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Jan Buczkowski
Krysztof Gliszczynski
Dominika Krechowicz
Maciej Sienkowski
Krzysztof Wroblewski

Jan Buczkowski's
work demonstrated a conspicuous fascination with the new York School; artists such as Joseph Albers, Ad Reinhardt and Jasper Johns held his interest. He combined a concern with nature, form and layers of colour in the search for the pictorial equivalent of a landscape.

Krysztof Gliszczynski was concerned with the creation of a system of symmetry and rhythm in his painting, Opaque and translucent colours were layered over a pastel background; a combination of soft forms such as flowers and insects with stronger forms of identity such as flags.

Maciej Sienkowski
based his paintings and drawings in the traditions of Constructivism. His work was involved with the dialogue between the object and the sign. He has created his own language for this purpose; stripped to the simplest elements. This was inspired by an alphabet invented by the polish typographer Strzeminski.

Krzysztof Wroblewski has a fascination for the processes that build up to form a painting. His work mirrored the dawn of a new painting, a mixture of rich pigments and ancient materials such as earth, soot, wax and ash

Jan Buczkowski
Krysztof Gliszczynski
Dominika Krechowicz
Maciej Sienkowski
Krzysztof Wroblewski

Jan Buczkowski's
work demonstrated a conspicuous fascination with the new York School; artists such as Joseph Albers, Ad Reinhardt and Jasper Johns held his interest. He combined a concern with nature, form and layers of colour in the search for the pictorial equivalent of a landscape.

Krysztof Gliszczynski was concerned with the creation of a system of symmetry and rhythm in his painting, Opaque and translucent colours were layered over a pastel background; a combination of soft forms such as flowers and insects with stronger forms of identity such as flags.

Maciej Sienkowski
based his paintings and drawings in the traditions of Constructivism. His work was involved with the dialogue between the object and the sign. He has created his own language for this purpose; stripped to the simplest elements. This was inspired by an alphabet invented by the polish typographer Strzeminski.

Krzysztof Wroblewski has a fascination for the processes that build up to form a painting. His work mirrored the dawn of a new painting, a mixture of rich pigments and ancient materials such as earth, soot, wax and ash