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The human being is always central to my interests: the values that shape us and the relationships we build with others. By exploring human desires and emotions, many questions about the modern condition intrigue me. I try to answer them through sculpture, at the same time sculpting myself slowly day
Michał Jackowski was born on September 14, 1978 in Białystok, Poland. He graduated from the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts in Poland in 2003. At the centre of his compositions are people, their spiritual condition, and interpersonal relations. By using timeless, classical aesthetics Michał frames eternal questions that we all need to confront. Antique elements go hand in hand with those lifted from the world of pop-culture to encourage viewers not only to reflect upon themselves but also their connection with the past as well as the here and now.
His works were awarded during last art biennale in Florence 2017. In 2018 Michal’s sculptures were present during Art Basel Week and other shows and exhibitions: Zurich, London, Como(Italy).
He works in his studio in Poland where every year he brings blocks of Italian carrara marble, and also makes bronze sculptures. From 15y he also performs custom works where you need a handy craftsman.
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Michal Jackovski starts from a classicist concept of art but knows how to touch our soul, with the harmonious perfection of the forms but, at the same time, make us reflect on our contemporaneity.
Playing with the modelsof ancient art, he brings new questions to us, pushes us to search for new answers. And that is how, by admiring his sculptures, we also
With these assumptions, its Antique Games Series is born: mythology of the society in which we live, affected by an unbridled consumerism that engulfs everything:
objects, fashions but also feelings, interpersonal relationships and ... art.
How to get out alive? Michal suggests a way for us.
He makes these Ancient Games a means of reinterpreting art and rediscovering that through expressiveness and Beauty, one can reflect on contemporary society
without being sucked into it.
An aesthetic exercise and, at the same time, meditation on our current condition.
Perhaps we will find that spark of Infinity that we carry inside and which, too often, is covered by the sooty dust of a pressing routine, which leaves no time, not
even to reflect.
All we need to do is stop and ask ourselves some questions.
Maybe just discovering something about us and our existence in one of the sculptures Jackowski created for us.
And what about the result? An Old Game more ?contemporary? many other ?games? that populate the art nowadays, and that can make us think about ourselves
and the world in which we are immersed without sacrificing to make us glow with beauty.
Now the Challenge is launched, and we can not go back but play: confronting these works will be a bit like looking in the mirror. The essential thing will be to be
ready to inner analyse ourselves ...
"The Mystic I" by Sapna Khan. The Lahore based artist exhibited at @artroomsfairs #roma19. https://t.co/zAKWvjEnXT https://t.co/QOzePfi5ga
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"Flowering Tree" by Raisa Graf. https://t.co/srJebO2cZK https://t.co/SZ84awPGbO
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"River" by Maria Tzoutzouli. https://t.co/fo8UqLiWRn https://t.co/yx4wGZxKz5
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