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Zbylut Grzywacz 1939-2004 National Museum in Cracow

00:00 21/03/2009

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"Corrida II" with the "Beef", oil on canvas, 1977
National Museum in Cracow - Main Building, al. 3 Maja 1
13 March - 31 May 2009

Zbylut Grzywacz (1939-2004) one of the most important artists living in the post-war Poland. Co-founder and member of the group On (1966-1986), a participant of the independent cultural movement and the democratic opposition in times of PRL, the Krakow Academy of Fine Arts teacher and educator of many generations of young people, a great scholar and essayist, and creator of the significant events in the cultural life of Cracow.
The exhibition includes works created over the 45 years since the first explorations in the study at the Cracow Academy of Fine Arts until the last image, the dramatic expression, painted with the awareness of impending death. So rich in creative achievements Zbylut Grzywacz will allow realization of its strong ties with the European tradition of a centuries the spiritual and material culture of man, that with effect from today's common space in which artists in different times and take the same form, for centuries in the art of current themes and ideas. References to the author a collection of minerals and fossils is to highlight the important philosophical perspective of the author, it was his knowledge of the history of the Earth.

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