Przemysław Wideł

Born in 1992. in Nowy Sącz. A graduate of Artistic Education in the Field of Fine Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts Jan Matejko in Krakow. He was awarded the Rector Medal for the diploma "Human Mind Experience" (supervisor - Prof. Adam Brincken, under whose supervision Wideł continues his doctoral studies).

Artist painter, cartoonist, illustrator, comic creator, installation and video designer, freelancer. Author of exhibitions (including the Museum of Japanese Art and Technology Manggha "Dance of the soul", "Turboprokok", "Confluence"). He actively participates in cultural and exhibition life. With his theoretical concept of art in need of narrative (and not only), he appears at conferences and symposia. He regularly publishes in the Kwartalnik MUTImedia, presented in the pages of the Warchlaki comic strip and described by New York critics. After several smaller individual exhibitions in the world of galleries, he made his debut with the exhibition "THE PLAY" at Galeria Messier 42 in 2016. His work was presented in the Krakow Pryzmat Gallery, the Zamek Cultural Center in Poznań, the Zakopane Doctor's House, and the Lublin Labirynt Gallery. Together with Natalia Aleksandra Komarow - a writer, poet, artist, who made her debut in 2014. Gocław, Saska Kępa, Śródmieście, they appear as the „Last People of the Renaissance", taking up the difficult subject of the meeting of literature and visual arts.

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