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Dwurnik at Milano
January 7, 2009   
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The Milano Art Gallery in Warsaw will host an exhibition of works by internationally acclaimed Polish painter and graphic artist Edward Dwurnik from Jan. 20 to Feb. 10.

The exhibit, entitled Snapshots from the Present, consists of small ink pictures on canvas in which Dwurnik depicts scenes from the lives of young people. He uses telling titles such as rappers, surfers, bad girls, kisses indoors and outdoors, scenes from dreams, indecent scenes, and images from psychotherapy sessions, beauty and hairdressing parlors and fashion houses.

The collection on display also includes tiny portraits of men and women, compositions inspired by Italian painters of the Renaissance, themes from old drawings and encyclopedic charts, and images of extraordinary animals and birds.


Edward Dwurnik, Snapshots from the Present
Exhibition open through Feb. 10
Milano Art Gallery, 2a Rondo Waszyngtona traffic circle
tel. 0 22 617 54 03, www.milano.arts.pl
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