INVITATION TO EXHIBITION of dr hab. szt. Krzysztof Bartnik

The exhibition in the new gallery of the Faculty of Arts is an opportunity to present you my paintings from recent years. It is a rare opportunity for me to familiarize Lublin art lovers, friends and students with the subject and the result of my painting research. I would also like to celebrate 30 years of my life, work and work environment in Lublin with this exhibition. The specificity of this environment has certainly shaped me and influenced the shape of my art, so I have a very good opportunity to express my gratitude. I cordially invite you to the vernissage, also on behalf of prof. Elwiry Śliwkiewicz-Cisak, whose accordion concert will grace our meeting. Krzysztof Bartnik

Krzysztof Bartnik
Born in 1964. A graduate of the State High School of Fine Arts J. Chełmoński in Nałęczów. Studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. Diploma thesis in painting in the studio of prof. Stanisław Borysowski in 1988 Class I and II qualification conduct in the field of visual arts (painting discipline) at the Academy of Fine Arts. Władysław Strzemiński in Łódź. Since 1989, he has been working at the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. Currently as an assistant professor at the Painting Department of the Institute of Fine Arts of the Faculty of Arts. He presented his work in numerous individual exhibitions (34- Poland, Czech Republic, France) and collective presentations (100- Poland, Czech Republic, France, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Australia, Belgium, Ukraine, Hungary, Germany, Lithuania). He participated in many artistic symposia in the country and abroad. His paintings are in private and institutional collections in Poland as well as abroad. He was the curator of a number of exhibitions in the Lublin artistic community (including the Czech Cellar, Galeria Gardzienice, Czech Photography, ACK Chatka Żaka). He took part in the conservation works of the polychrome (including the Lublin Archcathedral, the Pobrygitkowski church in Lublin, and the church in Pieczyska). He is the author of a significant part of the gallery of portraits of Honorary Citizens of the City of Lublin.

Opening hours:

Tuesday - Friday: 3pm–6pm

during the periods announced for each exhibition

Location: Lublin, ul. Zana 11


Admission: Free

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