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Biografie

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Rechts de gobelin van :
Madonna van Krużlowej" uit de serie "Reis naar de bronnen van de tijd", 1985, eigendom van het Nationaal Museum in Poznan,Polen.

De Gobelin van Art Atelier (Madonna z Krużlowej) is de Epreuve d'Artiste van de Gobelin uit het Nationaal Museum in Poznan, Polen.






Urszula Plewka-Schmidt (29 December 1939, Smogulecka Wieś, Poland - 20 January 2008, Pławno, Poland) was a Polish artist and teacher, a co-founder of the "Polish school of tapestry", creator of monumental wall compositions. A graduate of Agricultural University of Poznań in Poznań (currently known as the the University of Life Sciences ) in 1964 she attended the College of Fine Arts (later University of Arts) in Poznań and received her diploma at the faculty of painting in 1966 in the studio of Professor. M. Szmańda. She worked at the university until 1992. She started at the studio of M. Abakanowicz and became in 1980 head of the color studio at the Faculty of Interior Design. In 1991 she founded Schola Posnaniensis, the Higher School of Applied Arts and was its president and a lecturer until 2007. She commenced her artistic activity in the 70's by creating woven forms and spatial structures, metal structures covered with weaving material. This was also the time of the introduction of tapestry into spatial designs such as "Landscape activities", which were a form of performance to be recorded photographically. The later period was marked by the artist's return to weaving techniques which she applied in her work ever since. Participation in the prestigious 5th International Biennial of Tapestry in Lausanne in 1971 led to the invitations to the succeeding bi-annual events and paved the way to many exhibitions worldwide. Her presentation at the 1979 International Biennial turned out to be a breakthrough: the tapestries "Madonna from Krużlowa" and "Marilyn Monroe". This confrontation of two canons of beauty, history and modern times was the artist's response to the discussion between twentieth century artists on the mutual infiltration of various art disciplines. A frequent theme of the monumental works of Plewka-Schmidt is the contemplation of time, its passing, its impact on people and the interpretation of the traditions of the past. In her wall tapestry compositions the artist uses, among others, familiar images of secular art and objects of worship

Cycles

"Journey to the sources of time", 1978

"The time of life, the time of death," 1986

"Gardens of Memory", 1987

"This twentieth century", 2001

 

Major exhibitions[edit]

1971 5th International Biennial of Tapestry in Lausanne

1972 Central Museum of Textiles, Łódź "Weaving compositions"

1973 6th International Biennial of Tapestry in Lausanne

1975 7th International Biennial of Tapestry in Lausanne

1977 Biuro Wystaw Artystycznych, Poznań "Exhibition of tapestries"

1977 8th International Biennial of Tapestry in Lausanne

1979 9th International Biennial of Tapestry in Lausanne

1980 Central Museum of Textiles, Łódź "Journey to the sources of time"

1980, 1982, 1984 Chateau de Copet, Geneva: individual exhibitions

1981 10th International Biennial of Tapestry in Lausanne

1985 National Philharmonic, Warsaw - an exhibition of a cycle of tapestries titled "Chopin"

1987 Jacques Baruch Gallery, Chicago – an individual exhibition "U.P.Schmidt tapestry"

1988 Interart 88, Poznań - an individual exhibition of tapestries and spatial compositions

1992 Galeria Atena (Atena Gallery), Warsaw, an exhibition of tapestries accompanying the 7th International Triennial of Tapestry, Łódź 92

1997 Centrum Sztuki – Galeria El (Art Center - El Gallery), Elbląg, "U.P.Schmidt . Monumental tapestry”

1997 Hertogenbosch, Provinciehuis

2000 Biuro Wystaw Artystycznych, Gorzów Wielkopolski – an individual exhibition

2000 Galeria Sztuki Współczesnej (Contemporary Art Gallery) - an individual exhibition

2001 Central Museum of Textiles, Łódź, 10th International Triennial of Tapestry - an individual exhibition

Individual exhibitions[edit]

Since 1972 several domestic and foreign exhibitions including: Pittsburg, Geneva, Hertogenbosch, Eindhoven, Freiburg, Chicago, Stockholm, Moscow.

 

Group exhibitions[edit]

Since 1965 participation in many domestic and foreign exhibitions and international presentations of Polish art including: Lausanne, Haarlem, Groningen, Venlo, Edinburgh, Liverpool, London, Havana, Brno, Chicago, Austin, Cleveland, Copenhagen, Aalborg, Prague, Chicago, New York, Berlin, Hamburg, Lille, Paris, Zagreb, Belgrade, Düsseldorf, San Francisco, Helsinki, Madrid, Lisbon, Moscow, Mexico City, Regstrup, Angers.

 

Works included in the following collections[edit]

Kunstgewerbemuseum – Staatlicher Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin, Germany, Berlin

The Jasna Góra Monastery, Częstochowa, Poland (together with Włodzimierz Schmidt)

Museum of the Origins of the Polish State, Gniezno, Poland

Central Museum of Textiles, Łódź, Poland

National Museum in Poznań, Poland

Cantonal Museum of Fine Arts, Lausanne, Switzerland

The Art Institut of Chicago, Chicago, USA

the Vatican Museum, Vatican

In addition, in collections and private collections in France, Israel, Germany, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Switzerland, USA

Awards[edit]

Scholarship of the Ministry of Culture and Arts, 1974

Award of the Poznań Voivodeship for outstanding achievements in the field of the dissemination of culture, 1979

The Blessed Brother Albert Award for artistic activities with sacral themes, 1988

Individual award of the city of Poznań, 1989

Award of the Ministry of Culture and Art of the 3rd degree for outstanding achievements in teaching and education

Medal "Ad Perpetua Rei Memoriam" awarded by the voivode of Poznań, 1996

Medal of the Central Museum of Textiles in Łódź (10th International Triennial of Tapestry) 2001

References[edit]

Zawisza, N., Scenografia do ..., tekst do retrospektywy, Poznań, 2001

Wróblewska D., Fiber Art and world Image; Wimmer G., Contemporary Polish Fiber Art; Bar-Or G., The Background to the Polish Revolution in Textile Art /w:/ Contemporary Polish Fiber Art., Ein Harod 1991

Mainguy Ch., Pomnier S. Thomas M., L’Art Textile, Paris 1985 (Edition:Skira

 

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