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ARTISTIC ACTIVITY

 

2017
SEA(S) ARTS International Exhibition
IONION Centre of Arts and Culture, Cephalonia, Greece

Unbraid My Brain For More Than Three Days - individual exhibition
THE CASTLE GALLERY, Reszel Castle, Reszel, Poland


Glitch. The Aesthetics of Failure – group exhibition
THE ISHERWOOD GALLERY, The Old Courts, Wigan, UK

 

2016
CHELSEA POSTGRADUATE SHOW
Chelsea College of Arts UAL, London

Plant My Basil Eat My Pesto – individual exhibition
PUNCTUM GALLERY, London
 

A-eight - group exhibition
(Poland Be My Health – installation selected in Open Call)
CENTRALA GALLERY, Birmingham

X-Position – group exhibition
GALLERIE 531, Susak Expo Biennale 2016, Susak Island, Croatia


Mash Ups for Janette Beckman
 - MA group exhibition
as a part of Punk Rock Hip Hop Mash Up Janette Beckman show
PUNCTUM GALLERY, London

Conversation in progress
– group exhibition
MILLS CENTRE GALLERY, London

2015
The FPS Members Exhibition – as a guest artist
(Transformation - selected works)
MENIER GALLERY, London

 
TRIANGLE GALLERY, London - group show
as a part of Chelsea MA programme


Traditions Run Deeper Than Law
– as a part of Something About Bodies exhibition
(Braided Vessel - work selected in Open Call)
RED GALLERY, London

The FPS Members Exhibition – as a guest artist
(Ming the Gap - selected work) 
MENIER GALLERY, London

Daddy Daddy Sleep Sleep Sleep… - as a part of residency projects presentation
ARTELES CREATIVE CENTER, Haukijärvi, Finland


2014
Emilia Maryniak. Paintings and Drawings – individual exhibition
SCHODY Gallery, Warsaw


The Little Experiment Art Competition
– group exhibition
(Mind The Gap painting - work selected in Open Call)
POSK Gallery, London


Irrepressibly
| Niepohamowanie - group exhibition
4ART Gallery, Gliwice (Poland)


GOSSIP | PLOTKA
- group exhibition
(For-Gossip | ZA-PLO-TKA - installation selected in Open Call)
TRAFO, Center for Contemporary Art in Szczecin (Poland)


Emilia Maryniak. Arche
– individual exhibition
IONION Center for the Arts and Culture, Cephalonia, Greece


Heaviness of the Nest
- installation
No4.fr, Kamienica Nowogrodzka, Warsaw


2013
(non)objects – individual exhibition
POSK Gallery, London


Transformation
– group exhibition
(two works selected for an annual alumni exhibition)
Heatherley’s, London


Transformation
– individual exhibition
BANKSIDE GALLERY, London


2012
Emilia Maryniak. Paintings – individual exhibition
ABAKUS Gallery, Warsaw


2010
In-Between – individual exhibition of paintings, drawings and installation
POSK Gallery, London


RESIDENCIES

2015 (April) – ARTELES Creative Centre, Finland
2014 (October) – IONION Centre of Arts and Culture, Cephalonia, Greece


DIDACTICAL ACTIVITY

for art museums and cultural institutions

1. The National Museum in Warsaw NMW 
since 2007 in Education Department

- giving lectures, talks and running workshops for teenagers and adults about art and its history
- preparing educational programs for teenagers and adults on permanent and temporary exhibitions (both independently and cooperatively) - 2011/2012

Selected:

2017
talk for adults:
Walking philosophy: What the women artists want?
(based on works by Katarzyna Kozyra and Julita Wójcik from the collection of The National Museum in Warsaw) 

lectures:
1. Consumption in traditional and contemporary art
2. Body and its meanings (in the second half of 20th and the beginning of 21st century art) 
3. Contemporary art analysed through the world-view of the 18th century Europe 

workshops/talks:
Avan-garde and Neo-avant-garde movements in the 20th Century Art - for the CENSA (Centre for the Art Schools Teachers' Education)  
in collaboration with Bozena Pysiewicz


2016
talks for adults (exhibition room) based on the collection of 20th and 21st Century Art Gallery at The National Museum in Warsaw – as a part of 2016/2017 lecture course

Propaganda and the concept of Free Art: 
1. Relation between art and policy in the Avant-garde movements (based on works by Władysław Strzemiński, Mieczysław Szczuka and others)
2. Socialist realism and its interpretations (based on Wojciech Weiss Manifesto)   
3. Corporations in contemporary art (based on works by Zbigniew Libera and Wilhelm Sasnal)

2014 - 2015
talks for adults (exhibition room) based on the collection of 20th and 21st Century Art and 19th Century Art Galleries – as a part of 2014/2015 lecture course
i.a. Andrzej Wroblewski’s art; Between socialism and socialist realism; Classics of Abstract Art; Artists of the Fin de siècle; Olga Boznańska and her generation


2014
workshops, talks and interviews with the most significant Polish contemporary artists - course coordinated by GESSEL Foundation for The National Museum in Warsaw (Paulina Rymkiewicz-Kalinowska)


2011 - 2012
workshops, talks for adults (exhibition room) based on the collection of The National Museum in Warsaw – as a part of 2011/2012 educational course for the Królikarnia Palace in Warsaw
i.a. Hello from Jerusalemworkshops about art in public space of the city based on Joanna Rajkowska’s work (with Przemyslaw Glowacki)


2012
educational programme for adults on The Exalted: From the Pharaoh to Lady Gaga exhibition (cooperatively)


2011
Women as Avant-gardists and Socialist-realists (Awangardzistki i Socrealistki) - as a part of Museum at Night’s talks


2009
On which side of the easel? Women in XIX century painting – as a part of Museum at Night’s talks


2008
introduction lectures with presentations (lecture room) and talks (exhibition room) about Avant-garde Movement on Into The Interwar Years exhibition


2008
introduction lectures with presentation (lecture room) and talks (exhibition room) about Women in Orient on Orientalism in Polish 19th and 20th Century Art exhibition


2. BWA Skierniewice - Art Center in Skierniewice, Poland
2017
lectures: 
1. Ana Mendieta - Body Land Art
2. Eco Art 
3. Creating reality - Bio Art - scheduled

2011-2012
lectures:
1. Maria Jarema. Art and Policy
2. Natalia Goncharova and Avant-garde Movement in Russia
3. Eduardo Kac. Bio Art
4. Pipilotti Rist


3. Center for Cultural Promotion in Praga District in Warsaw
2012
lectures:
1. Compositions, perspectives and colours
2. Photography and its relation with Fine Art


4. Pedagogical Department at The University of Warsaw - summer course for Polish Philologists
2012
workshops and lectures about history of art


5. Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanó
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2011
lecture based on the art collection of the Palace

CURATORIAL ACTIVITY
as curator’s assistant

2007- Anna Okrasko. Choppers – Okna Gallery, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw
2004 - Nika Jaworowska – Bluemelon Gallery, Warsaw

 

EDUCATION

2015-2016
Chelsea College of Arts – University of the Arts London
(MA Fine Art under the supervision of Brian Chalkley and Janette Parris)


2004-2009
Institute of Art History, University of Warsaw
(MA thesis about Maria Nicz-Borowiakowa and Avant-garde Movement written under the supervision of professor Maria Poprzęcka)


2001-2003
College of Fine and Visual Art in Warsaw
(Foundation degree; paintings under the supervision of professor Czesław Pius Ciapało)

also
2012-2013 
The Heatherley School of Fine Art in London
(Continuing Studies under the supervision of Tony Mott and George Levantis)

 

Works and lives in London/England and Warsaw/Poland

 

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