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Michał Martychowiec lecture "What is for today means to be" classic ?"

On Monday, February 1 at 14.00 at White Hall of Russian Institute for Art History was be held fourth seminar of the series “Russian and world art history: the history and prospects for cooperation.” During the seminar, Michał Martychowiec present us with a lecture, “What is for today means to be” classic ?”.

Michał Martychowiec (b. 1987, Lublin) – an artist, a specialist in the field of visual arts (movies, photography, graphics, multimedia and sound installations). In 2011 he received a master’s degree with honors in London’ Central St. Martins college of art & design.

His artistic manner inspired by classical and ancient art, as well as the Far East philosophy and aesthetics. His recent installations demonstrate his interest in the tradition of conceptual art of the twentieth century. M. Martychowiec turns to tradition to create an individual artistic fashion.

Another aspect of his practice – a series of documentaries on art and architecture, in which he creates his own narrative, photographing fragments of the works of other artists and architects, and using them as a base to create a new contexts mosaic.

M. Martychowiec – an author of several articles on art and architecture published in various specialized European magazines. Regularly exhibited his work in Europe and Asia.


All are invited to attend