Zbigniew Rogalski

Air


Paris

  • , Untitled (Wing), 2007
    C-print mounted to aluminium, Plexiglas
    160 x 160 cm
  • , Untitled (Wing), 2007
    C-print mounted to aluminium, Plexiglas
    160 x 160 cm
  • , Untitled (Wing), 2007
    C-print mounted to aluminium, Plexiglas
    160 x 160 cm
  • , Untitled (Wing), 2007
    C-print mounted to aluminium, Plexiglas
    160 x 160 cm
  • , Concert of Matthew Shipp (1), 2007
    Pencil on paper
    50 x 70 cm

Press release

Almine Rech Gallery has the pleasure to announce the forthcoming personal exhibition of Zbigniew Rogalski. A series of unpublished works by the artist will be held at the gallery ground floor from May 25th until July 21st, 2007

In the past decades a swinging movement has drawn alternately painting from shadow to light on the international art scene. Present day contemporary art favours the emergence of a great number of painters, often identified with national schools of art, e.g. American, German or Polish.    
Zbigniew Rogalski is a Polish painter whose distinctive original research has already brought forth a remarkable corpus of works interweaving, in a very appealing manner, a delicate sense of narration and formal research, resulting in the figurative bareness of film aesthetics.

The Polish artistic creation was particularly rich in the twentieth Century. Although it often evolved outside the country’s frontiers, it is almost certain that the complex History of Poland at that time was the seminal ground of its artists’genuinely original vision…