Janusz Jutrzenka-Trzebiatowski is a famous and esteemed artist, a graduate from the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków. His works can be found in over ninety museums and collections in Poland and all over the world. This outstanding painter, sculptor, set designer, poet, medal and poster artist, gave to the city of Chojnice, his hometown, part of his magnificent works of art, which are presented now on the five floors of the historic tower. There are oil and pastel paintings from the “Pejzaż Chmur” (Landscape of clouds), “Studium do portretu” (Portrait Study), “Wierzby” (Willows), “Wierrzboformy” (Willow-forms), “Pejzaż muzyczny” (Musical Landscape), “Ptaki” (Birds), “Nad wodą” (By the water), “Światła w wodzie” (Light in the water) “Studium pejzażu” (Landscape study), “Pieta” (Pietà), “Tatry” (The Tatra Mountains), “Pejzaż siana” (Landscape of hay), “Tryptyk Armenii (Triptych of Armenia) or “Forma biologiczna” (Biological Form) cycles. The artist’s first works in medal art are projects of tourist and occasional badges. Most of them are the badges devoted to the Beskidy and Tatra Mountains and the ones connected to various events and institutions. Mr Janusz Trzebiatowski is also a collector. His collections are a kind of documentation of the artist’s various travels. The carved-in-wood 16th-Century figure of Buddha is the oldest exhibit in the Janusz Jutrzenka-Trzebiatowski’s Museum. The collection also includes: a statue of St. Florian (17th Century), a statue of St. Anna (middle of the 18th Century), a Ming Dynasty porcelain vase from China, an engraved Persian jug, an 18th-Century sacral fabric, a Romanism-style stone crucifix presenting Christ’s Passion, and an Afghan samovar or sculptures made in walrus tusks.
About the exhibition
Opening: Saturday May 18 2013
Exhibition periods: May 18 – June 18, 2013
Exhibition Location: Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art (No. 27 Duolun Road)
Organizers: STEIN&KORNOWSKA SP.z.O.O
Janusz Jutrzenka-Trzebiatowski’s Museum in Chojnice, Poland
Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art Rougart Collection
Supporter: General Consulate of Poland
Polish-Chinese Chamber of Commerce
Courtesy of the artists and Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art, for further information please visit www.duolunmoma.org.