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Andrzej Filipowicz

Andrzej Filipowicz

Andrzej Filipowicz is a painter (born 1974) , better known by the stage name Phil
finished Grodno State University of Y. Cupala name, the chair of art and world artistic culture. In 2000 got an honorable art-prize from Sachssche Kulturstftung Dresden in a view of art-probation to Kunstlerhaus Schloss, Wiepersdorf, Germany, where afterwards he learnt west-european art and finished with individual exhibition. Since 2002 manage and web-designer of art-project [622] Laboratory of Modern Art by financial support of Information Agency of USA.
Since 1995 began actively take part in the international pleners and exhibitions. Took part as a young artist in plener Lack in Poland, where also were presented masters of Polish modern art Jan Wolek, F.Starowieyski, E.Dwornik, Andrzej Kacperek and others by support Semper Polonia Foudation.His important exhibitions were presented in Jan Paderevsky museum in Warsawa;individual exhibitions also were presented in Dom Polonii Warsawa and Krakow and other cultural centers.
In his picturesque works traces pertain to modern impressionist painting.
Actively took part in work of the biggest Polish diaspora on the East. Nowadays he is the member of the Council of the Union of Polish Artists in Belarus attached to Union of Poles in Belarus--organization, leading by Angelica Boris and unrecognizable official Belarusian powers since 2005.

In the past years his works were shown in corporative collections: Zemper Polonia, PKN Orlen, Sachssche Kulturstftung Dresden and in the private collections of many countries of Europe, in America and Australia.

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