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Tomasz Lubaszka (born May 4, 1961 in Lubliniec) is a Polish painter.He graduated from high school in Lubliniec where he attended a class with extended curriculum in humanities. From 1980 to 1984 Tomasz Lubaszka was studying in Jan Długosz University in Częstochowa at the Artistic Education Institute. The defense of his diploma in painting took place in professor Wincent Maszkowski's studio in 1985. During the period from 1984 to 1986 he worked at his alma mater as an intern-assistant.
Silesian Voivodeship, or Silesia Province is a voivodeship, or province, in southern Poland, centered on the historic region known as Upper Silesia, with Katowice serving as its capital.
Bielsko-Biała(listen) is a city in southern Poland, in the historical province of Silesia, with a population of approximately 170,663 and an area of 124.5 km2 (48.1 sq mi). The city is a centre of the Bielsko Urban Agglomeration with 325,000 inhabitants and is an automotive, transport, and tourism hub of the Bielsko Industrial Region. Situated north of the Beskid Mountains, Bielsko-Biała is composed of two former towns which merged in 1951 – Bielsko in the west and Biała in the east – on opposite banks of the Biała River that once divided Silesia and Lesser Poland. Between 1975 and 1998, the city was the seat of Bielsko Voivodeship and currently lies within the Silesian Voivodeship.
David Černý is a Czech sculptor. His works can be mainly seen in many locations in Prague.
Stefan Gierowski is a Polish painter and an avant garde artist of post-war Poland.
Gdynia Główna railway station is the main railway station serving the city of Gdynia, in the Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland. The station opened in 1921 and is located on the Nowa Wieś Wielka–Gdynia Port railway, Gdańsk–Stargard railway and the parallel Gdańsk Śródmieście–Rumia railway. Trains are operated by PKP, Przewozy Regionalne and SKM Tricity.
The Bielsko-Biała Museum, also known as the Castle of the Sułkowski Princes is a museum for the city of Bielsko-Biała, Poland located in the historical Bielsko Castle. Three local branches of the museum have been established since the 1970s: the Julian Fałat Museum, the Museum of Technology and Textile Industry, and the Weaver's House Museum.
Eugeniusz Molski is a contemporary Polish artist, painter and sculptor. Attended a State Fine Arts College in Nałęczów and a State Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław where he obtained his diploma in 1969. He specializes in architectural painting and ceramics. Since 1969 he has been employed at the Fine Arts College in Nowy Wiśnicz. He does mural and easel painting as well as ceramics and sculpture.
Roman Zakrzewski was a Polish painter. A graduate of artistic high school in Bielsko-Biała and Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow. He graduated diploma of Jerzy Nowosielski studio (1985). The main subject of Zakrzewski's paintings is a woman portrait which refer to classical values. Exhibition of his works have been presented in Bielsko-Biała, Kraków, Rzeszów, Warsaw, United States. He was living and working in Kraków.
Jacek Sempoliński was a Polish painter, draftsman, art professor, critic, and essayist.
Anastasia Markovich is a Ukrainian painter. Anastasiya Markovich lives and works in Chernivtsi in the south-west of Ukraine where she grew up. Markovich is known for several exhibitions in- and outside of the Ukraine and publications in several art magazines and the art book “Світ Левкасу”.
Tomasz Jerzy Vetulani is a Polish painter, drawer and sculptor. Born and educated in Kraków, he moved to Utrecht in 1991, and he has been active there since, holding also a citizenship of the Netherlands. In his works, using among others silicone and sponge, he includes both personal references and comments on current political and social issues.
Piotr Janas is a Polish artist. He has had solo gallery exhibitions in Berlin, Warsaw and San Francisco. In 2006, he was included in the group show Infinite Painting: Contemporary Painting and Global Realism, curated by Franceco Bonami at the Villa Manin Centro d’Arte Contemporanea as well as Polish Painting of the 21st Century at the National Gallery of Art in Warsaw and the 50th International Venice Bienniale in 2003. He currently lives and works in Warsaw, Poland.
Jerzy Bereś was a Polish sculptor, author and performance artist.
Anna Ziaja is a Polish contemporary painter and print maker.
Magda Bielesz – painter, author of installations, objects, drawings, videos.
Joanna Zastróżna is a Polish photographer and filmmaker. She graduated in 1997 from the Arts Academy (ASP) in Gdańsk. Zastróżna resides in Sopot and in Sidi Ifni.
Dr. hab. Józef Grabski is a Polish art historian, director of the Institute for Art Historical Research IRSA since its founding in 1979, publisher and editor-in-chief of Artibus et Historiae.
Marek Kijewski and Małgorzata Malinowska, Polish artists, were cooperating since 1996 as Kijewski/Kocur duo in Warsaw, Poland. They often worked in the studios of the Centre of Polish Sculpture until the artist's death in 2007. Their works, in Polish art, was inspired by pop art and it showed the most distinct example of using pop art in the era of post-modernist experiments and reactions to the new reality and new economic-cultural situation that was forming in Poland in the early '90s.
Jakub Ciężki was born in 1979 in Lublin, Poland. He graduated from the Faculty of Arts at the Maria Skłodowska-Curie University in Lublin, in 2003; He was granted an honors degree in the painting atelier of Prof. Jacek Wojciechowski. Ciężki is a painter, fascinated with street furniture along with realistic abstractions. He is attracted by the industrial landscape.
Lech Polcyn is a Polish graphic artist, photographer and painter, professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków.