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  • Polish Posters in Tehran


    Polish Posters in Tehran
    April 26 – May 2, 2016

  • In the official Week of the Graphics and Visual Arts celebrated in Poland, an exhibition titled as “The Polish Modern Posters” was held in Lajevardi Foundation parallel, with the collaboration of the Polish Embassy in Tehran.
    The show was launched with an honorary guest, the Polish Ambassador of Iran, Majid Molla Norouzi and a group of art enthusiasts.
    The Iranian secretary and director of this event was Parisa Tashakkori, she had graduated from the Art and Architecture University,and finished her studies in graphics major. She started her professional activities in 1994.

    Alongside Ms.Tashakkori, Rene Wawrzkiewicz who is a designer, scholar and curator of artistic events was the Polish director and secretary of exhibitions.
    Regarding his artistic backgrounds Rene Wawrzkiewicz  is a graduate of the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts, and has established the Mamastudio Atelier, which was active from 2001 to 2008. He is also one of the co-founders of Polish Graphic Designer’s Society (STGU). Beside the mentioned activities he has managed such great projects like “Freedom in Design” in 2010 -2012, which was celebrated and exhibited in other countries like Japan, Germany and Sweden as well as Poland.
    This collection tries to indicate the current condition and situation of practical and graphic design in Poland, alongside with its historical aspects expressed in the art of four various graphic designers, who were the pioneers of a new era in the Poland’s design canon in the 1990s, a generation of young designers who referred and pre-visioned the heritage of Poland’s poster creek through form and new approaches.
    One of the participant designers is Lex Derwinski, whose work is intermingled with social and political issues and are established in such acute, bitter and minimalist forms.
    The other designer, whom shared his artistic creations in this presentation is Grzegorz Laszuk who is a pioneer of a new approach and methods in 1990s , concerning procedures such as prints and photo techniques to materialize his ultimate visions.
    One of the other designers who took part in this exhibition is the young Ola Niepsuj. Who is a famous designer, in his works, not only he gained a deep perception and understanding of the best era of  Polish ideology poster but also, succeeded to transfer what he had absorbed form that great period.
    Alongside these mentioned artists, Katarzyna Nestorowicz and Marcin Nowicki who joined this show are from one of the most advanced Polish experimental studios, “Noviki Studio.".
     
     

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