Stanislaw FIJALKOWSKI

Stanislaw  FIJALKOWSKI

1 lutego 99 1999

12.V.2008 2008

29.IV.2008 2008

7 lutego 2000 2000

Dwa prawdziwe kolory-19.IX.2002 2002

Nowa autostrada VI 1997

Paleta III 2010

IX czarna szarfa 1985

29.1.97 1997

30.VII.96 1996

22.VII.96 1996

Daw prawdziwe kolory 2002

8.VIII.2004 2004

31.XII.2004 2004

15.II.99 1999

19.VI.2006 2006

4.VII.68 1968

9.VII.68 1968

16.VII.78 1978

Stanisław Fijałkowski

Zdołbunów (Polonia) 1922 - Łódź 2020

Nato il 4 novembre 1922 a Zdołbunów in Polonia [oggi Ucraina]. Negli anni 1946-1951 ha studiato presso la Scuola Superiore Statale di Belle Arti di Łódź. I suoi maestri sono stati Władysław Strzemiński, Stefan Wegner e Ludwik Tyrowicz.

Nelle prime fasi della sua carriera è stato influenzato dal surrealismo e dal costruttivismo. All'inizio degli anni Sessanta ha sviluppato un linguaggio pittorico unico, basato su un approccio introspettivo al costruttivismo, al minimalismo e all'astrazione lirica, al quale è rimasto fedele fino alla morte.

 È stato vicerettore della scuola e preside del Dipartimento di Grafica. L'artista ha insegnato alla sua alma mater fino al 1993.

 Nel 1989/1990 è stato visiting-professor all'Università di Giessen e all'Università di Marburgo, nella Germania occidentale.  È stato vicepresidente della Società internazionale degli incisori su legno XYLON di Winterthur [Svizzera] e presidente della sezione nazionale polacca di XYLON. È stato inoltre membro dell'Academia Scientiarum et Artium Europea di Salisburgo [Austria] e dell'Academie Royale des sciences des lettres & des beaux-arts de Belgique di Bruxelles. Pittore e stampatore. Ha tradotto in polacco due libri di Wassily Kandinsky: "Punto e linea alla superficie" e "Sullo spirituale nell'arte" e un libro di Malewitsch: "Il mondo dell'assenza di oggetto".

È morto a Łódź all'età di 98 anni nel 2020.

Stanisław Fijałkowski
Zdołbunów (Poland) 1922 - Łódź 2020

Born on 4 November 1922 in Zdołbunów in Poland [now Ukraine]. In the years 1946-1951 studied at the State Higher School of Fine Arts in Łódź. His schoolmasters were Władysław Strzemiński, Stefan Wegner and Ludwik Tyrowicz.

During the early stages of his career he was influenced by surrealism and constructivism. By the early 1960s he developed a unique painerly language based on an introspective approach to constructivism, minimalism and lyrical abstraction, to which he stayed loyal until death.

 He was the vice-rector of the school and the dean of the Graphic Department. The artist taught at his alma mater until 1993.

 In 1989/1990 was a visiting-professor on the University of Giessen and the University of Marburg in West-Germany.  He was a vice-president of International  Society of Wood  Engravers XYLON in Winterthur [Switzerland] and president of the Polish National Section of XYLON. He was also member of Academia Scientiarum et Artium Europea in Salzburg [Austria] and Academie Royale des sciences des lettres & des beaux-arts de Belgique in Brussels. Painter and printmaker. He had translated two books of Wassily Kandinsky to polish: "Point and line to surface" and "On the spiritual in Art" and a book of Malewitsch: "The World of Objectlessness".

He died in Łódź at the age of 98 in 2020.

Esposizioni personali / personal exhibitions

2022
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Coda, Galeria Piekary, Poznan (Poland)

2021
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Last paintings, Galeria Olimpus, Lodz (Poland)

2017
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, New paintings, Galeria Olimpus, Lodz (Poland)
Stanislaw Fijalkowski: A Young Man Plans a Voyage, Green Point project, Brooklyn, New York (USA)

2016
Stanislaw Fijalkowski. Before and after Abstraction, Galerie Isabella Czarnowska, Berlin (Germany)

2012
Wystawa prac Stanislawa Fijalkowskiego, Miejska Galeria Sztuki, Lodz (Poland)

2011
Trascendence (Fijalkowski, Ikeda, Jule, Pasternak), University of Alberta, Edmonton (Canada)2010
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Atlas Sztuki Gallery, Lods (Poland)

2009
Works on paper – presentation of the first edition with watercolors, Galeria Ego, Poznan (Poland)

2008
Painting, Andzelm Gallery, Lublin (Poland)
A Completely New Highway, Galeria Art New MEDIA, Warsaw (Poland)

2006
Fijalkowski, Leder, Wasko. Paintings, Galeria Signum, Poznan (Poland)

2003
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Muzeum Narodowe, Poznan (Poland); Zacheta – Narodowna Galeria Sztuki, Warsaw (Poland); Muzeum Narodowe, Wroclaw (Poland)

2002
Stanislaw Fijalkowski. Obrazy z lat 2000 – 2002, Miejska Galeria Sztuki, Lodz (Poland)
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, School Years and technique, Galeria 86, Lodz (Poland)
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Galeria Ego, Poznan (Poland)
Fijalkowski/Gierowski – Visions of Painting, Panstwowa Galeria Sztuky, Sopot (Poland)

1998
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Polish Institute, Rome; Polish Consulate, Milan (Italy)

1996
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Road, Muzeum Sztuki, Lods (Poland)

1995
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Galerie Ucher, Cologne (Germany)
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Galeria Starmach, Krakow (Poland)

1994
Stanislaw Fijalkowski – Malerei, Graphik, Galerie des polnischen Instituts, Dusseldorf (Germany)

1990
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Paintings, Graphics, Polish Culture Institute, London (UK)

1989
Stanislaw Fijalkowski – Malerei, Graphik, Universitatsmuseum fur Kunst Und Kulturgeschichet, Maburg (Germany)

1988
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Graphiken, Justus-Liebig Universitat, Gissen, (Germany)

1962-1987
Galerie Marina Dinkler, Wes Berlin, (Germany)

1987
Stanislaw Fijalkowski – Malarei und Grafik

1984
Stanislaw Fijalkowski – peinture et gravure, Institut Polonais, Paris (France)

1982
Stanislaw Fijalkowski Linolschniotte, Kleine Grafik, Bremen (Germany)

1980
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Graphic Works, Alberta University, Edmonton (Canada)

1977-1978
Stanislaw Fijalkowski – Bilder Und Grafik 1965-1977, St Annen-Museum, Lubeck (Germany); Kulturgeschichtliches Museum, Osnabruck (Germany); Kunstlerhaus, Hannover (Germany)

1974-1975
Leszek Rozga - Stanislaw Fijalkowski – Two Artists from Lodz, Galerie Elizabeth Henning, Hamburg (Germany)

1974
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Paintings and Graphics, Galeria Prisma, Stockholm (Sweden)

1973
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Paintings and Graphics, Galeria Krzysztofory, Krakòw (Poland)
Malarstwo i grafika Stanislaw Fijalkowskiego, Galeria Kordegarda, Warsaw (Poland)

1970
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Lucjan Mianowsky, Ignacy Witz, Galerie beim Monoritensaal, Graz (Austria)

1967
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Galeria od-NOWA, Poznan, (Poland)

1966
Tadeus Brzozowski - Stanislaw Fijalkowski – Jozef Gienlniak, Galeria Wspoczesna, Warszawa (Poland)

1965
Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Galerie Lambert, Paris (France)

1962
The Paintings by Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Galeria Krzywe Kolo, Warsaw (Poland)

1957
Exhibition of Paintings by Stanislaw Fijalkowski, BWA, Lodz (Poland)

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2010
My first – my last painting. Art Accademy, Lodz, Galeria Blok
2009
Hommage a Matuszewski, Galeria AT, Poznan (Poland)
On the way to freedom, Polish art towards public affairs 1966-1994. Museum of contemporary art, Radom, BWA, Bydgoszcz (Poland)

2006
Eye on Europe – Prints, Books & Multiples, 1960s to Now, MoMA, New York (US)

2005
Afterimages, Muzeum Sztuki, Lods (Poland)

2004
Malevich in Poland, Galeria Arsenal, Bialystok (Poland)
100% ABSTRACTION – Moderns in Lodz, 1955-1965, Galeria 86, Lodz (Poland)

2002
Profil kolekcji, Muzeum Sztuki, Lodz (Poland)

2001
Hommage a Paul Klee, Muzeum Narodowe, Warsaw, Muzeum Narodowe, Poznan (Poland)

2000
Die vier Jahreszeiten – Polnische Landschaftesmalerei von der Aufkarung bis heute, Schrin Kunsthalle, Frankfurt/Main (Germany)
Verteidigung der Moderne-Positionender polnishen Kunst nach 1945, Museum Wurth, Kunzelsau (Germany)

1997
The Borders Of the Painting. Polish Painting of the 1990s, Centrum Sztuki Wspolczesnej Zamek Ujazdowski, Warsaw (Poland)
Lengyelorszag. Muveszet 1945-1986, Mucsarnok, Budapest (Hungry)

1994
Europa/Europa. Das Jahrhundert des Avangardein Mittel und Osteuropa, Kunst und Ausstellungshalle der Bundersrepublik Deutschland, Boon (Germany)

1992
Lodz/lyon, Muzeum Sztuki w Lodzi 1931-1992, Collection – Dokumentation – Actualité, Musee d’art. Contemporain, ELAC, Lyon (France)

1991
Kilekcja Sztuki XX wien w Muzeum Sztuki w Lodzi, Zacheta -Narodowa Galeria Sztuki, Warsaw (Poland)

1990
Galeria Krzywe Koto, National Museum, Warsaw (Poland)

1988
Polnishe Malerei seit 1945 aus der Sammlund des Bezirkmuseums Bydgoszcz, Villa Merkel, Esslingen, Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven (Germany)

100th Anniversary of Abstraction – paint collection, Palac Opatow, National Museum in Gdansk, Oliwa (Poland)

1986
Pittura Contemporanea Polacca, Centro Studi di Arte e Cultura di Napoli, Naples (Italy)

1984
Koncepja przestrzeni w sztuce wspolczesnej, Museum Narodowe, Warsaw (Poland)

1983
Presence Polonaises L, art vivant autor du Musee de Lodz, centre Georges Pompidu, Paris (France)

1981
Contemporary Paintings in Eastern Europe in Japan, National Museum of art, Osaka (Japan)
Grafika i rysunek XX wieku ze zbiorow Muzeum Sztuki w Lodzi, Muzeum Sztuki, Lodz (Poland)
Miloszowi – artysci polscy, Muzeum Narodowe, Wroclaw (Poland)

1978
Geometry and Emotion. Geometric Trend in 20thcentury Graphic Arts, National Museum, Warsaw (Poland)

1977
22 polnishe Kunstler aus der Sammalung des Muzeum Sztuki Lodz, Kolnischer Kunstverein, Koln (Germany)

1975
Romanticism and Romance in Polish 19th and 20th century Art, Zacheta, Warsaw (Poland)
Widziec i rozumiec, Muzeum Narodowe, Krakow (Poland)
W kregu nadrealizmu, Muzeum Narodowe, Wroclaw (Poland)

1972
XXXVI Biennale di Venezia, Polish Pavilon, Venice (Italy)

1970
1000 Years of Artist in Poland, Royal Accademy of Arts, London (UK)

1969
X Bienal de Sao Paulo (Brazil)

1966
I International Biennale of Graphic Arts, Krakow (Poland)

1965
Confrontations 65, Galeria el, Elblag (Poland)
Polinsche Kunst 1965, Lampertz Contempora, Cologne (Germany)

1963
Confrontations 63, Galeria Krzywe Kolo, Warsaw (Poland)

1959
III Wystawa Sztuki Nowoczesnej, Zacheta – Narodowa Galeria Sztuki, Warsaw (Poland)

1956
Exhibition of Lodz Artistst – Fijalkowski, Kowalewicz-Wegner, Kunka, Modzelewski, Starczewski, Tyszkiewicz, Wegner, Galeria Krzywe Kolo, Warsaw (Poland)