU), Zbynek Sedlecky (CZ), Krzysztof Skarbek (PL), Jan Szczepan Szczepkowski (PL), Anna Szpakowska-Kujawska (PL), Janusz Szpyt (PL), Adam Šakový (SK) , Pavel Šmid (CZ), Veronika Šramatyová (SK), Jan Triaska (SK), Przemysław Tyszkiewicz (PL), Péter Ujházi (HU), Tomasz Urbanowicz (PL), Anna Wypych (PL), Mira Żelechower-Aleksiun (PL)

środa, 8 maja 2019

Robinson's ship this Friday!



This Friday!!!


Check out film:
https://www.facebook.com/galeria.miejska/videos/2352511645038018/


Galeria Miejska
W wystawie "Statek Robinsona" bierze udział ponad 50 artystów z Polski, Czech, Węgier i Słowacji.
Czyje dzieła znajdziecie na pokładzie zdruzgotanego żaglowca w Muzeum Architektury/Museum of Architecture - Wroclaw-PL ?
POLSKA
Agata Agatowska, Paweł Baśnik, Zofia BłażkoJulia Curyło, Małgorzata Dajewska, Andrzej Dudek Dürer, Paweł Frąckiewicz, Marcelina Groń, Krzysztof Izdebski-Cruz , Andrzej Jarodzki, Marcin Kołpanowicz, Aleksander Kozera, Tomasz Kucharski - malarstwoJarosław Kukowski (Official Website), Henryk Laskowski, Witold Liszkowski, Ida Łotocka-Huelle, Maciej Łubowski, Julita Malinowska, Mariusz Mikołajek, Zdzisław Nitka, Jacek PaluchRyszard Paprocki 3D, Kazimierz Pawlak, Daniel Pawłowski - artistDaniel Pielucha - Nadrealizm Polski / Polish Surrealism, Tomasz Poznysz, Olga Prokop-Miśniakiewicz, Artur Przebindowski, Krzysztof SkarbekJan Szczepkowski, Anna Szpakowska-Kujawska, Janusz Szpyt, Przemysław Tyszkiewicz, Tomasz Urbanowicz, Anna WypychMira Żelechower-Aleksiun
CZECHY
Adam KašparMainer Martin - oficiální stránky, Samuel Paučo, Miro Polach, Zbynek Sedlecky, Pavel Šmid
SŁOWACJA
Jana Farmanová artist, Silvia Krivošíková, Mária Machatová, Miroir Noir (Miloš Kopták and Rai Escalé), Rastislav Podoba, Adam Šakový, Veronika Šramatyová, Jan Triaska