GOLDYN, P.h.D. is a Munich - based artist from Poland. After graduating from the Institute of fine Arts in Czestochowa, Poland (1989-1994), sche continued “, studio at the Wroclaw (Breslau) Academy of fine Arts (1994-2000); department of painting with Diplom... Read More
GOLDYN, P.h.D. is a Munich - based artist from Poland. After graduating from the Institute of fine Arts in Czestochowa, Poland (1989-1994), sche continued “, studio at the Wroclaw (Breslau) Academy of fine Arts (1994-2000); department of painting with Diplom and Master. Sche obtained a Doctor of Painting and Sculpture from Fine Arts Academy in Wroclaw (Breslau) in 2011. She is owner and Professor of Studio Zeiler - one oft he oldest private drawning and painting schools in Munich, which has been in existence for 60 years. She has won several international art prizes, awards . Solo Exhibitions and participation in many group international exhibitions.PRIZES AND MENTIONS 2020 second Prize D´Arte Internationale „ Chromatic Harmonie“2020, Museo Crocetti , Rome, It. 2015 First Prize in the Inter. Art Competition NANO ART 10 -9 ART, Galerie Roi Dore Paris, Fr. 2019 The Prize WinnerIN category special prize, Artedition, Innsbruck, Austria2019 Semi Finalist Artbox Project, Art Basel , Artweek in Miami , Usa2017 – The Prize WinnerIN, Artedition, ,Casino Innsbruck, Austria Solo Exhibitions and participation group international exhibitions:2023 Solo Show in Pazzo Canceleria Vaticana, Rome, von 23 Oktober, Art Week Raw2023, Exhibiton in General Konsulat BRD, Wroclaw, Pl2023 Mythos und Moderne, halle50 München2023 Solo Exhibition, Palazzo Cancellare Vaticano,,April, Rome2022 Musa Pavilon, 59TH BIENNALE DI VENEZIA, Pallazo Pisani-Revedin2022 Biennal Artbox Expo, Venice2022 Projekt „Window, window“, Academy of fine Art ; Wroclaw; ( Breslau)2022 „Multitude”, Foundatione Luciana Matalon, Milano 2021 Solo Exhibition „ Storie“, Gallery Borgo, Rome 2021 Exhibition ATENEO DE MADRIT, Madrit2021 Exhibition In contemporane, Ambasciata della Repubblica Araba d´Egitto, Rome2020 Solo Exhibition“ Without Borders“, Art Week Rome, Arte Borgo Galery , Rome2020 Exhibition „Woman´s Essence“, Palazzo Velli, Rome2019Exhibition „ Woman´s Essence“ concomitant Event of official pavilon 58TH Biennale di Venezia 2018 Exhibition MYWY, halle50 ,München Interview in Münchner Stadtrundgang mit Christophel Griebel, MÜNCHEN TV 2018 We contemporary, Museum of Job Foundation, Palermo , It. 2018 Kunststraße Imst, Exhibiton and Performance „ Mary Magdalena prepares 12 apostles drinks“, Imst, Austria
2018 – Woman Art Award, PONS Foundation, Madrit 2018 - Contemporary Art, Galeria Rossocinabro, Rome
2018 - Artbox Projekt, New York 1.0 and show at the Armory Artweeks New York2018 - Biennal Artist M.A.D.GALLERY MILANO, Milano2018 - Venezia Art Expo, Scoula Grande Misericordia, Venedig2018 - International Art Show, THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space, Venice,
2017 - XI Florence Biennalle, Florenz2017 – Exhibition in Gallery Innovation, Innsbruck
2017 - WE CONTEMPORARY, Palazoo Velli Expo, Rome and ART EGO CULTURE CENTER, Kiew
2017 - International Award GOYA, Gran Teatre Del Liceu, Barcelona 2017- Biennal De Arte Barcelona, Museum MEAM, Barcelona2017 - Biennale Mediterraneo Palermo, Vip Art Zone Shopping, Palermo2017 - Biennale Pieschera del Garda
2015 - First Prize in International Competition "10-9 Nano Art", Paris, Exibition Finale, Nano Art, Gallery Roi Dore, Paris www.art-nano.com Some of my work is autobiographical. I was born in the famous Polish city of Czestochowa. It is known primarily from the Jasna Góra Monastery, where one of the most sacred paintings in Poland is located, a portrait of the Mother of God from Częstochowa, the Black Madonna. My childhood was at the turn of the 70's and 80's. It was the time of communist Poland. Religion was marginalized by the communist authorities and even banned in families where members held high positions. However, living in such a sacred place for the nation makes man seek answers and act perversely due to the system of separation from God and prohibition of faith and religion. Such actions, however, bring us closer to God after deeper reflection, if this contradiction is a search for the faith and nature of God. At the age of 25, after graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, I went to Germany. I marry a sculptor who is 43 years older than me. In a way, our marriage was a meeting of two different generations of artists. Our life was in a house in the woods for 7 years, far from social life but close by from nature. You can say that it was a kind of ascetic life. The distance to consumerism, to everyday problems Society allowed me to look at life differently. But this idyll also had its downsides. The man I lived with had mental health problems. I was mistreated, beaten and also used psychological violence against myself - then I kept quiet and hid it as an embarrassing secret. They say that time heals wounds, and I believe it is true. After many years it is time to show and reveal all this. It's not just my voice, it's the voice of thousands of women in a similar or perhaps worse situation, people who have been subjected to physical and psychological violence. My works, ideas, visions are not the result of cheerful walks in the forest or park. The Lower Bavarian forest has become a retreat from everyday life, society and addiction. The forest became a utopian place, a place between heaven and hell. In the daylight a fairytale landscape full of joy, flowers and beauty. At night it is a habitat for monsters, nightmares and terrifying figures. I believe this combination of adversities shaped my artistic perspective. I have abandoned the conventions of classical geometry and the principles of art. There are not many rules in nature, life is not infinitely subordinate. Trees don't grow at ideal intervals, and every leaf is different. Life will obey no laws, life is law. When we hear about the tragedy of hundreds of thousands of abused women, when their right to education, to one voice and freedom is taken away. Here we have to say STOP. In my work, a woman takes the most important, socially highest and most dignified roles. On February 26, 2023, Bishop Meier said in Augsburg Cathedral: "The future of the church is female." I believe that not only the church, but the whole world. Here I wanted to send a message to all women around the world: "Remember, you are not alone, we are all with you."