Piotr Skowron
1984. Lodz, Poland
Graduated in Graphic Art in Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz. 

2016 - Reciproque, exhibition hall 8 mayor's office, Paris / The First Xuyuan International Print Biennial, Bejing, China.
2015 - Exhibition Grand Prix of Young Polish, ASP Gallery Kraków, Poland / Language of Emotion, Centre for Graphic Art AKADEMIJA, Belgrade, Serbia.
2014 - Retrospective exhibition Splitgraphic Biennial: "Ten years of Splitgraphic biennial 2003-2013: a sustainable retrospective" in Vilnius Graphic Art Center, Vilnius, Lithuania / VIII Triennale of Polish Contemporary Drawing, Lubaczow, Poland / 
Faces of Abstraction, Guanlan, China.
2013 - Honor, Prize-winning Prints of Guanlan International Biennials, Bejing, China / 4th Guanlan International Print Biennial, China.

2017 - Artist in residence Guanlan Original Printmaking Base, China 
2015 - Gold Medal in Prime Time Competition - The Best Diploma in 2014 year at Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz, Poland 
2014 - Artist in residence Guanlan Original Printmaking Base, China 
2013 - Young Artists Award in  6th Split International Graphic Art Biennial, Croatia / Award in 4th Guanlan International Print Biennial, China 

Piotr Skowron



18.09.2017 to 30.09.2017

Piotr  Skowron comes to ‘ace as part of the partnership that we have with the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz. Currently he is working as an assistant at his home university in Agata Stepien Silkscreen Studio.  He specializes in intaglio and serigraphy. However, he isn't confined only to traditional forms of print and often exploits unconventional graphic techniques. Experiments with collography are strongly related to his earlier education - engineering. 


Right now I'm working on a project: "Matrix and prints as graphics object creating space". The project is base on a series of abstract graphic works made from matrixs and graphics printed in silk screen and intaglio. Works will be in relation with the enviroment - by building them from matrixs and graphics I want to creat graphic spatial objects - installation. In this project I want to explore the possibilities of abstract description of reality inherent in a widely understood graphical language, to which: matrixs, prints, graphic installations can be categorized.

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