Zbigniew Dlubak

Born: 26.4.1921 in Radomsko
Died: 21.8.2005 in Warsaw

He was a Photographer, painter, art theorist and years-long editor of the "Fotografia". One of the most eminent figures of the Polish photographic circles after 1945.

Dlubak had his photographic debut in 1947 with experimental works that referred to the avant-garde of interwar period. His last 20 years of works were devoted to creating a photographic-painter series titled Asymmetry.

 

 

was born in 1922 in Zdolbunow, Poland (now Ukraine) and studied at the Stade Higher Schoo of Fin Arts in Lodz, Poland where he has teaches. Stanislaw Fijalkowski has exhibited his prints, drawings, paintings and computer generated images extensively and has won many prizes for his works. His work can be found in major collections, including the Museum of Art in New York and the Tate Gallery in London. He is generally considered one of the masters of Contemporary Polish artists.

The work of Stanislaw Fijalkowski is deeply influenced by Wladyslaw Strzeminski, who believed that an art works inner meaning is best expressed through a minimal unified surface with every area having equal importance. He also felt that this unity placed a work of art at the highest level of human endeavor. the refined and delicate graphic quality found in Stanislaw Fijalkowskis work is often symbolic of a strong connection to the Talmud (the body of Jewish civil and Ceremonial law legend) and other literary sources.

Born 1937 in Radnal, Slovakia, life in Bratislava.

Exhibitions:

1969, Biennale, Paris, 1982, Documenta 7, Kassel, 1986, P.S.1, New York,

1999, Queens Museum of Art, New York, 2000, Samizdat, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, 2001 Statna galeria, Bratislava, 2005 La Biennale di Venezia.

Zbigniew Dlubak

Three photos, on the back signed, 1971

Size: 18 x 24 cm and 6.7 x 24 cm
Price: Sold

Zbigniew Dlubak

Photo, signed, from 1971.

Size: 18,2 x 24 cm

Price: Sold