Wacław Szpakowski

Forerunning visual works representing the currents of geometric art, minimalism and op-art in a sonified formula.


Pioneer of world geometric art, minimalism and op-art and a leading figure shaping the Polish avant-garde. He believed in creating a coherent visual system for describing reality and discovering rhythmic patterns in nature, architecture, science and art. He created a unique language of forms and signs reflecting the partial structure of the world, and his works are in the collections of the Museum of Art in Łódź and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Gerard Lebik plays Wacław Szpakowski (1883–1973) - "Rhythmic Lines Vol 2." | opening exhibition
Sanatorium of Sound 10 - spring
In Situ Contemporary Art Foundation, Zuzanna Fogtt and Gerard Lebik would like to invite you to the 10th edition of the Sanatorium of Sound Festival in Sokołows