Michał Piotrkowicz (1985) -

 

Painter and art conservator, graduated from the Department of Conservation and Restoration of Works  of Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, with its adjoining wing in Artistic Painting.

 

Author and participant in many exhibitions in Poland and overseas, including an individual exhibition   at the General Consulate of the Republic of Poland in New York.

His works have also been exhibited at the New York Headquarters of the Kosciuszko Foundation, at the Metropolitan Art Museum in Tokyo and at the historic Sloper-Wesoly House in New Britain, Connecticut.

 

Piotrkowicz’s work often relates closely to religious and historical symbolism. It represents a personal dialogue with the surrounding socio-political phenomena, fluctuating towards the engaged art,               he is not afraid to pose awkward questions, often challenging the existence of the boundaries between  the sacred and the profane.

 

Piotrkowicz freely combines painting techniques with graphics – enriching his art work with the use of precious and semi-precious metal gildings, thus creating a multi-dimensional effect.

 

Michał Piotrkowicz (1985) -

 

Painter and art conservator, graduated from the Department of Conservation and Restoration of Works  of Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, with its adjoining wing in Artistic Painting.

 

Author and participant in many exhibitions in Poland and overseas, including an individual exhibition   at the General Consulate of the Republic of Poland in New York.

His works have also been exhibited at the New York Headquarters of the Kosciuszko Foundation, at the Metropolitan Art Museum in Tokyo and at the historic Sloper-Wesoly House in New Britain, Connecticut.

 

Piotrkowicz’s work often relates closely to religious and historical symbolism. It represents a personal dialogue with the surrounding socio-political phenomena, fluctuating towards the engaged art,               he is not afraid to pose awkward questions, often challenging the existence of the boundaries between  the sacred and the profane.

 

Piotrkowicz freely combines painting techniques with graphics – enriching his art work with the use of precious and semi-precious metal gildings, thus creating a multi-dimensional effect.

 

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