Abstracting politics, flattening forms
“the rural and urban collective imagination of post-Communist Poland”
Polish-born and living in Berlin, Przemek Pyszczek came to art after specializing in environmental design while studying architecture in Winnipeg. He boasts an international résumé, having exhibited his work at venues like Paris’s Galerie Derouillon; London’s Kinman Gallery and Calvert 22; Los Angeles’s Nicodim Gallery; and several Berlin galleries, including Kwadrat, Sexauer, and Peres Projects. He’s been widely recognized in the press, including by publications like Artforum, Artsy, Der Tagesspiegel, and artnet News, which dubbed him one of the most exciting artists in Europe today.