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Aga Baranska, Poland

Born in Poland,1975 Gdynia
Lives and works in Poland and London
Aga Baranska is inspired by her gipsy roots and her passion for travel. In her work she travels between cultures and religions and create artworks that reflect that; it can be just the colors from India or paper-mache masks from Mexico
Aga’s work range from paintings and textiles to sculptures and collages always with strong fashion undertone. In her portraits and figures she uniquely captured emotional states creating a gallery fills with dreams, melancholy and passions. Her paintings are full of vibrancy and colour but also maintain a contemporary-chic edge with their mixture of mediums and lively design.
Over the years her personal style has become recognisable as eclectic and very feminine.
Aga graduated with distinction from both from Visual Art in Poznan and London College of Fashion. Her work has been exhibited in Tokyo, London, Berlin and Gdynia. She also collaborated with many brands for example :Shiseido, Topshop, J&M Davidson, Canadian TV and Hakuhodo Japan.

Exhibitions: solo shows
2016 Group show Art Fair Tokyo
2014 Kolibri group show Berlin with :
Christian Achenbach, Bang, Agaa Baranska, Benjamin Bernt, Andreas Blank, Bernhard Bretz, Kristina Buch, Peter Buggenhout, Jonas Burgert, Amelie Grözinger, Philip Grözinger, Ingo Günther, Mariana Hahn, Felix Höfner, Gregor Hildebrandt, Matthias Holliger, Alexandra Hopf, Zuzanna Janin, Bernd Kastner, Via Lewandowsky, Grischa Lichtenberger, Joep van Liefland, Henning Lohner, Darren Norman, Werner Palkovits, Ricardo Peredo, Stefan Rinck, Maik Schierloh, Gundula Schulze Eldowy, Natalia Szostak, Alexandra Vogt, Gabriela Volanti, Ryszard Wasko,
2013 Just Kids For One Night Only, SlaM Gallery, Berlin, Germany
2012 All Dress Up, Galerie Kollaborativ, Berlin, Germany
2012 Chocomokko, SlaM Gallery, Berlin, Germany
2006 Anglobal Japan, Tokyo, Japan
2004 Pop Art, London Apart Gallery

Her work has been published by:
The Times, Saatchi&Saatchi, Elle, Glamour, Marie Claire, Spur Japan, The Face, Zoom on Fashion Trends, The Big Book of Fashion Illustrations, The Art of Fashion Illustrations and Contrast.

Awards:
1998 Poland – Creative Designer of the Year
2014 Paris - Art takes Paris ArtFair First award for early entries

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