Tomasz Bielak

The outlines of military objects drenched in the fog emerge from the black-and-white, half-abstract paintings inspired by photographs. They look like strange, unknown, solitary structures suspended in a vague space, in an unfamiliar landscape. The artist is interested in how the war and its broadly understood physical and aesthetic attributes interfere with the landscape, in natural space; how they arouse terror, while at the same time tempt and entice with their design and technology. It is also a symbolic depiction of human nature, oscillating between good and evil, between aggression and desire for harmony.

coś (dym), 2011, olej na płótnie
something (smoke), 2011, oil on canvas

tomahawk, 2011, olej na płótnie
tomahawk, 2011, oil on canvas

white submarine, 2011, olej na płótnie
white submarine, 2011, oil on canvas

Dzięki uprzejmości artysty
Courtesy of the artist

Fotografie/Photos: Wojciech Pacewicz

coś (dym), 2011, olej na płótnie
something (smoke), 2011, oil on canvas

Dzięki uprzejmości artysty
Courtesy of the artist

Fotografie/Photos: Wojciech Pacewicz

white submarine, 2011, olej na płótnie
white submarine, 2011, oil on canvas

Dzięki uprzejmości artysty
Courtesy of the artist

Fotografie/Photos: Wojciech Pacewicz