Zbiok Czajkowski. Zbiok’s work is rooted in graffiti and street art. In artistic practice he mainly uses broadly understood painting, mural, graphic design and illustration. His most recognisable artistic realisations were created in public space. Czajkowski uses a distinctive painting style derived from street aesthetics, early 20th century painting, pop culture and internet. The topics of Zbiok’s work concern issues of social inequality, violence, discrimination and alienation of the individual. Czajkowski participated in over 100 exhibitions and projects presented among others in Poland, Germany, Russia, USA, Japan, India, China and Great Britain. In 2008-2014, together with Joanna Stembalska they created the Out of Sth, the international public art biennial on behalf of BWA Wroclaw, Poland. Since 2014, together with Karolina Zajączkowska, he forms the artistic duo DWA ZETA. Since 2019, he has been conducting optional classes on Art in public space at the Institute of Visual Arts, at the University of Zielona Gora, Poland. In 2010, he won the Grand Prix in the Geppert young painting competition organised by the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw. In 2011 he became a scholarship holder of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage. He currently lives and works in Warsaw, Poland.
Paint 80cmx80cm, oil on canvas, 2020..