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Nowy minialbum w serii poświęconej najwybitniejszym polskim rzeźbiarzom przedstawia twórczość Władysława Hasiora (1928–1999), uznanego i niezwykle wszechstronnego artysty związanego z Podhalem.
“Abakanowicz. Sculpture” presents the art of one of the most outstanding Polish artists, Magdalena Abakanowicz (1930–2017), who made a name for herself primarily as the author of artistic fabrics, including monumental spatial compositions referred to as abakans from her last name.
Myjak. Sculpture commences a new mini-series dedicated to the most famous Polish sculptors. The first volume presents Adam Myjak, a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, multiple rector of his alma mater, creator of numerous statues and outdoor pieces in Poland and Germany, and theatre stage designer.
Kazimierz Gustaw Zemła (born 1931) – one of the most famous modern Polish sculptors. Graduate and teacher and for a few years also dean of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Author of over 60 solo exhibitions, awarded the Order of Polonia Restituta Grand Cross.
The mini-album presents the art by Antoni Rząsa (1919–1980) – a sculptor born in Futoma in Subcarpathia, later tied to Zakopane. Although he personally did not identify himself with any religion, in his works, he focused on Christian themes.
Piotr Gawron (born in 1943) – a sculptor and teacher, graduate of the Faculty of Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in the studios of Zofia Demkowska and Tadeusz Łodziana (1966–1972), then lecturer, and since 1994, professor of the Academy. In his art, he focuses on small-size and portrait sculptures and medal making.