Publications

Read below what critics and art curators have written about my painting

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BORDERS ART FAIR BODIES + CITIES SKIN 2021 Venice 14 / 15.VI - 04.VII.2021

for ITSLIQUID GROUP

BORDERS ART FAIR is a contemporary art fair divided into three appointments (BODIES + CITIES SKIN, FRAGMENTED IDENTITIES and FUTURE LANDSCAPES) that presents collective and solo projects by leading and emerging international artists .

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Interview with Luca Curci during the Venice International Art Fair 2021/12 VI. 2021

for ITSLIQUID GROUP

To participate in the Venice International Art Fair is an honor and a distinction for me. The organization of the event is wonderful. I really like the presentation of my works .

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Scholarship of the Marshal of the Pomeranian Voivodeship  2020

for Creators  Culture

Series Design  "2020" got  Scholarship of the Marshal of the Pomeranian Voivodeship
for the year 2020. The portfolio of painting works can be downloaded below.

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Luxembourg Art Prize 2020 certificate

The Pinacothèque

The Pinacothèque issues this document to Agnieszka Kopczynska Kardas in recognition of the efforts made for their participation in the international selection of the Luxembourg Art Prize 2020 . The artist receives the encouragement of the members of the artistic commission, and the museum invites the artist to continue in this direction.

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THE UNION OF POLISH ARTISTS

author: Ryszard Kowalewski - president of the Gdańsk District

On large canvases in a studio full of light, the painter records abstract paintings, constantly looking for the border between artificiality and authenticity of the world that changes around her. [...] Agnieszka Kopczyńska - Kardaś is involved in a difficult dialogue with the recipient, trying to sensitize them to the problems of the contemporary world, from ecology to alienation of the individual in an environment that aims at hypostasis and unification.

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EXHIBITION AT THE POSK GALLERY IN LONDON

author: Joanna Ciechanowska

As a person who has been taking care of the substantive preparation of the institution's program for almost 10 years, I would like to assure you that Agnieszka Kopczyńska-Kardaś's many years of artistic development proudly represents the high level of Polish contemporary art. It is worth exhibiting the artist's works abroad, and therefore I have no doubts that the co-financing of the newest POSK initiative - an individual exhibition by Agnieszka Kopczyńska-Kardaś - is a huge contribution to the promotion of Polish art in the world. I believe that Mrs. Agnieszka Kopczyńska-Kardaś is a person who shapes a positive image of our cultural heritage.

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IN RHYTHM OF ABSTRACTION

author: Monika Pisarczyk

Agnieszka Kopczyńska-Kardaś used to talk about the landscape in a similar way. The artist, like Dominik, at some stage in her work also heavily exploited the motifs of colorful spots and streaks of irregular shapes, often arranged in simple, repetitive compositions. However, Kopczyńska-Kardaś most often used an ascetic, cool color palette, based on shades of gray and blue, often enriched with delicate ocher or red tones. The artist's love of order and order, manifested in the cyclical patterns of random shapes and irregular figures, introducing rhythmicity to her works, is especially visible in the series of works titled "Stages", which dates back to 2004. This repetition of abstract elements, placed at equal intervals on Kopczyńska-Kardaś's canvases, however, has a certain conventionality, perhaps caused by irregularity and a large variety of apparently similar shapes, thanks to which each painted form seems unique.

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FIND YOUR OWN WAY OF LOOKING AT NATURE

author: Alicja Meryńska

Agnieszka Kopczyńska-Kardaś can be called the heir of Tadeusz Dominik's creative experiments. Her abstract landscapes refer to the works of the deceased artist not only due to the graphic code of geometric signs she used, but also due to her approach to color. As in the case of Dominik's works, in Kopczyńska-Kardaś, color is the decisive component of the composition. Its palette, however, is more subdued and ascetic.

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IN THE STUDIO - INTERVIEW WITH AN ARTIST

author: Rynek i Sztuka

Over the centuries, the artist's atelier motif has turned into legends, confirming the uniqueness of the space in which the greatest creative ideas and ideas are born. Today, watching the abstract Agnieszka Kopczyńska-Kardaś at work, we may find out how the creative process is taking place in her case.

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NEVER STOP SEEING

author: Alicja Meryńska

Agnieszka Kopczyńska-Kardaś is a painter of abstract landscapes. Her colorful, often geometric, and sometimes created with a dynamic brushstroke, realizations are a synthetic record of her own fascination with nature and the changes taking place in it. Alicja Meryńska talks with the artist about the choice of the painting path, the creative process, as well as artistic plans for the future.

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ABSTRACT VIEW

author: Róża Jachyra

The main source of creative research for Agnieszka Kopczyńska-Kardaś is nature. The artist, recording the landscape of the same favorite places, observed at different times of the day and year, tirelessly documents the changes taking place in their landscape. In this way, it tries to determine to what extent nature is subject to human interference and the inevitable progress of civilization. Kopczyńska-Kardaś makes an attempt to examine the point where the boundary between the original authenticity of the captured landscape and its artificiality is. Certainly, due to the fact that changes in nature are reflected in her canvases, her paintings are characterized by such a great dynamics.

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ESCAPE FROM EXCESSIVE CONTENT

author: Katarzyna Zahorska

Agnieszka Kopczyńska-Kardaś is a painter who constantly encodes expressions of her admiration for nature on canvases using color, texture and a synthetic sign. In this way, lyrical, subtle, but also expressive abstract compositions are born. Katarzyna Zahorska talks with the artist about what a landscape is for a painter, as well as about the meaning of color and ideas for future projects.

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Catalog 33 +3

author: Krystyna Krzyżanowska, Iwona Ziętkiewicz

1996; Catalog of the 33 + 3 exhibition at the National Museum in Gdansk;
Title: 33 + 3; ISBN 83-905895-3-2

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Dino Da Vinci Galleries, Hannover

curator: Inge Lewald

Inge Lewald curator of Dino Da Vinci Gallery from Hanover references

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