Wojciech Domagalski


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Wojciech Domagalski (b. 1984, Łódź), is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (2010), he studied under Prof. Lech Majewski. He received his doctorate from the Faculty of Graphic Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in 2018. His field of interest includes painting, drawing, graphic art and graphic design. In terms of his commercial designs, Dr Domagalski works as an independent graphic designer within the “Nowa robocza” design studio. His work has featured in 15 solo exhibitions and over 100 group exhibitions in Poland and around the world, including Germany, France, Italy, Israel, China, Japan and the US). In 2016, he was awarded a grant from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage. Dr Domagalski has won a number of awards for his work, including: Silver Medal at the 26th Polish Poster Biennale in Warsaw, the 8th and 9th Graphic Arts Triennale in Katowice (2013, 2015), the V International Drawing Contest in Wrocław (2012), the Art Scholarship of the city of Warsaw (2011), the Irena and Adam Galikowski Awards (2010), the President of Warsaw’s Grand Prix 2009; he was also a finalist at the Hestia Artistic Journey competition. His work can be found in many collections, including: the Zuckerman Museum of Art (US), the Warsaw Historical Museum, the Warsaw Poster Museum at Wilanów, the International Graphic Art Triennale Association in Krakow, the “Golden Bee” Moscow Graphic Art Biennale, the Triennale “Stage Poster” Fund in Sophia. Dr Domagalski’s published work includes: “OTO Polish poster art”, Dorota Folga-Januszewska (2018); “The Best Polish Poster Illustration”, Grzegorz S. Budnik (2017); “Print Control no. 6: Best printed from Poland” (2017).