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Tomasz Sobecki (born 1952 in Toruń, Poland), has been an active fine art photographer since 1981. He has had many exhibitions in prestigious Polish art and photography galleries. He has had numerous individual exhibitions abroad in European countries (England, Switzerland, Finland) and United States, participation in international collective exhibitions in Belgium, Germany and Japan. He is the Polish art representative in Caracas, Venezuela.
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He invited to an “art dialogue” as a part of the Franciszek Starowieyski “Face” series. (“Arsenal Gallery” in Toruń, 2002).
Participation in Polish and international symposia of photographers and designers.
The originator and co-organizer of commercial publications contest – “Idea” (1996 – 2000). Works in collections of Art Museum of Łódź, District Museum of Toruń, private and public collections in Poland and abroad. Organizer and curator of the “European Design Annual 1999” exhibition. He has also taught a course in IIT Hyderabad.
Jan Michał, 6th Chevalier de Weryha-Wysoczański-Pietrusiewicz, known as Jan de Weryha-Wysoczański, is a Polish sculptor and Concrete artist. He was born in Gdańsk. From 1971 to 1976 he studied sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. Since 1981, he has been living and working in Hamburg. In 1998, he won the 1st prize, the Prix du Jury, awarded by the Ministry of Culture of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg at the 'Salon de Printemps 98', Luxembourg. In 1999, he created a monument in memory of the deportees of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising for the memorial to the victims of the Neuengamme Nazi concentration camp at Hamburg, in 2012 a memorial for the Nazi forced labourers in Hamburg-Bergedorf. He was represented by Galerie Kellermann in Düsseldorf.
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