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Circuit information VIII - 2005 - Gesso, wires 76,2x58,42

Mystery inscribed into a journey of the line, delicately transposed onto a light white paper,
marked as if in a fossil traces of the form. Artistic record of the knowledge of the cosmic order of nature, unyielding logic of the thought and the occurrence. Inscribing man and matters important to him, including creative processes, into an unidentified sequence, an element of which, a small link, is in fact our whole existence. Awareness that we are dealing with phenomena, events unstabling and amorphous, hiding a secret formal structure and holding the reins of the inaccessible. They are substiuted by varying pulse, intuition, an indirect suggestion.
BFA & MFA Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow, Poland
MFA Graduate School of Visual Arts, New York

2005 "Gologorski Gallery", Cracow, Poland
2004 "Second Language", William Tower Gallery, Houston, Texas
2003 "Confrontations 2003", Modern Art Gallery, Los Angeles
1992 "PAAS" - Gallery, New York
1991 "The American Hospital of Paris", French Designer Show House, New York
"Zacheta" National Gallery, Warsaw
"Moderne et Conterporaire", Paris
1990 "Museum of Modern Art", Buenos Aires
1987 "Social Terrorism" Blue Gallery, Boston
"O.K. Harris" Gallery, New York
"Contemporary Portraits From Northeast", New Haven
1985 "Micro Wave" Now Gallery, New York
"The International Drawing Competition", Section Yomuri Shimbun, Tokyo
"The Germanow Art Gallery", Jewish Community Center
"Current Vision a Contemporary Survey", Rochester
1984 "Fashion Moda" Real Politik, New York
35 Grand Prix Internationale de Pinture de Deaville, France
"Soho Center for Visual Artist", New York
"Galerie Rene Borel", Paris
1983 "Selections 22", "Drawing Center", New York
1981 "MCK Gallery", Cracow, Poland
"Drawing Biennale", Katowice, Poland
1975 "VI Symposium of Creative Circles", Poland

Sarah Kaltman, "House Beautiful", June 1992
Sarah Kaltman, "House Beautiful", February 1992
"Arte Al Dia-Internation", Argentina, May 1991
Emma Martire, "Buenos Aires Time", August 1990
Les Krantz, "The New York Art Review", 1988
William Zimmer, "The New York Times", Sunday, May 24 1987
Christopher Arnott, "Independent", May 7 1987
Shirley Gonzales, "New Haven Register", Sunday, April 19 1987
"Village Voice", June 15 1985
Susan Mulcahy, "New York Post", April 16 1985
Rita Fuchsberg, "Art Speaks", April 16 1985
Robert Morgan, "Art Democrat and Chronicle", January 13 1985
"Village Voice", November 5 1984
Vivien Raynor, "New York Times", September 30 1983

Art work in private collections in United States, Canada, France, Germany and Poland