Mikołaj Moskal

BORN 1985, Kraków

Mikołaj Moskal was born in 1985 in Cracow. A student of the Faculty of Graphic Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow from 2005 to 2010. A scholar at the Hochschule für Gestaltung im Offenbach in Frankfurt-am-Main. Moskal is also a graduate of the State Art College in Cracow. In 2009, his works were presented at a solo exhibition at the F.A.I.T. Gallery in Cracow, as part of The Campaign for Revaluating Abstraction project. In December 2010, his works were presented in the Body in the Library exhibition held at the BWA Design in Wrocław, and in 2011 - in exhibitions held for the promotion of the publication on contemporary Polish drawings / illustrations, published by the Gili Gili collective - Studio Namatejki Cracow. Moskal is also a member of the New Roman collective, with a Gallery / Club room in Cracow

Terrain Sculpture
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Mikołaj Moskal

Terrain Sculpture

2009 / site specific installation / 35x50 cm (x2) / no. 0103 Creative CommonsCreative CommonsCreative Commons Licence 3.0    Wróć
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The documentation of the site specific work Terrain Sculpture, which was created for the Blue Almost White. Playing with the collection of the ING Polish Art Foundation exhibition and was presented at the Leto Gallery in Warsaw from 11 December 2009 to 4 January 2010. The presentation was based on paintings from the Foundation's collection, to which other media were added: videos, publications and an intervention into the gallery space by Mikołaj Moskal. His work related to the space of the Leto Gallery in a subtle yet very suggestive manner, by managing the space between the paintings on the walls and the video works. The word “almost” in the title of the exhibition suggested the helplessness in naming one of the core elements in art - colour.

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