Pawel Orlowski  (b. 1975) - sculptor and lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow.

He studied sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow (1995- 2000) in the studio of Professor Joseph Sekowski and at the Universität der Künste in Berlin in the studio of Professor Karlheinz Biederbick. The work at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow began in 2000, as an assistant in Professor. Andrew Zieblinski. In 2008 he receives his Doctorate and the position of lecturer. Currently he holds a senior position in sculpture studio at the department of visual art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow

Pawel received many awards and distinctions in Polish and international competitions and art reviews. He has participated in more than 50 art projects, exhibitions and symposiums around the world (including the US, Canada, Germany, Italy, Slovakia). Since 2001 he has collaborated with The Wilson Shaft Gallery in Katowice. Since 2013 he has collaborated with Jan Potocki and The New Era Art foundation.

Exhibitions and art. projects:

  • Exhibition "Configurations", Cracow Artistic Meetings (2017);
  • Exhibition "Transformation in the Palace" courtyard of the Palace under the Rams in Krakow (2017);
  • Exhibition “Design and Arts” Postępu 14 in Warsaw (2017);
  • Art Fair, Art Palm Beach International in Miami, USA (2017);
  • Art Fair, Art Basel Week in Miami SPECTRUM, USA (2016);
  • "TRANSFORMATION" monumental realization in public space in Warsaw (2016);
  • Exhibition "PAWEL ORLOWSKI" in the Boleslaw Biegas Museum in Warsaw (2016);
  • Exhibition "BOTY" in the Małopolski Ogród Sztuki in Cracow (2015);
  • Exhibition "Design and Arts" in the Branch of the Modern Piece of the National Museum in Gdańsk (2015);
  • Exhibition Sketches artists from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, Gallery of Fine Arts in Cracow (2015);
  • Sculpture "EUROPA" in the permanent collection of the European Union House in Bratislava, Slovakia (2015);
  • "Metal Inspirations 2002/2014” international exhibition at the STM Museum of Transport in Bratislava, Slovakia (2014);
  • "EuroBLECH” international exhibition in Hanover, Germany (2014);
  • MODDOM international exhibition in Bratislava, Slovakia (2014);
  • The Visual Arts Department team exhibition at the Gallery, Academy of Fine Arts Cracow (2014);
  • International exhibition at the Museum of Technology in Kosice, Slovakia (2014);
  • „Metal Inspirations 2014” Sculpture Symposium in Kosice, Slovakia (2014);
  • „Silence” exhibition at the ,,Cellar Under the Rams” in Krakow (2013);
  • „Sztukobranie” Young Art fair Palace under the Rams in Krakow (2013);
  • Exhibitionat the „Gallery Wiatrak” in Cracow (2013);
  • Art Fair in Krakow (2013);
  • "Art. Session”Sculpture Symposium, in Krakow (2011);
  • Exhibition „Sculpture Park” Saska Kepa in Warsaw (2010);
  • Exhibition „Cut outs", Wilson Shaft Gallery in Katowice (2010);
  • Statue of Joseph Wieczorek- reactivation in the Janow Nikiszowiec in Katowice (2010);
  • Exhibition together with German artists from the group "Querschlag “ in Gallery of the Wilson Shaft Gallery in Katowice (2008); 
  • "Walking Art Tour” presentation of Polish artists in Warsaw (2007);
  • Art Fair KunStart07 in Bolzano, Italy (2007);
  • Exhibition at the Wilson Shaft Gallery in Katowice (2006);
  • „Fe. Contact” group exibition at the Oskar Schindler's Factory in Krakow (2006);
  • „Fe. Contact” Sculpture Symposium at the AGH University of Science and Technology (Krakow 2006);
  • Krakow's artists exibition at the Consulate General of Germany in Krakow (2006);
  • Cabaret Review „PaKa” installation art in Swinoujscie (2006);
  • Sculpture Triennial Castle Centre in Poznan (2006);
  • Exhibition M25 Club (Warsaw, 2006);
  • „Intervention in public space” Castle Square (Warsaw, 2006);
  • "Kleine Welt-Grosse Welt” International Sculpture Symposium in Arnstadt, Germany (2004);
  • Exhibition at the Polish Film Festival in Montreal, Canada (2004);
  • Exhibition at the Gallery of Modern Art in Myślenice (2004);
  • Art workshops at the Sziget Festival in Budapest, Hungary (2003);
  • International group exhibition at the U.S. Steel Košice in Slovakia (2003);
  • "Andy Warhol” International Sculpture Symposium in Kosice, Slovakia (2003);
  • Group exhibition Gallery ZPAP Krakow (2002);
  • "Jubilee exhibition” sculpture studio of prof. Joseph Sękowski the Palace of Arts in Krakow (2002);
  • Art fair Antiquarian and Contemporary Art in Krakow (2001);
  • "The second change” at the Wilson Shaft Gallery in Katowice (2001)
  • "Pierwalk" international group exhibition in Chicago, USA (2001);
  • „Netherlands eyes of Poles" exhibition at the Lubomirski Palace in Warsaw (2000);
  • „Diplomas 2000” at the Palace of Arts in Cracow (2000);
  • Art fair, Antiquarian and Contemporary Art in Krakow (2000);
  • „Wie Bitte” an international group exhibition at the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin, Germany (1999);
  • „Grenzuberschreitungen” international exhibition at Centre for Scientific Bad Godesberg, Bonn, Germany (1999);

Awards and distinctions :

  • The Socrates/Erasmus EU program grant: at the Universität der Künste in Berlin (Berlin, 1998-1999);
  • Master of Fine Arts degree, diploma with honors from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, supervisor Professor Joseph Sękowski (Krakow, 2000);
  • Award at the International Festival "Events"for work"The Seven Sins" (Tczew, 2000);
  • Award at the International Festival "Events"for work "Masks (Tczew, 2001);
  • Grand Prix in the contest " Art Dea 2003" (Warsaw, 2003);
  • The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage Scholarship for Artist "Young Poland" (Warsaw, 2005);
  • The City of Krakow Scholarship for the Young Artists (Krakow 2005);
  • The Socrates / Erasmus EU Scholarship for Teachers, Universität der Künste Berlin (2004-2009);
  • Award of the Rector the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow for achievements in artistic and teaching (2014);

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