Lot 38 - Hesi Glowacki - Bratu
Pure Pigments, Acrylic and Mixed Media on Paper
A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork
Signed on Verso
Born in Poland, lives and works in London, United Kingdom
Hesi Glowacki’s work focuses on themes that encompass memory and trauma, as well as queer mythologies.
Through the play between abstraction and figuration, he explores the connections between the body and nature, the internal and the external, the sacred and the mundane, and materialization and transcendence. Spanning influences from alchemy and religion, personal experience, and popular culture, Glowacki sets the cycles of destruction and repair.
Through the unique use of language, materials, and techniques, he asks questions about the body and its experience, and about the nature of things and their transformation.
2021 - 2023 MA Painting, Royal College of Art
2017 - 2020 BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) Fine Arts, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London (UAL)
2016 - 2017 Foundation Diploma in Fine Arts, CityLit, University of the Arts London (UAL)
2022 RAW, Soho Revue, London, UK
2022 RCA WIP SHOW, Royal Collage of Art, Online, UK
2020 New Futures Digital, The Art Vault, Digital, Kovet.Art Gallery, London
2020 London Grads Now, Moving Away Moving Closer, Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom
2020 Graduate Showcase, University of the Arts London, Digital Exhibit, London
2020 Burnt Out, Open Studio, Central Saint Martins, London, United Kingdom
2019 Waiting, Open Studio, Central Saint Martins, London, United Kingdom
2019 Calthorpe Project & Central Saint Martins, Support Every, London, United Kingdom
2019 Chorus, Open Studio, Central Saint Martins, London, United Kingdom
2019 Tate Modern & Central Saint Martins, Tate Exchange, London, United Kingdom
2018 C302 Collective, Moving Gallery 4 Locations, London, United Kingdom
2018 Tenants, Open Studio, Central Saint Martins, London, United Kingdom
2017 Copeland Gallery, WHAT IF...? City Lit, London, United Kingdom
2017 Jordi Miquel Gallery, Expo Colectiva, Barcelona, Spain
2015 Light Space Time Gallery, International Abstract Art Online Edition
2013 IPA’s Hometown Gallery, Santa Monica Art Studios, USA
2019 Phoebe Llewellyn Smith Award Winner
2018 - 2020 University of the Arts London Scholarship
2017 Royal Female School of Art (RFSA) Award
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