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Wincenty Dunikowski-Duniko  1947, PL

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1947 Born

Wincenty Dunikowski-Duniko’s sources of concept of life and artistic attitude lie in the late period of conceptual art and in the post-conceptual breakthrough. The problems of the study on the media of artistic creation, the appropriateness of representation in relation to reality, notation of ephemeral processes, pragmatic choice of the language of creation are enriched with an attractive gesture staffage. Continuous change, and simultaneously series continued for a long time, the sequential mode of creation, presence of time in artistic reflection, ‘dissolving’ of art in the space of everyday life or ironic defiance of traditional artistic values are the most distinct characteristics of the artist’s multi-dimensional activity.
In the artist’s inter-disciplinary practice, we can distinguish two areas. In the first one, he concentrates on the problem of development of the form, integrating almost all methods of realization – crossover had been his artistic practice long before the term was coined. The artist’s leitmotif is the motto I am always changing (1972) and an extensive theory: The Power of Concept – Energy of Art (1972/1973). The other area is connected with the extenting of the notion of art. Intellectual experiments are usually accompanied by syndromes of rebellion, which can be understood in different ways and which are expressed in the manifesto to be is to be against (1972) – Duniko used to be called ‘an anarchist without a cause’. The artist defines his activity as his personal reaction to the state of culture consciousness.
Among the points which focus Duniko’s artistic biography, we should list works from the series Moment Art (transparent photographs Duniko’s Breath, 1974/1976, Common Print with Breath, 1980 and The Hammering Artist, 1976), documentation of actions (among others Groceries, 1973, Labyrinth, 1973), monumental pictures (From the Series T, 1989), photographs and objects from the series Scraped Away Screens (1973/1989), works from the series Point of No Return and Story of Point of No Return, installations Current Programme, or works dedicated to Barnett Newman Who Is Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue Death (1978) and others. Material works are complemented by texts-manifestos, which turned out to be fraught with consequences for the whole of Duniko’s production and to which he remains faithful until today, among others My best picture is a day, My best graphic is a night, My best sculpture is my wife, 1973; My best video is the current programme, 1974).
Wincenty Dunikowski-Duniko gained international recognition in mid-seventies for his series of projects Stamp Albums, Albums (1971), Projections (1973/1974) and Moment Art (1976), which have gained many awards at prestigious exhibitions in Poland and abroad. He was the founder of the fictitious Centre of Artistic Programming Duniko (1972). He took part in the exhibitions of Polish neo-avant-garde of the seventies. In the 80 he realized installations and objects from the series Ready for Use (since 1980) and New ‘New’ Revolution (since 1985). The next decade resulted in the series The Current Programme (since 1992, on the basis of his idea from 1974), Point of No Return (since 1992), Story of Point of No Return (since 1998) and Early Post Fossilien Painting (since 1999). The works from the eighties and nineties were presented among others in Kassel, Heidelberg, Mulhous, Berlin, Ludwigshafen, Orońsko, Warsaw and Melbourne. The turn of the 20th and 21st centuries was marked by retrospective exhibitions in Cracow, Heidelberg, Orońsko and Bielsko-Biała.

Wincen ty Dunikowski-Duniko (born 1947) graduated from the Art Academy in Krakow in 1974. Now he lives and works in Bonn, Berlin and Cracow.
The artist’s works are in Polish and foreign collections, among others in the National Museum in Warsaw, Nationalgalerie in Berlin, Schering Kunstverein in Berlin, Bank of America in San Francisco, Moderna Galerija in Ljubljana, Museum of the Southwest in Midland.
His art was reviewed by many outstanding historians of art and critics, including Ryszard Stanisławski, Konrad Scheurman, Hans Gercke, Lars Brandt, Jan Stanisław Wojciechowski, Ryszard W. Kluszczyński, Tomasz Gryglewicz.
Lives and works in Bonn, Berlin and Krakau

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2008
   Wincenty Dunikowski-Duniko - Retrospektive - Galeria Bielska BWA, Bielsko-Biala

2007
   Wincenty Dunikowski-Duniko - Happy Birthday - Foto-Medium-Art Gallery, Krakow

2005
Description  Spiel 05: Wincenty Dunikowski-Duniko - Points of No Return - brot.undspiele galerie, Berlin

2002
   Wincenty Dunikowski-Duniko - Retrospektive - Centre of Polish Sculpture, Orońsko

2001
   Wincenty Dunikowski-Duniko - Retrospektive - Heidelberger Kunstverein, Heidelberg

1982
   Wincenty Dunikowski-Duniko - Kasseler Kunstverein, Kassel

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2011
   Flagi - Mazowieckie Centrum Sztuki Współczesnej „ELEKTROWNIA”, Radom

2009
   Until do Us Part - Foto-Medium-Art Gallery, Krakow
   Until do Us Part - Foto-Medium-Art Gallery, Krakow

2008
   Now! Artists of Foto-Medium-Art Gallery - Mazovian Centre of Contemporary Art ‘Elekrownia’, Radom
   Teraz! Artyści galerii Foto-Medium-Art - Mazowieckie Centrum Sztuki Współczesnej „ELEKTROWNIA”, Radom

2007
Description and image  spiel.16: IN A MOMENT - [fotografie | photography] - brot.undspiele galerie, Berlin
   spiel12: privatsphaere - brot.undspiele galerie, Berlin
   30th anniversary show - Foto-Medium-Art Gallery, Krakow

2005
Description  Spiel 06: Editionen - brot.undspiele galerie, Berlin
Description  Spiel 04: Installation_Photo - brot.undspiele galerie, Berlin

1987
   Das andere Land. Auslandische Kunstler in der Bundesrepublik - Wilhelm Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen

1986
   Das andere Land. Auslandische Kunstler in der Bundesrepublik - Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken, Saarbrücken

1985
   Der Baum in Mythologie Kunstgeschichte und Gegenwartkunst - Heidelberger Kunstverein, Heidelberg

1984
   KunstLandschaft - Junge Kunst in deutschen Kunstverein - Kunstverein Rosenheim, Rosenheim
   KunstLandschaft - Junge Kunst in deutschen Kunstverein - kunstraum muenchen, Munich
   KunstLandschaft - Junge Kunst in deutschen Kunstverein - Kunstverein München, Munich

1979
   8 x KRAKÓW - Galeria Studio, Warsaw

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Germany

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Poland

 Foto-Medium-Art Gallery, Krakow

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