Friday, June 19, 2015

Poland: Solace / Wyciszenie June 11 - July 31, 2015

Exhibiting in Poland for the first time at the Kasia Michalski Gallery, Jurek Wajdowicz presents "Solace / Wyciszenie" a collection of large scale, abstract photographs which bring to mind a vision of an urban environment seen from a distance; dazzling with light and color, vibrating in constant, yet imperceptible movement. These contemplative, minimalist images float somewhere on the edge of abstraction and reality inspiring an atmosphere of tranquility, inviting the viewer to meditate and question what they are looking at. Wajdowicz's fine art photographic book "Liminal Spaces_Fotografie 75" was published in Fall 2013 by Lars Müller Publishers. 

Kasia Michalski Gallery
ul. Poznańska 16
00-680 Warszawa, PL

Jurek Wajdowicz lives and works in New York City. Together with Lisa LaRochelle, he is principal of the award-winning design firm Emerson, Wajdowicz Studios (EWS). EWS works with international humanitarian organizations and prestigious non-profit institutions around the world such as the Arcus Foundation, the Guttmacher Institute, Magnum Photos, Médecins Sans Frontières, the Rockefeller Foundation The UN Population Fund and UNICEF.

Jurek Wajdowicz is acknowledged as one of the leading graphic designers internationally known for his photojournalistic creative approach to design. Recently, in the 50th Anniversary Survey of the Graphic Design: USA magazine, Wajdowicz was selected among the “Most Influential Graphic Designers of the Past 50 Years”.

Jurek Wajdowicz’s art photography and design work is included in the permanent collections of the United States Library of Congress, the National September 11 Memorial & Museum (USA), the United Nations (Geneva and New York), the Poster Museum in Wilanow (Poland), Arcus Foundation (New York), the Musée des Arts Décoratifs (Switzerland), American Institute of Graphic Arts (New York), Muzeum Sztuki in Lodz (Poland), the Rockefeller Foundation (New York) and the Hamburg’s Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe (Germany), as well as in the private collections in the USA, Germany and Poland.


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