EMILIΑ ΜΑRYNIAK :PLACES /ARCHE

Exhibition  of drawings and paintings inspired from the island Kefalonia

Lecture – presentation-  open dialogue entitled

//The Grecian Myth at the XX and XXI Century Art//

IONION CENTER FOR THE ARTS AND CULTURE

Saturday  October 18,  2014, 19.00- 22.00pm.

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Born in Poland, 1982. Graduated from the College of Fine and Visual Art in Warsaw and from the Institute of Art History at the University of Warsaw. Completed Continuing Studies Programme at the Heatherley School of Fine Art in London.

As an art historian she works for the National Museum in Warsaw.

As an artist she had a several individual exhibitions (including the Bankside Gallery in London) and group shows (including TRAFO, Center for Contemporary Art in Szczecin, Poland). Her works are at the privet collections in England, Spain, Switzerland and Poland.

 

At the Cephalonia island into the frame of the International Program of the Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture she’s working on the series of drawings and paintings named <<arche >>(as a part of the Places project). This art is based mostly on her fascination by Ancient Greek Philosophy.

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