bio

Born 1993 in Cracow. In 2019 graduated Jan Matejko Fine Arts Academy in Cracow with a Master’s degree, under the guidance of Andrzej Bednarczyk. Currently living and working in Cracow, Poland.

Solo exhibitions:
2020 – “By mail today eleven thoughts, six of them were about love”, Serce Człowieka, Warsaw.
2019 – “Night diary” JEST Galeria, Wrocław.

Duo exhibitions:
2020 – with Filip Rybkowski, “Balsam”, Krupa Gallery, Wroclaw

2020 – with Zuzanna Bartoszek, ”We paint what ghosts and angels tell us to”, Serce Człowieka, Warsaw.

Group exhibitions:
2020 – “Will you still love me, magically?” Cyrki, Kraków
2020 – “The trouble with double”, Mozilla Hubs, VR exhibition.
2020 – “Not cancelled art”, Treat Agency, Warszawa
2020 – “Exhibition for Your Apartment”, Dawid Radziszewski Gallery, Warszawa
2019 – “Fiks” Wolne Pokoje, Fundacja Artystów Kolonia Teraz, Gdańsk ul. Długi Targ, Poznań
2019 – “Krakowski Salon Sztuki” Pałac Sztuki, Cracow.
2019 – “44. Biennale Malarstwa Bielska Jesień 2019” Galeria Bielska BWA. Bielsko-Biała.
2019 – “Na ulicach nie ma nikogo” Tytano, Cracow.
2019 – “ArtUp – Wystawa wybranych dyplomów ASP”, Galeria Bronowice, Cracow.
2019 – Lasciate ogni pensiero voi ch’entrate, ul. Konfederacka, Cracow.
2019 – Prace domowe, Wykwit, Wroclaw.
2019 – Honey, as long as you’re happy, i’m happy, Galeria Bronowice, Cracow,
2019 – Miłości się cruschą, Raz na zawsze, Cracow Gallery Weekend, Cracow,
2019 – Na wyciągniecie ręki, ul. Konfederacka, Cracow Gallery Weekend, Cracow.
2019 – Puzzle, Synagogue, Zalaegerszeg, Hungary.
2018 – Jak mi się nudzi wysyłam siebie w przyszłość, Ślusarska 9, Cracow.
2018 – Art occupy – Kraków, Gallery Sektor1, Jaworzno.
2018 – Optyka trzeciego oka, Telos, Cracow.
2018 – No Problem, Galeria Potencja, ul. Józefińska, Cracow.
2017 – bóg/honor/rozpierdol, ul. Sarego 24/5, Cracow.
2016 – DeKaThLoN, gallery #404, ul. Stradomska 27/7, Cracow,
2016 – Boring, Skład Długa, Cracow.

Statement:

On a large cake platter there are star-shaped chocolates. They’ve reduced their volume a little bit. I think they evaporated and were eaten together with oxygen. I like to imagine that the usual situations I see every day are part of something bigger. Some kind of set design for a series or a documentary. Scorching dishes, cosmetic on a sticker, pasta for a friend, a dog with a warm look. I imagine the best shots with them. I write, draw, fold my canvases, paint I connect with people I love or fear. I combine them with other scenes, or I make up dialogues. In fact, my dream is to make films. For now, I’m painting pictures, but one day I’m going to record them.