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Maria Jagłowska, Monika Zadurska-Bielak, Tomasz Bielak | FOUR LE

current exhibition

FOUR LEGS GOOD TWO LEGS BAD?/ Maria Jagłowska,Monika Zadurska-Bielak,Tomasz Bielak

Artists: Maria Jagłowska, Monika Zadurska-Bielak, Tomasz Bielak

Place: Galeria 101 Projekt

Date: 07.07 - 17.07.2020

Maria Jagłowska - a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where in 2018 she defended her diploma with a specialization in artistic fabric. Participant of individual and collective exhibitions. Finalist of the Young Art Review "Fresh Blood" 2018, the Young Art Review "Promotions" 2018, the Siemens Art Award 2019, and the 1st Triennial of Student Painting 2019 BWA RZESZÓW. "In my works I draw most inspiration from nature, the world around me and is the main subject of my paintings. Vivid colors, playing with lines, constructing banal, floral motifs, distorted animal forms, that appear in my paintings, are a return to childhood, carefree scribbles, mindless lines, hitting with color spots, simply having fun, thanks to that the world around me temporarily ceases to exist and makes me feel free."

Monika Zadurska-Bielak - a graduate of the Faculty of Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk in the studio of prof. Franciszek Duszeńka. She lives and works in Lublin. She works in sculpture and runs ceramics and art workshops. Monika Zadurska-Bielak creates artistic and functional forms. In 2011 she founded her own studio (Potok Pracownia Plastyczna), where she organizes pottery and art workshops for children and adults. Since 2012 she has specialized in silicone casting technology, which she uses to create realistic figures. She made elements of scenography for exhibitions in many museums in Poland, including in Warsaw, Lublin and Białystok.

Tomasz Bielak was born in Lublin in 1967. In 1994 he obtained a diploma from the Gdańsk Academy of Fine Arts at the Faculty of Painting and Graphics. He made installations, press graphics, large-format murals, as well as sculpture and painting. In all these areas, apart from the workshop, the most important thing for him is the message of the work, the message it contains. Professing the principle "if you have nothing to say - keep silent (do not create)", he rejects the purely aesthetic nature of art, and thus understands his individual development and involvement in cultural and social life as UNITY. He has shown his works at many collective and individual exhibitions in Poland and abroad. Currently, after 20 years of living in Gdańsk, he lives and works in his hometown of Lublin.