Group Exhibition

26.02.- 25.03.2021

OPEN HOUSE WEDNESDAY 12:00-16:00. Please feel free for you and your friends to pop bye and say hello. We always love to greet people passing by! We keep plenty of masks and hand sanitizers.

For those unable to attend on Wednesday’s, please contact us to book an appointment if you wish to visit us and see the Artworks from our current group exhibition: ENLIVENING during the period Friday 26th February – Thursday 25th March at Pilipczuk Gallery, Vesterbrogade 176, 4th floor, 1800 Frederiksberg. 

As a guest of Pilipczuk Gallery, your safety is of the utmost importance to us. We continue to follow the Danish Health Authorities guidelines and safety measures for Covid-19.

We are thrilled to present the group exhibition ENLIVENING by selected female artists from Poland. This group exhibition enlightens the vibrant polish art scene in the current moment and shows a broad field of high quality art. ENLIVENING focuses upon showing different styles of art with a stretch from minimalism to abstract and hyperrealistic art. The artists for the exhibition are carefully picked and compliment each other in themes, thoughts and expressions.

The title of the group exhibition ENLIVENING is a collective name that suits each artist individually. The exhibition strives to deliver a new life and spirit after a time of feeling low, trapped or bound by certain aspects of life.

The seven selected artists for the exhibition are: Martyna Borowiecka, Edyta Hul, Maja Krysiak, Berenika Kowalska, Emilia Kina, Justyna Smoleń and Agnieszka Nienartowicz. 

Martyna Borowiecka’s oil paintings are described with a female voice, telling surreal stories filled with sensual charm, touch and girlish delicacy. With bold feminine colours and the use of illusionism, she creates and tells magical secrets within her artwork. 

Edyta Hul’s multilayered paintings are personal and intimate recordings of her current passions and emotions. Driven by a need of technological search, Hul keeps exploring possibilities using different painting techniques. Her curiosity and boldness leads to ever changing, dynamic paintings. Learn more about Hul here.

Maja Krysiak’s oil paintings themes oscillate around the form of a man and his distorted personality going against the mass contemporary culture. The idea began from her interest in 20 century circus, which engage thousands of people and animals who seem different from the norm society. The audience get and understanding and sense of feeling towards the stories of these people creating a magnificent show. Culture makes a bow towards self indulgence and Krysiak is trying to find this thin line between the real and the illusion.

Berenika Kowalska’s artworks are inspired by nature. Her big scale oil paintings are  her own interpretations of open fields. By choosing nature as an object Kowalska works in an unevaluated theme. Thanks to this, one can see something disturbing in a painting, and another person sees something calming – depending on their own perception and experiences. With this the painting grows organically. Learn more about Kowalska here.

Emilia Kina’s art works spring from theoretical considerations and are rich in references to traditional painting. The motif of image-curtain which Kina employs is a clear reference to the Renaissance concept of a painting as a window onto the world. The theme of opening is replaced with the self-covering image, at once manifesting its physicality. Kina is interested in the materiality of the image, a simple form arising from complex problems. 

Justyna Smoleń’s paintings occurs form an area of creative interests  of nature, the study of human relations with nature and mythology. In her artistic work, she is interested in the concept of a fragment as a field of creative inspiration. Often her paintings are based on the language of minimalist abstraction, which uses the material properties of paint to build the character of the work, the starting point of which is a fragment of natural space that organically grows in many directions.

Agnieszka Nienartowicz’s oil paintings lead us into a universe that points back to and re-actualizes the great master painters through art history by reproducing selected parts of their art works in a new context. Her hyper-realistic oil paintings exude sensuality and mystery in a tranquil and intimate setting and her depiction of tattooed women provides a glimpse into a hidden world full of unsolved riddles and secret thoughts. Learn more about Nienartowicz here.

Maja Krysiak. The End. 100 cm x 80 cm. Oil on canvas. 2020
Edyta Hul. Ambient Innards. Oil, enamel on canvas. 150 cm x 150 cm. 2020.
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