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The “Emotionalism” - Art Exhibition at the Kosciuszko Foundation in NYC

Marek Skulimowski - The Kosciuszko Foundation
June 13, 2024

The “Emotionalism” - Art Exhibition at the Kosciuszko Foundation in NYC

The event marks 30 years of the artistic activities of the Emotionalists group.

Join us on Thursday, May 30, at 7 PM at the Kosciuszko Foundation in NY for the “Emotionalism,” the multidisciplinary art exhibition featuring:

• sculptures by Renata Komorniczak;
• sculptures and paintings by Lubomir Tomaszewski;
• paintings by Aleksandra K. Nowak, Janusz Skowron, Maria Fuks, Zbigniew Nowosadzki, Maksymilian Starzec and Artur Skowron;
• illustrations by Beata Szpura;
• photographs by Janek Hausbrandt, Mieczyslaw Mietko Rudek, and Wojtek Kubik;
• tapestry by Jozefa Tomaszewska
and a jazz performance by Krzysztof Medyna, saxophone

Emotionalists is a multi-disciplinary group associating painters, sculptors, illustrators, photographers, graphic artists, textile designers, dancers, and musicians founded as an artistic movement in 1994 by sculptor, painter, and designer of the Polish School of Industrial Design, and professor emeritus at the University of Bridgeport, Lubomir Tomaszewski (1923-2018). The group has as its mission the return to the natural language of expression in art and seeks to awaken deep emotions in the viewer, to speak directly to the heart of a viewer who seeks a deeper connection to art and their life experiences. The group’s award-winning works have been exhibited internationally and at numerous galleries, colleges, and universities throughout the United States, including Seton Hall, Harvard, Northeastern, and Fordham.

To register: https://form.jotform.com/241415564637156

 

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