National Museum in Gdańsk in co-operation with the Fangor Foundation is planninga retrospective exhibition of Wojciech Fangor’s works. The exhibit is planned for thesecond half of 2022, coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the artist’s birth.The curator of the exhibition is Wojciech Zmorzyński, Curator of Paintings andDrawings, Modern Art Department MNG.
On 11.12.2020 the jury of the 3rd Wojciech Fangor National Student Painting Competition awarded the following:1. First Prize 10 000 zł: Aleksander Baszyński2. Prize ASP Gdańsk 5 000 zł: Anna Kwiatkowska Special MentionArtistic rezydence at CSW Łaźnia, Gdańsk:Aleksander BaszyńskiAnna Kwiatkowska ExhibitsBWA Olsztyn:Aleksander BaszyńskiAnna KwiatkowskaJustyna KorzeńJustyna MolskaMateusz Majchrzak MGS Zakopane:Aleksander BaszyńskiAnna KwiatkowskaTomasz Zjawiony GCF Gdynia:Aleksander BaszyńskiAnna KwiatkowskaJakub … Continue reading Results of the 3rd Wojciech Fangor National Student Painting Competition
Earlier this month mosaics designed by Wojciech Fangor in early ’60 were listed in the register of Masovian District Monuments in Poland. The works including 52 ceiling mosaics located above three train platforms and 27 wall mosaics located along platforms, in the waiting areas and walkways are integral part of the underground commuter railroad station Warszawa-Śródmieście.This is a second … Continue reading Wojciech Fangor mosaics from early ’60 listed in the register of Masovian District Monuments in Poland
List of laureates of the 3rd National Painting Competition in the Name of Wojciech Fangor. The opening of the exhibition and the award ceremony is planned for December 11, 2020.
UPDATE: Due to the situation and cancellation of the planned cultural events in all spaces of the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk, the new date of the exhibition will be announced after April 30, 2020. The Painting Department of the Gdańsk Academy of Fine Arts (Wydział Malarstwa Akademii Sztuk Pięknych w Gdańsku) is organizing for … Continue reading Gdańsk Academy of Fine Arts – National Painting Competition
In October 2019, the exhibition of works by young artists and participants of the II National Painting Competition Wojciech Fangor took place.
The exhibition “Never Again” was organised on the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II. The exhibition concentrates on three moments in history. The first is the decade of the 1930s: featuring a rendition of the most renowned anti-war painting, Guernica, from 1937 painted by the Polish artist Wojciech Fangor.