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We invite you to visit Snowflake, an exhibition at Sculpture Point at Plac Trzech Krzyży 3, which will be open between 07.12 – 16.06.2018.

Interview, Legalna Kultura — http://legalnakultura.pl/pl/czytelnia-kulturalna/rozmowy/news/3000,monika-osiecka

Interview, RDC — http://www.rdc.pl/podcast/strefa-kultury-nauka-rzezbienia-w-kamieniu/

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Sculptor and author, Monika Osiecka, born in Milan, spent her youth in Italy and in Iran. She studied Persian and Italian philology at the Warsaw University and is a graduate of the Sculpture Dept. at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts (Kowalski studio). She works mostly in stone and has attended many international stone sculpture symposia. Her acclaimed book "Mirror Fragments" published by SO/T is a poetic and intimate record of creative self-awareness and female experience.
She's the author of the monument “Alas Pacis” at Montormel, France, for the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Normandy.
She works on a regular basis at her studios in Warsaw and Pomarance, Tuscany.

BIOGRAPHY

1981-1986
Studied at the Warsaw University, in the Oriental and then Italian Philology Department
1988-1994
Studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, in the Sculpture Department
1992
Studied technology of marble sculpting in Carrara, Italy
1994
Awards a Master’s Degree at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, the Sculpture Department, in the prof. Grzegorz Kowalski’s studio
1996
Studied technology of alabaster sculpting in Lago d’Iseo and Volterra, Italy
1996
Got an Italian Government scholarship in the Academy of Fine Arts in Carrara, Italy
2009
Studied African bronze casting in St. Omer, France
2010-2013
Worked in Carrara in the Studio da Nicoli and Studio Artemisia, Pulcinacchia
2011-2018
Currently works in her studio in Warsaw, Poland and Pomarance, Italy, undertaking personal and commissioned works
2014
Won the competition for a monument in Normandy, France, to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Falaise at Mont-Ormel of the I Division of Gen. S. Maczek. The monument is the final stage of the project La voie Europeene de la Paix - Strasse des Friedens, by Otto Freundlich.
2015
Awarded with the Commander’s Cross Missio Reconciliationis, for the monument in Normandy

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS — SOLO

2017-18
Szucha Art, Warsaw
2016
opening of the showroom Sculpturepoint, Mokotowska St, Warsaw
2016
A.& J.Iwaszkiewicz Museum, Stawisko, Poland
2015
van Rij Gallery, Cmielow, Poland
2014
“La Voie Européenne de la Paix” Alençon, Hôtel du Département, France
2014
“From the studio” Dom Dochodowy, pl.Trzech Krzyży 3, Warsaw
2013-2018
Blachlechner Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland
2013
Permanent Mission of Poland to the UN in Geneva, Switzerland
2012
Marchand Gallery, Desa Unicum, Warsaw
2011/2012
Piotr Nowicki Gallery, Warsaw
2011/2012
residence of the Polish Ambassador in Bern, Switzerland
2004-2008
Flying Gallery, Warsaw
2005
St.John of Jerusalem Foundation, Warsaw
2004
Metropolitan, Warsaw
1998
Institute of Culture’s Gallery, Morges, Switzerland
1997
Ugolini, Tschopp & Associes S.A. Office, Lausanne, Switzerland
1996
L’Estree Foundation Gallery in Ropraz-Vaud, Switzerland

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS — COLLECTIVE

2015
Bachlechner Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland
2015
Warsaw Art Fair, Arkady Kubickiego, Warsaw
2013
The Story of the Creative, Long Island, New York
2013
MAG Montreux Art Gallery, Switzerland
2005
Wybory.pl CSW Zamek Ujazdowski, Warszawa
2005, 2004
Flying Gallery, Warsaw
1998
Business Center Club, Warsaw
1997
Pod Kasztanami Gallery, Warsaw
1996
“Ja i aids” Stolica cinema, Warsaw, A.R.T. Gallery, Płock Wieża Ciśnień Gallery, Gdańsk
1992
“Kardynał” and “Wieczerza”, Dziekanka Gallery, Warsaw

SYMPOPSIA

1992-2016
Participated in International Stone Sculpture Symposia in Fanano, Italy, Teulada, Sardinia, Zalau, Romania, Carhaix, France, Sant’Antioco, Italy, twice in Fordongianus, Sardinia, five times in Morges, Switzerland, Tallin, Estonia, twice in Sprimont, Belgium, Villers-le-Lac, France, Artists in Residence, St-Urban, Switzerland, Reispoltkirchen, Germany

Contact

SHOWROOM

SculpturePoint, pl. Trzech Krzyży 3, Dom Dochodowy, first entrance on Mokotowska St., Warsaw

PERMANENT EXHIBITION

Sculpture Park, Aries Hotel, Zakopane, Poland

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