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Anna Krzemińska, Klęska i Zwycięstwo, batik, 2013.JPG

Anna Krzeminska

Defeat and Victory

2x batik on cotton (170x300 cm each)

The artist communicates with the audience using the most synthetic form of a sign, in a way similar to Indonesian batik patterns.


The message of her work is always subordinated to saturated colour and strong light, penetrating the fabric, enhancing the saturation of colour, and having also a symbolic, spiritual dimension. This striving for sonority of colour and luminosity of hue stems from the artist’s experience of treating batik just like stained glass. The colour splashes in her easel painting are also characterised by the softness of modelling and the saturation with the energy of light, retained in synthetic forms of signs.

Anna Krzemińska


a researcher and lecturer at the Faculty of Interior Design of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. In 2019, she obtained a PhD degree at the Faculty of Painting of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Organiser and curator of exhibitions in Poland as well as abroad as part of an international exchange programme between partner universities and foreign research trips for employees of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw

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