Mariusz Kruk

August 27, 2019

Mariusz Kruk was born in 1952 in Poznan. In period 1978-1982 he studied painting at The State Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan (at present University Art). He obtained a diploma in 1982. In the period 1983-1994 he was a lecturer of this Academy. In 1983 he established the Koło Klipsa group, and he was a leader of this group to 1987 – then he resigned with common performances. In the period 1995-2002 the artist lived in southern France. Now, he lives and works in Poznan. He is active in painting, drawing, sculpture, objects and installations. He’s also an author of short poetical works, fairy tales and stories.

SELECTED INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS

2004 Mariusz Kruk, Masters of Polish Contemporary Painting series, ABC Gallery, National Museum, Poznan
1996 Mariusz Kruk, Objects and Installations, Museum of Art, Lodz; Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum Duisburg
1991 Not-Rooms, Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw

SELECTED COLLECTIVE EXHIBITIONS

2000 Die Inszenierung der Natur, Museum Wurth, Kunzelsau
1994 EV + A. Exhibition of Visual Art., Limeck (Island), 1994
1992 Documenta IX, Kassel