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The secrets of alcova
|date:||Monday, 09 July 2012|
|End date:||Friday, 27 July 2012|
|category:||exhibition, cultural event|
InfoOn 9 July to 27 July 2012, we have the pleasure to invite you to the exhibition of a world famous artists. “ The secrets of alcova” - exhibition has been organized by Anna Katarzyna Gniewecka the owner of World Art Promotion co.
During the event we will be able to get acquintance with their recent works.
Timur KARIM from Tajikistan (10 works) , world-renowned painter and graphic artist Rafal Olbiński, and the painter John Opaliński - three recent acts.
Timur Karim was born in 1968 in Duszanbe, Tadjikistan, where he studied art. Beetwen 1990 and 1996 he got a scolarship from the Tadjikistan Ministry of Culture, and he studied ad the I.E. Repina Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg where he attended to Prof. Wiktor Iosifovich Reikhet Studio of Painting.
The place where his artistic personality was shaped was also the famous portret Studio where generations of painters mastered their talent. He lives in Poland now and he takes part in many artistic events and plainairs. He is a member of Polish Painters Society.
Jan Opaliński lives and works in £ód¼, where he graduated from the Faculty of Graphic Art and Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts.Opaliński's painting is above all portraits of women in diverse situations, poses and moods. In a contemplative manner, without unnecessary decoration and full of concentration on the picture, they present the same model - woman. This theme, enduringly depicted on many canvases, has fascinated the artist for many years, constantly provoking new experimentation. Jan Opaliński's oils are high-class, authentic paintings without any verbosity.
Rafal Olbinski was born in the city of Kielce in Poland. He graduated from the Architectural Department of Warsaw Politechnical School. In 1982, he emigrated to the US, where he soon established himself as a prominent painter, illustrator and designer. Since 1985, he's been a professor at the School of Visual Arts in New York. In 2002, Olbinski designed stage settings for The Philadelphia Opera Company's production of ''Don Giovanni''.
Program of the eventOpening hours:
Monday-Friday:11.00 am - 7.00 p.m.
TicketsOpen to the public
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