Michał Piotrkowicz (1985) -
Painter and restorer. He graduated with a diploma from the Faculty of Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw with an annex in artistic painting. Author and participant of numerous exhibitions
in Poland and abroad - including an individual exhibition at the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in New York.
His works were also presented, among others, in the New York headquarters of the Kościuszko Foundation,
at the Metropolitan Art Museum in Tokyo or the historic Sloper-Wesoly House
in New Britain, Connecticut.
Michał's work often refers to religious and historical symbolism. It is a form of dialogue
with the surrounding socio-political phenomena. Oscillating towards engaged art,
is not afraid to ask uncomfortable questions - often questioning the existence of boundaries between the sacred,
The artist freely combines painting and drawing techniques, enriching his paintings and graphics
gilding techniques using precious and semi-precious metal flakes, thus creating a unique impression of multidimensionality.