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Mariusz Woszczyński


1965, Warszawa

He graduated from the Secondary School of Fine Arts in Warsaw. In the years 1985-1990 he studied at the Faculty of Painting of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. He received his diploma in the studio of prof. Rajmund Ziemski, with an annex from workshop graphics at associate prof. Rafał Strent. In the years 1990-1994 he was an assistant in the painting studio of prof. Teresa Pągowska, followed by a painting studio, three drawing studios and a sculpture studio at the Faculty of Graphics. Since 1996 he has been working at the Faculty of Sculpture, initially in the drawing studios of prof. Zofia Glazer and prof. Jacek Sienicki, and since 2005 he has been running a drawing and painting studio. Professor of fine arts (2015). In the years 2012-2015 he ran a painting and drawing studio at the Art Department of the Academy of Special Education in Warsaw. He practices painting, drawing and graphics. He continued his studies abroad at Ecole d'Art in Marseille (1992-1993, French government scholarship), Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf (1994-1996, Tempus and DAAD Foundation scholarship) and at the La Cambre Academy of Fine Arts and the Free RhoK School in Brussels (1998, internship by the Belgian government). He took part in group exhibitions in Poland and abroad (Luxembourg, Germany, USA, Belgium, Czech Republic, Hungary, Denmark, Switzerland, Ireland, France, Italy, Finland, Lithuania, Great Britain, Slovakia). Individual exhibitions in Poland (including: Dziekanka Gallery, Promotion Gallery, Piotr Nowicki Gallery, Critics Gallery Show, Kordegarda Gallery in Warsaw, Kresów Museum in Lubaczów, Kasztel in Szymbark, Mała Galeria in Nowy Sącz, Strug Gallery in Zakopane) and in Chile, France and Germany. Awards: Grand Concours Internationale de Peinture, Musee 2000, Luxembourg (1990), 1st prize in the "Warsaw Graphics of the Month" competition (November 1994), distinction in the XXXIII National Painting Competition "Bielska Jesień", Bielsko-Biała (1997), 1st prize in the drawing competition of the Association of Polish Artists and Designers, Warsaw (1997), award of the "Exit" quarterly, Warsaw (2006). In 2004, he was awarded the 100th anniversary medal of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, and in 2006 and 2019 the Rector's Award. His works bear the features of the expressive painting of the 1980s. The genre scenes with characters are carried out in a free brush stroke on light backgrounds. The line meets the stain in them. In landscapes, the author avoids a convergent perspective, and plays the spatial relations in backstage or zonal compositions. The latter variant is represented by views from the South, whose Mediterranean character is emphasized, in addition to vivid color accents, by elements of nature such as palm trees or ancient architecture. In the 2000s, he realized a landscape series of paintings and drawings describing places historically associated with the Borderlands of the Republic of Poland.

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