Cycle: Vive les hieroglyphes

Jan Kanty Pawluśkiewicz is interested in hieroglyphs. He can read them, and sees beauty in them. He sees the richness of the pictographic ambiguity and benefits from the qualities of the multiplicity of meaning in gel-art. He also often uses French in his art. I think that the French

culture in general is close to him. This series of works is, as the author himself admits, a tribute to Jean Champollion – a French discoverer of hieroglyphs. The main exhibition of those works was in Yehudi Menuhin’s Hall in the building of the European Parliament in Brussels.

Piotr Uznański


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