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Maja Krysiak, fragment pracy "Brunhilda. W trzewiach miłości"  2022


b. 1980, Częstochowa

She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. A visual artist specialising in painting and drawing, but she creates also ceramics and textile installations. Her works touch upon the themes of spirituality, femininity, and dreams. In 2005, she graduated with honours from the Painting Department at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. From 2006 to 2014, she worked as a teacher at her home university. In 2019, she assisted in the project "The Destroyed Woman" by Paulina Ołowska for the Simon Lee Gallery London. In May 2020, she became a laureate of the scholarship program of the Ministry of Culture and Science "Culture online" and a laureate of IV the National Leon Wyczółkowski Painting Competition. Lives and works in Krakow.


I’m Standing in Front of the Mirror Like a Dog and Paint a Portrait, HOS Gallery, Warsaw (solo)

A World Beneth the Heels, Kravitz Contemporary London

45th Winter Salon/ Art Biennial, Masovian Center of Contemporary Art Elektrownia, Radom

Mother Queens, Pilipczuk Gallery, Copenhagen (solo)
Pharmacist. Balsamic Garden, City Museum, Tychy
And the Body Became a Soul, Municipal Art Gallery, Częstochowa

On These Noisy, Fiery and Stunning Days, I Move With My Thoughts, Stefan Gierowski Foundation, Warsaw
Magic Renewal Salon, Widna Gallery, Cracow
Refugees Welcome, 5th Charity Art Auction, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw
Reviving vol. 2, Pilipczuk Gallery, Copenhagen

SSSSSS, Olympia Gallery, Cracow

HOS Gallery shows

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