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Flesh and Blood
September 24, 2008   
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The Nowa Gallery in Poznań is hosting an exhibition of expressive works by Grzegorz Domaradzki, an artist preoccupied with what is hidden under the surface. He uses graphic techniques and pencil to show the human being stripped of skin as well as clothes. Like a surgeon, he penetrates the human body. He studies anatomy and explores mystery.

Domaradzki trains his gaze on the old and ailing, rather than on classical beauty. His work is a skillfully realistic laboratory of the human body and soul. Unlike advertisements today, he is not striving for the ideal. For Domaradzki, man is blood, flesh and bone in the literal sense.

Domaradzki, born in Poznań in 1979, graduated from the department of graphics at the city's Academy of Fine Arts (ASP). His exhibition Kohlenhaltig (Containing Coal) in the Nowa Gallery, 11 Paderewskiego St. in Poznań, runs until Oct. 4.

Dariusz Pietrzak
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