Robert MaciejukBORN 1965, Biała Podlaska
Recurring motifs in Robert Maciejuk’s paintings include actual and hypothetical logotypes, imaginary film sets, and characters from children’s cartoons. The artist draws inspiration from the contemporary logosphere, including, in particular, the mass media. In his earlier period, his work referred directly to descriptive perspective and the Renaissance masters' geometry studies, the representations dominated by simplified architectural elements – stairs, canopies, and low walls. Robert Maciejuk is a graduate of the Faculty of Painting, Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts, where he earned his degree from Prof. Stefan Gierowski in 1990. Between 1991-1996, he worked there as assistant professor.