Spotlight on: Polish artist Wojciech Fangor

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Wojciech Fangor, 'E2', 1965. Courtesy the artist and de Pury and de Pury.
Wojciech Fangor, ‘E2’, 1965. Courtesy the artist and de Pury and de Pury.
Wojciech Fangor, 'B11', 1966. Courtesy the artist and de Pury and de Pury.
Wojciech Fangor, ‘B11’, 1966. Courtesy the artist and de Pury and de Pury.
Wojciech Fangor, 'M30', 1968. Courtesy the artist and de Pury and de Pury.
Wojciech Fangor, ‘M30’, 1968. Courtesy the artist and de Pury and de Pury.
Wojciech Fangor, 'E3', 1965,  128 x 128cm.  Courtesy the artist and de Pury and de Pury.
Wojciech Fangor, ‘E3’, 1965, 128 x 128cm. Courtesy the artist and de Pury and de Pury.
Wojciech Fangor, 'M32', 1970, 229 x 495 cm. Courtesy the artist and de Pury and de Pury.
Wojciech Fangor, ‘M32’, 1970, 229 x 495 cm. Courtesy the artist and de Pury and de Pury.
Wojciech Fangor, 'B15', 1965, 131 x 131cm. Courtesy the artist and de Pury and de Pury.
Wojciech Fangor, ‘B15’, 1965, 131 x 131cm. Courtesy the artist and de Pury and de Pury.

From Wikipedia,

Wojciech Fangor (born November 15, 1922 in Warsaw) is a Polish painter, graphic artist,sculptor, and co-creator of the Polish School of Posters. He started in the Socialist realism manner, creating the “Korean Mother” (now in theNational Museum, Warsaw collection). He became one of founders of the Polish School of Posters.                                                                          In 1970 he had, as the sole Polish artist, an individual exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City.He designed murals on the station walls of the second line of Warsaw Underground in 2014.

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