ELECTRONIC IMPRESSIONS OF WILSON
Jozef Wilkoń has been practicing visual art with great success for almost sixty years. The painter, sculptor, stage designer and illustrator ranked among the most outstanding Polish artists with his talent and diligence. In the 1950s. Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow, doing his diploma in the studio of Adam Marczyński. At the same time, he studied art history at the Jagiellonian University, thus obtaining a thorough theoretical preparation for activities in the field of art.
Jozef Wikonia's works can be seen, among others. In Japanese museums and many private collections. His body of work includes dozens of group exhibitions and more than 70 solo exhibitions, including: Gallery in der Biberstrasse (Vienna, 1964), MAG Gallery (Zurich, 1980), Centre Pompidou (Paris, 1989), Museum of Illustration in Troisdorf (Berlin, 2000), Museum of Illustration (Toyama, Oshima 2001), Zachęta National Art Gallery (Warsaw,2006/2007).
Among the many awards, the Deutsche Jugendbuchpreiss (1966), or the Japanese Owl Prize (1984), which is awarded by a children's and adult jury, hold a special place. The artist has also received many prizes at international gatherings, including the Prize of Honor in the competition for the illustration of Don Quixote in Buenos Aires (1965), the Gold Medal and the Prize of Honor at the BIB in Bratislava (1969, 1973), Premio Grafico in Bologna (1974, 1991), Andersen Premio in Geneva (1998)., France, Vezelay (2016).
The artist is eager to experiment. Recently, not stopping his search for new means of expression, he began creating digital images that also illustrate his own texts. Not content with book illustrations, he created a series of electronic abstractions that delight in form
and color carrying the author's emotions and thoughts in the layer of meaning.
The Dolphin Gallery is an important place on the cultural map of the capital. Established in 1999 in Warsaw's Powiśle district, the gallery has hosted more than 100 exhibitions of outstanding artists from Poland and abroad, mainly in the fields of painting, graphics and sculpture. Since its inception, it has been a place where the world of art met the world of business; in a good and friendly atmosphere.
The gallery was founded and run by Delfina Krasicka together with Anna Trochim. In 2012, Delfina passed away. She has remained in our memory as a great artist, a charismatic friend and a close, for many people, person. The gallery was founded on her initiative, so it is resuming its activities while becoming a place to commemorate her works. This is the only such a large permanent exhibition of Delfina Krasicka's textiles and artistic embroideries in Warsaw.
We invite you especially, because in the Gallery you can not only contemplate art, but also purchase many of the works on display. The gallery is also a venue for commercial events, including openings, presentations or closed meetings of the art and business world.
Limited Edition Art Gallery is an online gallery of contemporary art bringing together leading representatives of the Polish and international art scene. The gallery offers works by the masters of painting, Pablo Picasso, Paul Klee, Salvador Dali, Marc Chagal, Joan Miró; native classics Jozef Wilkoń, Roslaw Szaybo, Janusz Stanny; as well as young artists with an established position in Poland and around the world, among others. Marcin Ryczek, Szymon Brodziak, Dominik Jasinski.
The gallery's mission is to promote carefully selected works - paintings, prints and collectible photography - in line with the latest art market trends and modern technologies. It was one of the first in Poland to undertake the organization of completely virtual exhibitions - combining professional facilities with universal accessibility.
Electronic Impressions of Wilkoń," an exhibition of digital prints by Józef Wilkoń
December 7, 2016 - January 5, 2017
Limited Edition Gallery
Gallery page: http://limitededition.pl/
Street. Smulikowskiego 10/2
Gallery page: http://www.galeriadelfiny.eu/
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