There are things that are not for sale. Friendship, moments of joy and some artworks. Those you can only keep or share. I’m proud that one of my artworks became part of the collection at Museum of the History of Polish Jews POLIN (Muzeum Historii Żydów Polskich POLIN). It was presented as a part of temporary exhibition “Blood. Uniting and Diving”. BIG THANKS to ArtKomiks & Marek Kasperski for making it happen and to Borys Lankosz, who directed “Ziarno prawdy” and inspired this artwork.

About the exhibition:
The exhibition Blood: Uniting & Dividing will open at POLIN Museum on 13 October 2017 and will be available for viewing until 29 January 2018. It has been inspired by the exhibition at Jewish Museum London dedicated to the meaning of blood in Jewish culture. The Polish edition will develop the threads which emerged in London, enriching them with new ideas and objects. The exhibition narrative will be interspersed with contemporary artworks, among them the work by Anish Kapoor, one of the most globally renowned artists, presented in Poland for the first time.
More info here.

“Grain of Truth”, after the painting by Karol de Prevot from the Cathedral in Sandomierz, 24 x 32 cm, acrylic / paper, 2015.


UPDATE: now you can take a walk and pay a virtual visit to the exhibition. I highly recommend it as it is well done!