Galerie Verbeeck Van Dyck

Dawid Wojtalewicz was born in 1989 in Poland. He studied painting at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, where he optained a Masters degree in Fine Arts (magna cum laude and the Hugo Roelandt award), and also at the Academy of Fine Arts in Turnhout and at the Athens School of fine Arts. He did an Internship in orthodox iconography on the Athos Peninsula.
He creates contemporary paintings with respect to tradition, murals and frescoes, especially on religious and historical topics, and co-creates artistic groups: Pink TV only good news and Polish Art Benelux.
He had solo exhibitions at the M HKA in Antwerp, the European Art Center Frederik Chopin in Sanniki, Poland, the Galeria Zak in Gdańsk, Poland, the Cranach House in Wittenberg, Germany.
He did a few mural paintings in his hometown Gabin under the patronage of the ministry of Culture in Poland. He designed frescoes in the Capuchin friaries in Antwerp and in Herentals, and a series of paintings and polychromos for the Chapel of Mercy in the Church of Saint Anthony in Antwerp.
His works are in the collection of the National Museum in Gdańsk, the European Art Center Frederik Chopin in Sanniki, the Center for the meetings of Cultures in Lublin and in private collections. He won an award in the 1st Painting Biennale in Lublin.
GALERIE VERBEECK-VAN DYCK is very pleased to present the second solo exhibition by Dawid Wojtalewicz. Come by and discover “ ARTmageddon”