For this year’s edition of the Warsaw Gallery Weekend, we have prepared an individual exhibition of Marcin Maciejowski, a distinguished painter who recovers Raphael’s ‘Portrait of a Young Man’, stolen by the Nazis, but he also polemicizes with the conservative, statist model of ‘national heritage and sport’ which now forms part of Poland’s ministry of culture.
Fulfilling the long-held dream of a garden in the gallery, we invite visitors to a meadow where wildflowers mingle with weeds, day with night, art with the memory of art. At the exhibition can be seen works by Michał Budny, Oskar Dawicki, Edward Dwurnik, Milena Korolczuk, Przemysław Kwiek, Marcin Maciejowski, Przemysław Matecki, Bartek Materka, Cyryl Polaczek, Zbigniew Rogalski, Łukasz Rusznica, Maria Szkop.
warsaw gallery weekend 2018
The post-romantic figure of the drunken artist is fading into the past, leaving behind a landscape littered with hallucinations, depravity, and shattered illusions. This is the story of the intimate ties between contemporary art and vodka. Conceived as a medley of artworks and documentary content, the exhibition features Krzysztof M. Bednarski, Olaf Brzeski, Michał Budny, Rafał Bujnowski, Oskar Dawicki, Edward Dwurnik, Władysław Hasior, Jerzy Lewczyński, Honorata Martin, Dominika Olszowy, Zbigniew Rogalski, Wilhelm Sasnal, and others.
An extensive exhibition in Deichtorhallen Hamburg is dedicated to the overwhelming spectrum of modern and contemporary artists’ perspectives on Picasso. Among almost 200 works on loan, there are also three paintings by Marcin Maciejowski.
This exhibition of Marcin Maciejowski’s latest work is a mature and sophisticated painterly study of compositions – of how combinations of forms, colors, people, situations, and behavior enter into mutual relationships and generate the content of a life.