Museum of Modern Art invites to a guided tour through Andrzej Wróblewski's exhibiton.
Jan Michalski will be the first art theoretician to conduct the meeting in a series of guided tours with special guests.
Jan Michalski - Art historian and art critic, publicist and publisher. Professionally involved with the Cracow Zderzak Gallery. He deals with the philosophy of art and history, the theory of value and the hermeneutics of Andrzej Wróblewski’s works of art. Winner of the Jerzy Stajuda Prize for Art Criticism. Editor of such publications as: “Andrzej Wróblewski nieznany” (1993), a catalogue raisonné “Jarosław Modzelewski. Obrazy 1977–2006” (2006), and a monograph on Jerzy Ryszard “Jurry” Zieliński “Jurry. Powrót artysty” (2010). Author of such books as: “Chłopiec na żółtym tle. Teksty o Andrzeju Wróblewskim” (2009), “Cztery eseje o dzikości” (2011, in cooperation with Marta Tarabuła). Regular collaborator of the monthly „Znak”; he also published his works in „Magazyn Artystyczny”, „Obieg”, „Kresy”, „Rzeczpospolita”, „Gazeta Wyborcza” or „Lamus”. He has lectured on art criticism for the Museum Curatorial Studies at the Jagiellonian University, history of art at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Cracow, history of the art market at the Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski University in Kraków.