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Press Releases from Szczesny Factory (4 total)

CU1 Gallery presents Stefan Szczesny

Miami, FL - On the occasion of Art Basel Miami Beach CU1 Gallery presents an exceptional exhibition of the internationally renowned artist Stefan Szczesny. The exhibition will be on display from December 1-7 at CU1 Gallery's exhibition space in downtown Miami. A former protagonist of the bold figurative painters of the “Neue Wilde” (Nouveaux Fauves), Szczesny is widely known for his exuberant and sensual style celebrating the beauty of life.

Szczesny exhibition in New York: “Neue Wilden works from the 80s”

From September 12 to October 8, 2012, 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel presents a selection of early 80s works by the internationally acclaimed artist Stefan Szczesny, in the framework of an exhibition entitled “Szczesny: Neue Wilden works from the 80s.” The exhibition is curated by the renowned art critic Donald Kuspit. Stefan Szczesny was born in Munich in 1951. He became famous as one of the protagonists of the so-called

Stefan Szczesny: Major exhibition in Frankfurt am Main, Summer 2012

A major exhibition of Stefan Szczesny’s artworks will open on June 28, 2012, in Frankfurt’s Palmengarten. The exhibition will feature about 70 sculptures, in particular the artist’s black-steel “shadow sculptures”, but also paintings and ceramics. The exhibition’s epicentre is the Palmengarten, but artworks will be on display in other locations as well. Born in Munich in 1951, Stefan Szczesny is among the protagonists of the ‘Junge Wilde’ movement which emerged

Current exhibition: ‘Shadows in the park’ in Bergisch-Gladbach, Germany

The parkways of Grandhotel Schloss Bensberg and Schlosshotel Lerbach in Bergisch-Gladbach near Cologne currently host an exhibition featuring a number of the so-called ‘shadow sculptures’ by the German artist Stefan Szczesny. The exhibition is part of a series of installations of these sculptures under the general title ‘Shadows in…’. Previous venues were St. Moritz, Sylt and Saint-Tropez. Born in Munich in 1951, Stefan Szczesny is among the protagonists of the

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