June 30, 2012

ARTADVISOR | Zbysław Marek Maciejewski

Zbysław Marek Maciejewski studied painting in Wacław Taranczewski’s workshop in the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. A few years later, as a fully-educated painter, he started leading his own workshop in the same Academy.

Speaking of his artistic way, Maciejewski’s lifetime could be divided into two parts, considering the changes in his artistic expression.

Zbysław Maciejewski | Untitled | drawing on paper

The first period is characteristic for the author’s evident fascination with his own personality and sexuality, but also with his own ironic point of view about the world and people in general. Maciejewski was very witty and had a cruel sense of humor, sometimes up to the point of being sarcastic. He didn’t like unintelligent women, and he made fun of them and mocked at them in his works. That’s easily noticeable in his drawings. At the same time, he adored smart women – those who knew how to face his talent and intellect. That being said, the truth was that, most of all, Maciejewski loved men. They were his main fascination and inspiration and a dominant subject of his paintings and drawings.

June 14, 2012

Marina Krasnopolska's photo-installations | Bulwary Sztuki Foundation & Mostowa Artcafe

Marian Gołogórski and Bulwary Sztuki Foundation would like to invite you for the vernissage of Marina Krasnopolska's photo-installations exhibition. The vernissage will take place on June 16th 2012, at 7 p.m. in Mostowa Artcafe in Krakow.

Adres | Address:

Mostowa Artcafe
ul. Mostowa 8
31-061 Kraków
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