Magdalena Karpinska
Warsaw — Poland
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Magdalena Karpinska was born in Warsaw, Poland, where she graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts. A prolific painter and illustrator, Magdalena works with canvases, papers, and textiles, constructing multi-dimensional painting compositions.
She explores nature as a vehicle for emotions, symbols, religion, and politics, moving smoothly between the realism based on the observation of nature and its deconstruction leading to abstraction. With focused attention to detail, she often approaches her work both as a composition and a visual puzzle. Karpinska carefully selects her objects, reducing them to their very essence.
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Magdalena Karpinska

1984 — Now
Selected Exhibitions and Achievements
2020 The Sunshine's gone - Solo Exhibition
Polana Institute, Warsaw, Poland
2019 Last Place On Earth - Group Exhibition
Polana Institute, Warsaw, Poland
2018 Better bitter - Solo Exhibition
Platan Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
2018 Too many fingers - Solo Exhibition
Polana Institute, Warsaw, Poland
2016 The Cormorants Island - Solo Exhibition
Starter Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2015 The black sheep, wild goose and rainbow in the dark
Illustrations, Malmö City Library, Sweden
2011 Geppert Competition Award
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2010 Scholarship of The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage
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Tel Aviv/Berlin — Israel/Germany
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