Wiesław Skibiński, Polish Horse, Etching on paper, 2008.  Image courtesy of the Jan Fejkiel Gallery, Crakow, Poland and the artist.

International Focus Series: IV. Visible / Invisible. Print of the XXI Century. Jan Fejkiel Gallery Collection

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Friday, November 2, 2012
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Main Gallery

International Focus Series: 21 Sztuka I-V:  Contemporary Art of Poland

IV. Visible / Invisible. Print of the XXI Century. Jan Fejkiel Gallery Collection

The Jan Fejkiel Gallery Exhibition is the fourth of five exhibitions in the International Focus Series I-V: 21 Szutka: Contemporary Art of Poland. Instead of one long exhibition, this year’s international focus will present a series of five shows presenting a multilayered viewpoint of the different aspects of contemporary Polish art from photography, painting, installation, graphic arts to fashion from July 2012 to June 2013.

The Jan Fejkiel Gallery, located in Cracow, Poland, was founded in 1991 by an art historian and is a contemporary art gallery specializing in print and drawing. The gallery owners, Jan Fejkiel and Maria Fuksa, are collaborating with the Turchin Center, and the artists that they represent, to present an exhibition of contemporary graphics focusing on a variety of trends and movements. This exhibition will feature twenty-four contemporary artists who include: Agnieszka Berezowska, Zbigniew Biel, Zbigniew Bielawka, Kacper Bożek, Marta Bożyk, Agnieszka Dobosz, Jerzy Jędrysiak, Małgorzata Józefowicz, Malwina Małgorzata Niespodziewana, Ewelina Małysa, Monika Niwelińska, Henryk Ożóg, Władysław Pluta, Anna Sadowska, Wiesław Skibiński, Krzysztof Skórczewski, Anna Sobol-Wejman, Jacek Sroka, Marcin Surzycki, Krzysztof Tomalski, Justyna Warchala, Stanisław Wejman, Tomasz Winiarski, and Katarzyna Wojdyła.

The Jan Fejkiel Gallery has organized a number of individual and group exhibitions in Poland and abroad: Jan Fejkiel Gallery Collection, Stockholm,1991; The Ironic Portrait, Cracow, Kielce, Amersfoort, Bergisch Gladbach,1993/1994; Stone, Metal, Wood, Computer: Four Elements of Contemporary Polish Graphic Art, Cracow,1994; Poetes Francais - Graveurs Polonais, St. Nazaire, Cracow, 1994/1999; The Element & The Method. The New Graphic Art From Cracow, Liege, Cracow, 1996/1997; Cracow's Prints, The Society for Arts Chicago, USA, 2001; Mondo cane, Cracow, 2001/2002; Beyond the passe-partout. New spaces in print, Cracow, 2006; and Shaping the Gallery, Cracow, 2012.

To view installation images of the project visit our Installation Album on Flickr.

Learn about the other exhibitions in this series of exhibitions by visiting the Exhibition Overview.

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