Marlena Kudlicka

Field of Practice:

Visual Arts

City, Country:

Poznan, Poland


2003, 2004, 2005


Sept 2003 - Feb 2004

Born 1973 in Tomaszow Lub (Poland).

Studied painting and drawing at the College of Arts in Jaroslaw and at the Academy of Fine Art in Poznan. Since 2002 celluloid painter in an animation studio of a TV station and co-art creator in different advertising agencies in Poznan. She lives in New York and Poland.

Recent projects include group exhibitions:
»Open Day,« ISCP, New York (2007); »Visual Immortality,« 2nd International Biennale for Contemporary Art in Bulgaria; »Asylum NYC,« White Box Gallery, New York; »Basis & Igel,« Projektgruppe, Night of the Museums, Berlin (all 2006); »In expectation of,« Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart (2005); »Biennale Euroart,« Swinoujscie/Poland (2004); »Open Day,« Art Omi International Arts Center, New York (2003); »Nomenomen,« Municipal Gallery, Poznan/Poland (2002); »Flashback,« Festival Inner Spaces Multimedia, Poznan (2002); »Oxygenation,« Festival of Young Art, Krakow (2002).

Solo exhibitions: »NN,« Institute in Glasspavilion, Berlin (2007); »The Image That Emits No Shadow/SUNSET/,« Location One, New York (2005); »Blood vessel system – oxygenation,« Municipal Gallery Poznan, Poland; »Condition,« On Gallery, Poznan (2002).

Kudlicka was awarded a grant of the Academy of Fine Arts, Poznan/Poland in 1997/98. In 2002 she received the Young Art Award of Poznan. She was a fellow of Art Omi, New York (2003), the Residency Program Location One, New York and the Trust For Mutual Understanding Foundation Grant, New York (2004/2005). In 2006 she was awarded a Travel Grant of the Ministry of Culture in Poland and was a fellow of the Narodowe Centrum Kultury in Poland und the International Studio & Cultural Program (ISCP), New York.

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