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At the beginning of August in the bay of Gdańsk, an exhibition presenting the work of Wojciech Siudmak was inaugurated, as well as an encounter with the artist revealing the behind-the-scenes creation of his latest sculpture “In Search of Sounds”, the first copy of which was immediately sold out.

On Saturday, June 10, 2023, at the Embassy of Poland in Paris, the ceremony for the presentation of the “Remarkable Poles in France” Awards took place.

The laureates were honored for their exceptional commitment and actions in promoting Poland in France.

The awards were given in the fields of “Culture,” “Science,” “Personality,” and “Young polish”.

While strolling along Łódź’s promenade, it is worth turning into Więckowskiego Street, where above the gate at number 4, the inscription “Naissance du jour” (Birth of the Day) can be seen. Stepping inside, we are transported into a fairy-tale world of fantasy.

Wojciech Siudmak is an artist who belongs to the leading representatives of fantastic realism. He was born in 1942 in Wieluń, and has been living in France for over 50 years. It is his two paintings, “Birds in Paradise » and “Birth of the Day », that adorn the courtyard & the well at Więckowskiego Street 4. 

A unique retrospective of Wojciech Siudmak’s work took place at the Fantastic Art Museum in Warsaw.

The exhibition included over 60 works by the Polish painting legend, including his most famous paintings, drawings and sculptures. Wojciech Siudmak is one of the few Polish artists to have achieved truly international renown. His admirers include major filmmakers such as Denis Villeneuve, Federico Fellini, George Lucas and Jean-Jacques Annaud. For years, his surreal visions have fascinated and influenced the imaginations of millions of fantasy fans around the world.

A retrospective exhibition of the work of Wojciech Siudmak, painter and sculptor of the fantastic realism movement.

The exhibition will feature over 60 works by the legend of Polish painting, including his most famous paintings, drawings and sculptures.

Among his admirers are renowned filmmakers such as Federico Fellini, George Lucas, Jean-Jacques Annaud, and Denis Villeneuve, as well as many other artists and intellectuals.

Siudmak’s work has been frequently used for music, theatre and cinema posters. They have become symbols of exceptional events, such as the Montreal, Paris and Cannes film festivals (where he is the only artist in history to have designed the poster for 3 consecutive years).