28th of November - 23rd of December
Group Exhibition with selected Art Works by Artist of the Gallery

WINTER SALON

Group Exhibition

Winter Salon
28.11.- 23.12.2021

Pilipczuk Gallery is pleased to invite you to our Winter Salon Exhibition. We will curate a traditional salon style hanging with selected artworks by our all time favourite artists. Experience works by Martyna Borowiecka, Edyta Hul, Berenika Kowalska, Maja Krysiak, Justyna Smolen, Agnieszka Nienartowicz and get a sneak peak on works by our new gallery artist the American/Polish Julia Medynska as well as two other brand new and emerging surprise artists.

As it is soon time for Christmas, you will be able to take your purchased artworks with you straight away in time to get them under the Christmas tree – what better gift than a unique artwork from one of our talented artists for your special someone!

Spend your First Advent Sunday in company of great art, a cozy Christmas atmosphere, mulled wine and Christmas nibbles. We will create a corner for children where they will be able to make Christmas decorations. So feel free to bring the whole family and spend a lovely afternoon in Pilipczuk Gallery.

Join us on November the 28th 11-17.00 in the Gallery, Vesterbrogade 161.

We can’t wait to see you and to wish you all a lovely Christmas time to come.

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.

Experience works by gallery artists as well as guest artists: Martyna Borowiecka, Edyta Hul, Maja Krysiak, Berenika Kowalska, Justyna Smoleń, Agnieszka Nienartowicz, Julia Medynska. 

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. Learn more about Borowiecka here.

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. Learn more about Krysiak here.

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.

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. Learn more about Smoleń here.

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.

Julia Medynska (more information about Julia is coming soon, util then, please read more about her on her owen website)

Agnieszka Nienartowicz, Initiation, 2021, Oil on Canvas, 80 cm x 55 cm
Martyna Borowiecka, Scarlet and her Lazy Deep Shadows, 2021, Oil on Canvas, 150 cm x 125 cm
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