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Ryszard Wasko: Sky Over Lodz, 2006
  • Ryszard Wasko: Sky Over Lodz, 2006


    Material: Giclee Print on Hahnemuhle 310 gsm 100% Cotton Matt FineArt Archival Paper

    Rarity: Part of a Limited Series of 50 Standard Size and 50 Large Size Giclees

    Standard Size: 20 x 13 3/4 in  |  50.8 x 34.91 cm

    Large Size: 40 x 27 1/2 in  |  101.6 x 69.82 cm

    Guaranteed Authenticity: Includes NFT, Embedded "Digital Signature" NFC Chip, Security Ink, and Certificate of Authenticity

    Series: Art NSDRS Ryszard Wasko 2023

    Artist Recent Sale Price: $33,716 at Auction Grażyna Kulczyk Collection. Avant-garde


    * The Giclee print of this original digital art by the artist is carefully created for you in our studio after the purchase is complete. Please make sure to select Standard or Large size.

    With many of his works in major public collections like the National Galerie in Berlin, the Bauhaus Museum in Dessau, Centre Pompidou in Paris, Arts Council in London, and the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Polish artist Ryszard Wasko is one of the most influential multidisciplinary artists of the last century. His artistic output involves films, photography, video works, paintings, and drawings.


    He was the co-founder of the Workshop of the Film Form, one of the most important artistic groups in Poland in the 70s. Workshop was an avant-garde collective of painters, filmmakers, critics, poets, philosophers, and scientists, working with experimental film and multimedia. In 1990-1992, he worked as artistic director at MoMA PS1 and at the Institute of Contemporary Art in New York. In 1997-1999, he headed the Internationales Künstler Gremium based in Cologne.


    Today he continues to push the envelope from his home in Berlin. As Gregory Volk put it in "Meal for the Rich and the Poor," Ryszard Wasko's Selected Works:


    "The entire trajectory of Ryszard Wasko's career has comprised a substantial, in many ways risk-taking and innovative, extension and enlargement of the role of the artist. (...) He is, in fact, one of those figures who consistently shakes things up and pushes the borders of the possible, certainly with a sense of mission, but also with humor and verve."

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