AZ ART Warsaw
AZ ART from Warsaw, Poland, a group of art merchants and consultants with worldwide partnerships, is presenting two remarkable artists at the Zurich Art Fair: Marek Sulek and Dobiesław Gala.
AZ ART has organised exhibitions of contemporary Polish artists such as Wojciech Siudmak, Józef Wilkoń, Adam Bakalarz, Anna Wysocka, Aleksandra Prusinowska, Tomasz Sętowski, The Krasnals, Justyna Grzebieniowska, Paulina Domagalska, Bartek Stypka and Mark Gray.
The "Laboratorium Rzeźby" (Sculpture Laboratory), the largest Polish sculpture exhibition, has been held three times. Each edition presents between 100 and 160 works by a few dozen artists; the list of artists participating in the last edition is as follows: Stanisław Babik, Bartosz Banasik, Zbigniew Blajerski, Katarzyna Bułka-Matłacz, Mariusz Dydo, Mirosław Gołofit, Jan Gostyński, Zuzanna Grochowska, Tomasz Górnicki, Małgorzata Jabłońska, Maciej Januszewski, Jerzy Kędziora, Tomasz Koclęga, Monika Katarzyna Koprowska, Dorota Koziara, Bartosz Ługowski, Natalia Magalska, Konrad Makowski, Dagmara Malinowska, Alicja Motyka, Klaudia Nachumeniuk, Marika Nowak, Michał Puszczyński, Tomasz Radziewicz, Alicja Sidorowicz, Mateusz Sikora, Weronika Surma, Arkadiusz Szwed, Bartosz Śnieciński, Patrycja Załucka and Marek Zyga.
Other highlights included sculpture exhibitions by Rafał Olbiński and Zdzisław Beksiński, a photography exhibition by Kalua K. Krynska, and an exhibition by Jurek Owsiak (art collector and founder of the Orkiestra Świątecznej Pomocy Foundation).
The most important exhibitions organised by AZ ART in the Sułek Art Space in 2023 were exhibitions with the Centrum Praskie Koneser, Warsaw, and artists Marta Bystroń, Praskie Aniołki, Bożena Wiślicka and Piotr Piecko.
The latest project is an exhibition dedicated to Wojciech Fangor - the well-known Polish artist whose work is exhibited at the Guggenheim Museum in New York.
Marek Sułek (born 1963 in Tarnów) is a Polish multidisciplinary artist. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and the Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam.
He was a lecturer at the European Academy of Photography in Warsaw. Since completing his studies, Marek Sułek has been active in the European art scene, creating projects such as the cycle 'The Spheres of Unreal Reality' and 'Destruction=Creation'. His works have been exhibited in the urban spaces of Amsterdam, Brussels, Berlin, Antwerp, The Hague, Sarajevo and a number of Polish cities - Krakow, Gdansk, Toruñ, Warsaw.
Sułek is the creator of a concept called 'Extraordinary Warsaw', which consists of a number of urban projects such as the floating sculpture Paper Boat, Disposable Sculpture - Mariensztat, The Pink Tree near the Palace of Culture in Warsaw, Red on Grey - De Gaulle Roundabout and the sculpture of a little refugee near the UN roundabout. Marek Sułek was twice nominated to represent Warsaw at the World Expositions - Expo 2000 in Hanover and Expo 2015 in Milan. In New York City, the artist realised a significant sculpture in the central part of the city - The Piece of Sky over Manhattan, created in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture, the Institute of Polish Culture and the New York City. The Irish Saint Patrick Foundation awarded him a grant to create the project for the New Children's Hospital in Warsaw (an installation of 200 sculptures). In 2018 he received an official grant from the City of Warsaw.
Dobiesław Gala (born 1975 in Ostrowiec Świękrzyski) is a sculptor, Doctor of Fine Arts, Assistant Professor at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow and Vice-Dean of the Sculpture Faculty.
He was awarded a scholarship to the Academy of Fine Arts in Nuremberg, where he worked under the guidance of the famous British sculptor Tim Scott. He was also awarded a scholarship by the Minister of Culture of the Republic of Poland. He received his diploma in 2000 in the studio of Professor Marian Konieczny. He was awarded the Grand Prize at the 10th Triennial of Polish Contemporary Drawing and has received numerous prestigious awards for his artistic work. His work has been shown in over 90 individual and group exhibitions.
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