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The exhibition showcases nearly 100 iconic works by Master Wojciech Siudmak, renowned through various cultural events and publications. Among them is the sculpture “The Conductor” (2023), created based on the painting “The Pursuit of Sound,” presented in two versions, one in bronze and the other in a large-scale format produced using 3D printing.

The 20th anniversary edition of the Warsaw Art Fair took place on November 25 and 26, 2023. This is one of the most important cultural events in Poland. More than 100 leading modern art galleries, antique shops and auction houses from Poland and abroad offer achievements of remarkable artists. Over 12,000 visitors attended the event.

The exhibition of works by the outstanding Polish painter, graphic artist and sculptor Wojciech Siudmak, which took place in Pamplona – the capital of the province of Navarra, located on the northern edge of Spain, reverberated in the cultural life of the city and the region. The venue of the exhibition was an extremely prestigious exhibition hall, a historic building dating back to the 15th century called Polvorin (Powder House).

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”.

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).

Whenever a theatrical performance features creations by famous and recognized masters, the stagings take on a special meaning. They are perfectly remembered both by the artists taking part in them and by the delighted audience.

In 2021, the same was true with G. Verdi’s opera “Don Carlos”, accompanied on stage by the paintings of another master, considered the main representative of fantastic realism – Wojciech Siudmak.