Autor

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Maciej Byczkowski

Maciej Byczkowski is a traveler and photographer, musician and businessman. Author of exhibitions, photos to the publications and film director. He is fascinated by Impressionism as a form that allows to see in one image it’s variety implications, inspired by the light and illusion. His work often called “the impressionistic photography existing on the border of the worlds”.

Events :

  • “Touch of the Sun” – The Witold Lutoslawski Concert Studio in Warsaw, 2005 (Photography exhibition accompanying the premiere of the music album “Kham” of
    the “TERNO”  Gypsy Musical Theatre)
  • “Magic Sunrise Sunset” – Gallery “Sadhu Cafe”, Warsaw, 2005
 (Photography exhibition)
  • “Greeting to the Sun” – Gallery “Sadhu Cafe”, Warsaw, 2005 
(Photography exhibition)
  • “Touch of the Sun” – Gallery “Sadhu Cafe”, Warsaw, 2005 
(Photography exhibition)
  • “Sunrises and Sunsets” – Museum of Wolin National Park in Miedzyzdroje, 2006 (Photography exhibition)
  • “Music is life” – Gallery “Sadhu Cafe”, Warsaw, 2006
 (Photography exhibition)
  • “From the love to India ” – Gallery “CityZen”, Warsaw, 2007
 (Photography exhibition)
  • “The Sun of India” – Indian Days in Gdansk, University of Gdansk, 2007
 (Photography exhibition and a multimedia presentation)
  • ” The Sun of India ” – The Atelier Theatre of Agnieszka Osiecka in Sopot, 2007 (Photography exhibition)
  •  POLO in Poland 1911-2011 – photographs in the anniversary publication, 2011
  • “The Sun of India” – Festival of Asian Culture “Made in Asia”, University of Gdansk, 2013 (Photography exhibition)
  • “AIRE y TIERRA” – Music Festival “La Folle Journée 2013”, Teatr Wielki – Opera Narodowa in Warsaw, 2013 (visualization of the performance CAFÉ CORTAO COMPANIA FLAMENCA)
  • “Human Rights. I See”, The Polish Theatre of Arnold Szyfman in Warsaw, 2013 (exhibition of the photographic works)
  • “Bohemian Lounge”, Gallery Winiarnia “Kotlownia”, Warsaw, 2014 (exhibition of the photographic works)
  • “Orientro”, Gallery “Zielona Oliwka” Restaurant, Warsaw, 2014 (exhibition of the photographic works)
  • “Yatra Dromenca – Following Nomads”, II edition of “Pardes Festival – Encounters with Jewish culture”, Villa Ima, Kazimierz Dolny, 2014 (exhibition of the photographic works)
  • “Human Rights. I See – Legacy”, Museum of King Jan III’s Palace at Wilanów, Warsaw, 2015 (exhibition of the photographic works)
  • “Human Rights. I See”, “ZAMEK” Cultural Center, Wrocław 2015 (exhibition of the photographic works)
  • “Human Rights. I See”, The Museum of the Dialogue of Cultures (the branch of National Museum in Kielce), Kielce 2015 (exhibition of the photographic works)
  • “Human Rights. I See”, Piast Castle, Racibórz 2016 (exhibition of the photographic works)
  • “Human Rights. I See”, The National Museum in Szczecin – The Dialogue Centre Upheavals, Szczecin 2016 (exhibition of the photographic works)
  • “Human Rights. I See”, International House of Culture in Międzyzdroje, 2016 (exhibition of the photographic works)
  • Opening night of the film „The Great Love of the King” in the White Hall of the Museum of King Jan III’s Palace at Wilanów, Warsaw 2018
  • “I See the Human Rights”, Centrum Promocji Kultury Praga-Południe, Warsaw 2018 (exhibition of the photographic works)
  • “I See the Human Rights”, Free Word Association (SWS), Warsaw 2019 (exhibition of the photographic works)
  • “I See the Human Rights”, 14th African Film Festival in Kinoteka (Cinema in PKiN), Warsaw 2019 (exhibition of the photographic works)
  • Mappings of The Royal Palace Dance Scene (films directed by Maciej Byczkowski). Mapping is a 3D projection that combines light, image and sound. The Royal Palace Dance Scene was displayed on the Wilanów Palace façade during The Royal Garden of Light, Warsaw 2022
  • “I See the Human Rights”, Muzeum Ziemi Nadnoteckiej im. Wiktora Stachowiaka, Trzcianka 2022 (exhibition of the photographic works)
  • Mappings of The Royal Palace Dance Scene (films directed by Maciej Byczkowski). Mapping is a 3D projection that combines light, image and sound. The Royal Palace Dance Scene was displayed on the Wilanów Palace façade during The Night of Museums, Warsaw 2022
  • “I See the Human Rights”, M-GOK in Krzyż Wielkopolski, 2022 (exhibition of the photographic works)
  • Opening night of the film “The Journey of Beautiful Souls” in the White Hall of the Museum of King Jan III’s Palace at Wilanów, Warsaw 2022 (motion picture performance)
  • “I See the Human Rights”, Biblioteka Publiczna Miasta i Gminy im. ks. J. Tischnera in Drezdenko, 2022 (exhibition of the photographic works)

Maciej Byczkowski represented by ENSI ART

For all fine art prints inquiries please contact:

Katarzyna Byczkowska – ENSI ART

ph. GSM + 48 602 180 591; ph. +4822 6201200

e-mail: ensi.art@ensi.net