BROOKLYN

Recent painting and sculpture by Halina Marki and Winicjusz Lysik.Postcard front2
Opening reception Oct. 16, 6-9pm
On view Oct. 16 to Nov. 9, 2

Focusing on the unspoken interconnectedness that links all human beings,  Brooklyn-based artists Halina Marki and Winicjusz Lysik reflect on the constantly evolving rhythm of human life, and on Man’s place within a powerful and sometimes abrupt nature.

Using repetition of shapes, patterns, letters and numbers, they question the relationship between nature and culture, organism and construction, symbolism and reality. In BROOKLYN, they particularly concentrate on translating the crisscrossing of people and cultures from all around the world – just as it is in our city of multitudes – into a visual vocabulary.

Halina Marki was born in Germany, and studied in Philadelphia, Cracow, and Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts
She has been living, working and exhibiting in New York since 1982. She and Winicjusz Lysik share a studio in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.Winicjusz Lysik was born in Poland and studied at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. He has been living, working and exhibiting in New York since 1982.

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