POLSKA LINIA

Exhibition

Saturday 2 April, 11:00 am — Sunday 1 May 2016

Művészetek Háza – Csikász Galéria Veszprém, Vár u. 17.

POLSKA LINIA

Exhibition of four young polish artists in Arthouse Csikász Gallery Veszprém

Opening at Saturday, April 2nd, 2016 at 11 AM

Arthouse – Csikász Gallery Veszprém, Vár str. 17.

 

Welcoming speech by:

László Hegyeshalmi director of Arthouse Veszprém

Gyula Porga mayor of the city of Veszprém

Katarzyna Sítko director of the Polish Institute in Budapest

 

Inaugural speech by:

István Haász artist, curator of the exhibition

 

The exhibition can be visited between April 2 2016 – May 1 2016.

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Łukasz Leszczyński

Born in 1981 in Radzyn Podlaski. Graduate the Academy of Fine Arts Strzeminski in Lodz in the departments of Graphic Arts and Painting (2006) and Visual Education (2009). In 2000 Scholarship Ministry of Culture and Arts. Since 2011 Open Air Workshop participant. Lives and works in Lodz.

Anna Szprynger 

Born in Warsaw in 1982. She studied graphic arts and painting at the College of Fine Arts in Kazimierz Dolny and at the Maria Curie Skłodowska University in Lublin (Prof. Tomasz Zawadzki and Grzegorz Dobiesław Mazurek). In 2014, she received her doctorate degree at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, under the direction of Prof. Dorota Grynczel. She has 15 individual exhibitions to her name, including at National Museum in Gdansk (2014), Galeria EL in Elbląg (2014), the State Art Gallery in Sopot (2012) and at Galeria XXI in Warsaw (2008). In 2013, she won the Prix Marin at the Salon Réalités Nouvelles in Paris, and won the Arteon Award for 2014.

Michał Misiak

Born in Tarnów in 1973. Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow. In 1999 he was awarded a diploma of graduation with honors (Prof. Stanisław Rodziński; Prof. Zbigniew Lutomski). Since 2000 he is teaching at Department of Interior Design, Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow. His artworks are founded in Polish Sculpture Center – Oronsko, Contemporary Art Center “Elektrownia”, Radom, Collection of International Print Triennial in Cracow, Museum Lubaczow, Polish Contemporary Art Museum, Radom and in private. Participated in more than 100 group exhibitions.

Olga Ząbroń

Born in 1985 in Cracow. Graduated from the Department of Painting Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow under Prof. Leszek Misiak. Between 2011 and 2014 she accomplished her doctoral studies in the fields of painting. 2008-2009 scholarship at the Academy of Fine Arts in Athens. Participated in more than 30 Polish and foreign exhibitions. Her works can be found in Poland, in the collection of Mazowieckie Zentrum and “Elektrownia” Contemporary Art Central and in private collections.