New Icons, Krzysztof Sokolovski espone alla Manuel Zoia Gallery da giovedì 16.

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Manuel Zoia Gallery è lieta di invitarvi all’inaugurazione della mostra New Icons, prima personale a Milano dell’artista lituano Krzysztof Sokolovski. L’esposizione presenterà un corpus eterogeneo di lavori: diversi media, installazioni e opere a parete, ridefiniranno lo spazio della galleria secondo la poetica dell’artista stesso.

Krzysztof Sokolovski è artista visivo la cui ricerca si esprime in dipinti, oggetti luminosi, installazioni e pittura monumentale. È inoltre creatore del concetto di arte neo-sacrale: lavora su un’arte sacra moderna, fondata sulla tradizione visiva e sulle teologie di diverse culture. Per l’artista, il progresso della civiltà non può essere diretto unicamente da saperi scientifici e tecnologici, ma deve essere accompagnato da una controparte metafisica. Così, la codificazione astratta della fede diviene l’unico modo per salvare la spiritualità dell’essere umano contemporaneo.

Krzysztof Sokolovski nasce a Eišiškės in Lituania. Dal 2003 vive e lavora in Polonia. Si è laureato all’Università di Tecnologia di Danzica (Facoltà di Ingegneria Energetica) e all’Accademia di Belle Arti di Varsavia (Facoltà di Pittura). Inoltre, l’artista ha seguito un corso di anatomia clinica presso l’Università di Medicina di Danzica. Sokolovski ha creato cappelle neosacrali a Klebark Wielki (Polonia) e nel convento delle suore salesiane a Gerusalemme. È inoltre molto attivo nell’ambiente dell’est Europa, dove ha preso parte a mostre personali e collettive in Lituania, Polonia, Slovacchia. Nel 2016 arriva ad esporre anche in America presso, Evelyn E. Jorgenson Gallery, Moberly, Missouri.

Tra le mostre personali ricordiamo: “Melodia bytu” (“Melody of Being”), collab. with Joanna Mazuś, Gallery 113, Faculty of Art, Jan Dlugosz University in Czestochowa, Poland (2022); “Sztuka Neosakralna”, Museum of the Abbey in Tyniec, Kraków, Poland (2021); “Sztuka Neosakralna”, ZeDeK Gallery, Sochaczew, Poland (2021); “LUX” – virtual exhibition of Krzysztof Sokolovski’s painting cycle, Bohema Gallery, Poland (2020); “Krzysztof Sokolovski. Neosacral art”, POSK Gallery, London, UK (2020); “Neosacral art”, Willesden Gallery, London, UK (2019); “Neosakralinis menas”, K. Praniauskaitės Cultural Centre Gallery, Telšiai, Lithuania (2019); “Neosacrale kunst”, Museum Historische Kring Nieuwegein, the Netherlands (2019); “Sztuka neosakralna”, Gallery of Contemporary Art, Włocławek, Poland (2019); “Sztuka neosakralna”, Bohema Gallery, Warsaw, Poland (2019); “Neosacral Art”, Karacs Ferenc Múzeum, Püspökladány, Hungary (2018); “Neosacral art”, Muzeum Szarijskie, Bardejov, Slovakia (2018); “Sztuka neosakralna”, KUL (Catholic University of Lublin) Gallery, Lublin, Poland (2018); “Sztuka neosakralna”, Camaldolese Monastery in Bielany, Warsaw, Poland (2018); “Sztuka neosakralna”, Muzeum Ziemi Mińskiej, Mińsk Mazowiecki, Poland (2018); “Sztuka Neosakralna”, The Institute of Fine Arts Gallery, Częstochowa, Poland (2018); “Neosacral Altar – Creation of Man”, Bohema Gallery, Warsaw, Poland (2018); “Sztuka neosakralna”, Zielona Gallery, Łódź, Poland (2017); Sztuka neosakralna”, The University of Warsaw Gallery, Warsaw, Poland (2017); “Sztuka neosakralna”, Bohema Gallery, Warsaw, Poland (2017); “Sztuka Neosakralna”, The University of Warsaw, Departament of the Philosophy of Religion, Warsaw, Poland (2016); “Sztuka Neosakralna”, Gallery of Association “Polish Community”, Warsaw, Poland (2016); “Sztuka Neosakralna”, Exhibition-Conferential Centre, Białystok, Poland (2016); “Sztuka Neosakralna”, Synagogue Gallery, Zamość, Poland (2016); “Sztuka Neosakralna”, Marszałkowska Gallery, Olsztyn, Poland (2016); “Sztuka Neosakralna”, Gallery of Contemporary Sacred Art “Dom Praczki”, Kielce, Poland (2016); “Ikona Relikwiarzowa”, Klub Golf & Country, Sobienie Królewskie, Poland (2016); “Sztuka Neosakralna”, Gallery of Association “Polish Community”, Warsaw, Poland (2015); “Metaphysical Truth”, Forum “From the Bible to the Wave – particle nature of light”, Warsaw, Poland (2015); “O Prawdzie Metafizycznej”, Mazowiecka Gallery, Warsaw, Poland (2015); “Presentation of master’s works”, Gallery of The House of Polish Culture in Eisiskes, Lithuania (2015); Reliquary Icon I”, Gallery of Association “Polish Community”, Warsaw, Poland (2013); “Reliquary Icon II”, Gallery ICONart, Lviv, Ukraine (2013); First stage”, Gallery of the House of Polish Culture in Eisiskes, Lithuania (2010).
Tra le mostre collettive ricordiamo: “Trees”, Studio Sienko Gallery, London, UK (2022); “11 Narrations”, Atelier Gustave, Paris, France (2022); “Słowo stało się ciałem”, BWA Piła, Poland (2021); “Słowo stało się ciałem”, Warsaw Archdiocese Museum, Warsaw, Poland (2021); “The limits of the icon”, Bohema Gallery, Warsaw, Poland (2020); “Men, Women, Conscience”, Manuel Zoia Gallery, Milan, Italy (2019); “Nowa Ikona”, The Museum of Architecture in Wrocław, Poland (2019); “Nowa Ikona”, Belarusian State University of Culture and Arts, Minsk, Belarus (2019); “Czas życia – czas śmierci”, Museum of the Warsaw Archdiocese, Warsaw, Poland (2019); “Deification of Body”, Andrey Sheptytsky National Museum, Lviv, Ukraine (2017); “Sokolovski / Wąsowski / Jędrzejko / Mazuś”, Bohema Gallery, Warsaw, Poland (2017); “Apokalipsa” Nowica, Krynica – Zdrój, Rzeszów, Warsaw (Poland), Lviv, Luck (Ukraine), Minsk (Belarus) (2017); “1st Pomeranian Biennial of Young Art”, Sopot, Poland (2016); “Shape of Spirit”, Gallery of Mathematics and Computer Science Department, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland (2016); “Diverted Reality”, Evelyn E. Jorgenson Gallery, Moberly, Missouri, USA (2016); “Revelation 1:17” Spark and Echo Arts, New York, USA (2016); “Exhibition of Sacred Art”, Gallery of Saint Sophia’s Cathedral, Kiev, Ukraine (2016); “Przypowieści”, Nowica, Bielsko-Biała, Krynica, Rzeszów, Warsaw (Poland), Lviv, Luck (Ukraine), Minsk (Belarus) (2016); “Ikona Piękno Zanurzone w Tajemnicy”, House of creative work, Powsin, Poland (2015); “ArtNoble 2014″, Studio Gallery, Warsaw, Poland (2014); “Coming Out”, Warsaw, Poland (2014); “Exhibition of master’s works” in DAP3 Gallery in ZPAP, Warsaw, Poland (2014); “Exhibition of 2nd Piotrkow Biennale”, Artistic Action Centre in Piotrkow, Poland (2013); “The Labyrinths of Sacred”, “ARTPrichal” Gallery, Kiev, Ukraine (2013); “Icon is a Window to Eternity”, Gallery of the House of Polish Culture in Vilnius, Lithuania (2013).
L’artista ha inoltre partecipato a diverse fiere nel contesto italiano, tra cui: The Others Art Fair, exposition at art fair, Turin, Italy (2019); ArtVerona 2019, exposition at art fair, Verona, Italy (2019); ArtVerona 2018, exposition at art fair, Verona, Italy (2018); ); Affordable Art Fair, exposition at art fair, Milan, Italy (2018);

 

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