Grzegorz Pleszyński, born in 1955 in Olsztyn. Studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Nicolaus Copernicus in Toruń. Author of some 150 exhibitions and artistic actions carried out in Poland, Europe and Australia. Creator of the “Antidepressant School” action. Currently working creatively in Bydgoszcz and Berlin. Grzegorz Pleszyński is an artist, just an artist. He wakes up in the morning, looks at his drawing or painting and immediately begins to improve, add, and so it goes until noon and longer, until he gets cold and hungry finally, external factors interrupt his work. Many things are done by him at the same time. He begins a painting, finishes a drawing, writes a text and thinks of the music for it, thinks about the performance that is going do tomorrow or next week. His life is filled with art in a broad sense, in different contexts he uses all that is within his range for art and for himself
He uses all possible means of visual communication. He combines them into a unity in which a significant and dominant role is played by the artist himself. His presence, a way of being, build specific atmosphere both during the performance and in other artistic actions including also exhibitions of his paintings. He invites other artists and the audience to participate in his artistic activities. He has the ability to break down barriers between the artist and the audience. He is interested in the process of human relationships and contacts human existence in a social context and its conditioning by nature. His first paintings figurative spoke of love and corporeality. Then, going beyond the form of a painting, he continued his tale of man, seeing him in the cultural, social and political relationships. He began to look for happiness and peace of mind for himself and others in the “anti-depression” antidepressant school, antidepressant office, antidepressant art, antidepressant music. Because Grzegorz expanded its activities with sounds and musical phrases associated with the texts presented by him in the specific form of declamation. Songs from the latest album “Antidepressant Music in the Car” will accompany his paintings from the years 2011-2013, which are in abstract form, intuitively created in the artistic gesture, inspired by Jackson Pollock and graffiti art, with the memory of Marcel Duchamp.

Exhibition open until July 12th, 2013

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