Jubilee exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of Andrzej Szulc’s creative work
Jubilee exhibition commemorating the 50th
anniversary of Andrzej Szulc’s creative work
05.11.2020 – 10.01.2021
Small Gallery / Partyzantów 31a / Słupsk
Andrzej Szulc was born in Łódź in 1946. He obtained a degree from the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław and completed a postgraduate course in Television, Theatre and Cinema Set Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where he studied under the supervision of the outstanding artist Professor Józef Szajna. He has cooperated with numerous fellow directors from Poland and abroad since 1974 and has fifty-six theatre productions to his name. His artistic pursuits include easel painting, drawing, art design and set design.
Numerous theatre productions in Poland and abroad, including Castrop-Ranxel in Germany and Schwanberg in Austria; Participant and Commissioner of the International Plein-air Event for Young Artists in Miastko, Poland. A number of memorable lectures delivered during plein-air events, including “On Timbre”, “On Obesity”, “On the Emergence of Fire”, “Butts”. He also pursues literary activity, which includes poetry – his collection of poems brought him the Audience Award in the 1970 competition Basement “Bastard” in Wrocław, Poland, two performances “Pięknotyła” (Beaty and Obese) and “Pakiety” (Packets), as well as poetic essays and erotica. He wrote and directed the theatre play “Sacrum” which premiered in May 1974 in Konin, Poland. He has designed and co-designed numerous plein-air sets for the theatre Rondo in Słupsk, as well as participating in the series of plein-air events known as “M jak Morze” (S for Sea) in Ustka.
He has designed and executed a great many coats of arms, stained glass windows, etc. in the former province of Słupsk.
Winner of awards for stage design for “The Great Little King” (Wałbrzych) and “The Snow Queen” (Poznań). His artwork has been exhibited in group exhibitions in Poland and abroad.