Jaremi Picz

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Jaremi Aleksander Picz

(1955-02-26)26 February 1955
Lewin Brzeski, Poland
Known for
  • Painting
  • drawing
  • sculpture
  • printmaking
AwardsNomination - International Prize Caravaggio Grand Master of Art in Milan
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Jaremi Picz born On February 26, 1955, in Lewin Brzeski - Polish painter, sculptor and graphic artist honored with Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis ". In 2018 he was nominated for the international award International Prize Caravaggio Grand Master of Art in Milan. Owner of the Epicentrum Art Gallery in Opole.


His adventure with art began in earnest with the first large individual exhibition as part of the National Competition on Art Knowledge "Woman in Art", organized by the unforgettable Szymon Kobyliński in 1973.

In 1980, together with Roman Malinowski (ludowiec), he founded the Free Trade Unions in the Locomotives House. From August to the end of 1980, he worked voluntarily in a printing house Solidarity in Gdańsk Wrzeszcz, printing posters and leaflets.

In 1981 he went to the Federal Republic of Germany (1949–1990) and established cooperation with the Polish Gallery of Wacław Suchecki in Dusseldorf, where he exhibited his paintings. After two years of stay, in 1982 he returned to Poland. At that time, he worked in a private company in Wrocław, commissioning the Monument Conservation Studio and Museum of Architecture in Wrocław, he worked on renovation Old Jewish Cemetery in Wrocław and construction Museum of Culture Ludowa Pogórze Sudeckie in Kudowa-Zdrój Kudowa-Zdrój, and also during renovation of Lower Silesian castles. Then a short period of work at Museum of Architecture, Wrocław.

Then he started working on his own account and in 1988 he made the entrance door to Church of Saint Apostles Peter and Paul in Łubniany in Łubniny. In 1997, during 1997 Central European flood, all the works he had done by that time were destroyed. The loss of all his artistic output was a blow for Jaremi, resulting in a six-year break in his artistic work.

Foreign activities

His works have been exhibited at many foreign exhibitions, incl. at ART Carussel Du Louvre in Paris, at the J. Paderewski Polish Cultural Center in Brussels, Joie de Vivre in Italy at Menaggio Lago Di Como (individual), Societe des Artistes Independantes at the Grand Palaise in Paris (individual), Cannes Biennale in France, at the Art Carussel du Louvre in Paris (twice), PAKS Gallery in Munich (individual), PAKS Gallery in Vienna twice. As part of the representation of the Austrian PAKS Gallery and MAMAG Modern ART Museum, he exhibited at the Hubertendorf Castle (three times).

In 2018, he was nominated for the International Prize Caravaggio Grand Master of Art [1] in Milan and took part in the exhibition there.

Activity in Poland

Jaremi Picz took part in many plein-airs and cultural events. He collaborates with the ART Barbakan group in Warsaw and a group of artists associated with the Congress of Industry and Commerce in Warsaw.

From 1973, he constantly created and exhibited, among others; exhibitions at the Museum of Technology in Otrębusy, Galeria PZAP Na Pięterku in Łódź, Dom Polonii in Warsaw, Academic Club of the University of Opole in Opole, Galeria TZB Teresa Pomykały in Warsaw, Galeria Lufcik in Warsaw, DW Zdrowotel in Łeba, Galeria Zadra in Warsaw (three times) , TVN headquarters in Warsaw, OSiR Wilkasy near Giżycko, Galeria Hotel Novotel in Warsaw, DK in Lewin Brzeski, Gallery N-69 of the Art Barbakan Foundation in Warsaw, Hotel Verde Montana in Kudów, Museum of the Opole Region in Opole, DeSilva Hotel in Opole, Kotłownia Gallery in Kraków, Gołębiewski Hotel in Wisła, Zakrzów Palace near Wrocław. He exhibited at the Nokta Visual Arts Festival - first at the Zamostek Gallery and then at the Kochanowski Theater in Opole, he took part in the Winter Forest of Art exhibition in Opole twice.

Style and technique

In his work, an important role is played by art with the use of the mutual relationship and interaction between the spatial form (sculpture - a painted, ready-made object) with the use of the colors present in the picture and the plane of the picture painted on a plexiglass plate, which complement each other create various compositions depending only on the viewer object. The viewer can also take an active part in the creation process, changing subsequent configurations between the spatial object and the picture.

The second, parallel path is the work of the series under the conventional title Epicenter, in which more and more complex compositions are created - initially completely flat images, then images using the fluorescence effect of the paint in such a way that the image under UV light shows its second face, which remains invisible under normal lighting. During the next step to these paintings, he also creates animations that bring the whole composition to life, which often use sound and music, thus becoming forms that turn into optical installations.


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