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Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski Ian Moon
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski Ian Moon
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski Ian Moon
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski Ian Moon

Jakub Julian Ziolkowski
Ian Moon

London

Hauser & Wirth London is delighted to present Jakub Julian Ziolkowski’s exhibition, ‘Ian Moon’. Ziolkowski conjures an imaginary universe in which phantasmagoric imagery appears across diverse media including ceramics, sculptural reliefs and works on canvas. Individually compelling, when seen together, his works create a transgressive...
Artwork related to exhibition: A Modest Proposal
Artwork related to exhibition: A Modest Proposal
Artwork related to exhibition: A Modest Proposal

A Modest Proposal

New York, 18th Street

Showroom Featuring works by: Lucas Blalock Naotaka Hiro Sanya Kantarovsky Nicola L Tala Madani Jakub Julian Ziolkowski Beginning 23 June, Hauser & Wirth is pleased to present ‘A Modest Proposal’, featuring work by artists Lucas Blalock, Naotaka Hiro, Sanya Kantarovsky, Nicola L, Tala Madani, and Jakub Julian Ziolkowski – artists who...
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski Raw Thoughts
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski Raw Thoughts
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski Raw Thoughts
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski Raw Thoughts

Jakub Julian Ziolkowski
Raw Thoughts

Zürich

Hauser & Wirth opens the year with Jakub Julian Ziolkowski‘s exhibition ‘Raw Thoughts’. In these new works, the young Polish artist invents a surreal and transgressive universe that is both foreign and familiar, with forms and creatures that appear to have surfaced from the wildest of dreams and nightmares. The exhibition...
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski Timothy Galoty & The Dead Brains
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski Timothy Galoty & The Dead Brains
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski Timothy Galoty & The Dead Brains

Jakub Julian Ziolkowski
Timothy Galoty & The Dead Brains

New York, 69th Street

Jakub Julian Ziolkowski‘s phantasmagorical paintings roil with colorful mutant life: plants sprout eyeballs, bodies go about their business while sloughing off limbs and disgorging organs, and dense vegetal landscapes transform into visceral surgical tableaux. Vibrant and perverse, anthropomorphic and surreal, Ziolkowski’s private...
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski

Jakub Julian Ziolkowski

Zürich

Jakub Julian Ziolkowski’s exhibitions resemble hothouses run amok, laboratories brimming with bizarre invention. Individually compelling, when seen together, his works paint a fictive universe bristling with narrative and detail. Motifs swarm into each other, cross-germinating in hallucinatory multiplication. Ziolkowski’s interrelated pieces...
Artwork related to exhibition: Old School
Artwork related to exhibition: Old School
Artwork related to exhibition: Old School

Old School

New York

Old School celebrates a re-engagement with Old Master modes of representation, which might be said to be a recent phenomenon in contemporary art. Beyond ironic appropriation, a new school of artists look to the past and revel in the sophisticated pleasures of anachronism, swerving between period styles and details with gay abandon. Affinities...
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski
Artwork related to exhibition: Jakub Julian Ziolkowski

Jakub Julian Ziolkowski

London, Piccadilly

The first UK exhibition of works by young Polish painter Jakub Julian Ziolkowski takes place at Hauser & Wirth London. Ziolkowski’s paintings and watercolours present a dynamic and surreal visual vocabulary, encompassing landscapes, architectural and figurative subjects, still life and portraiture. Ziolkowski creates hallucinatory worlds...