Posts Tagged: Poland
Tytus Brzozowski is an architect and watercolorist from Poland. A great admirer of his hometown, Warsaw, the artist captures in his paintings the essence of the modern city, in it's constant turmoil and change. Using surrealistic elements and tricks with perspective and light, the artist gives his paintings a sense of magic and mystery.
Inspired by ancient sacred music from the Caucasus and based on texts from the little-known apocryphal gospels and a poem by Polish Romantic poet Juliusz Slowacki, Poland’s Teatr ZAR uses song, chanting, and movement in this ritualistic work of theater and music.
Grzegorz Wróbel is an architectural designer and illustrator from Poland. Born in 1983, Wróbel started painting with watercolors at the age of 12. His work features great watercolor skills, fresh colors and subtle textures. His
The Festival of Students' Culture ARTenalia will take place for the fourth time on the 6th to 8th May in Poznań. The aim of the Festival is to promote new art. However, this time the organizers decided to make a step beyond the borders of Poland and invite
Macro Micro isn’t a master plan, but a network of open spaces at macro scale, intensified by micro interventions at particular places. We propose a coherent network based on existing morphology, open spaces structure and landscape qualities.