People expecting conventional paintings happen to visit my atelier, looking for well-defined Kossak-like works and such. They go into my orbit and in their eyes I can sometimes see admiration and some other times horror. It’s because they have never ever before seen such intense colours and such verve in operating layers of paint. And I am not afraid of painting, I have no fear of canvas.
For those who are seeking new places, experiences and heights. For art connoisseurs and party animals. Jacek Łydżba’s exhibition in Soho Factory – the trendiest destination in Warsaw’s Praga – is an invitation to enter an energetic orbit of painting. Łydżba seduces his audience with bold colours and a repertoire of his favourite motifs. This is going to be a gathering of gorgeous female cyclists, tamed wolves and cult aeroplanes. For one evening that huge post-industrial hall will be filled with paintings and Jacek’s male and female fans. The guests will also have a chance to enjoy beer and live music.
Tuesday, April 19th, 8 p.m., Soho Factory, 25 Mińska Street.
Live: Maciej Obara Trio