Igor Mitoraj  (Polish, 1944) 

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Igor Mitoraj, Eclipse I

 

Igor Mitoraj
Eclipse I
1978

Galleria d'Arte Contini
Igor Mitoraj, Ercolani III

 

Igor Mitoraj
Ercolani III
2008

Space SBH
Igor Mitoraj, Le mani

 

Igor Mitoraj
Le mani
1982

Galleria d'Arte Contini
Igor Mitoraj, Eros alato con mano

 

Igor Mitoraj
Eros alato con mano
2004

Galleria d'Arte Contini
Igor Mitoraj, Ikaria

 

Igor Mitoraj
Ikaria
Galerie Agnès Monplaisir
Igor Mitoraj, Piede con Mano

 

Igor Mitoraj
Piede con Mano
2001

Galerie Agnès Monplaisir
Igor Mitoraj, Sotto Laguna II

 

Igor Mitoraj
Sotto Laguna II
2005

Galerie Agnès Monplaisir
Igor Mitoraj, Per Adriano d'oro

 

Igor Mitoraj
Per Adriano d'oro
2011

Galerie Agnès Monplaisir
Igor Mitoraj, Dormiente

 

Igor Mitoraj
Dormiente
2009

Galerie Agnès Monplaisir
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Igor Mitoraj, Argos

 

Igor Mitoraj
Argos
bronze w/green patina

 

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Igor Mitoraj, Centurion II

 

Igor Mitoraj
Centurion II, 1967
bronze w/green patina

 

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Igor Mitoraj, Grepol

 

Igor Mitoraj
Grepol
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1944   Igor Mitoraj was born in Oderan, Germany, from Polish parents.
He then had a classic painting education at the Cracovie Art School and at the Cracovie Academy of Fine Art.
1968   In 1968 he came to Paris to follow his own study at the National School of Fine Arts where he approached the painting. After a two years journey in South America he diverts the sculpture for the first time and his first solo sculpture exhibition is held at the Galerie la Hune in Paris in 1976. Then he open a sculpture atelier in Paris and travels to New York and Greece where he studies classic sculpture.
1979   In 1979 he visits Carrara in Italy and decides that marble is the perfect material for his sculpture. Since the opening of his atelier in Carrara, in 1983, he has been living between Italy and Paris.
2010   Castello di Racconigi Scultura Internazionale a Racconigi 2010
2010   Presente ed esperienza del passato
2008   Massa Marittima Igor Mitoraj. Ferro
2008   BiancoNero, Galleria d’ arte Contini, Venice, Italy
2007   Palermo Angeli, Miti ed Eroi
2006   Public exhibitions in Granada, Valencia, Palma de Mallorca, Sevilla, Spain. Fundació La Caixa
2005   Ca’ Pesaro Museum, Venice
2005   Mitoraj a Venezia, The Contini Art Gallery of Venice in collaboration with the city of Venice Civic Museums of Art and History, Venice, Italy
2004   Mercati of Traiano, Rome
2004   The Tuillerie Gardens, Paris
2004   Galeria Joan Gaspar-Madrid, Spain
2004   Royal Palace of Warsaw
2003   The Norodowe Museum, Warsaw
2003   The International Center for Culture, Krakow
2002   The Tega Gallery, Milan
2002   The Museum of Contemporary Art, Lugano
2002   Galeria Joan Gaspar-Barcelona, Spain
2001   In March 28 2001, a great retrospective called “New Mythology” was held at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne.
1999   Galeria Joan Gaspar-Barcelona, Spain
1999   Museo Archeologico, Girardiredi Boboli Firenze
1997   KPMG, La Défense Paris
1997   Institut Polonais Rome
1996   Fondzione Publitaila Sysacuse, Italie
1995   Marisa Del Toe Gallery New York
1994   Time Machine, British Museum London
1994   National Gallery Warsaw
1994   Galeria Joan Gaspar-Barcelona, Spain
1993   Galerie JGM Paris
1992   Yorkshire Sculpture Park Wakefield, UK
1992   JGM Galerie Madrid
1991   First exhibition at JGM Gallery, Paris
1989   New York Academy of Art New York
1989   Sala Gaspar, Barcelona, Spain
1988   The Queen's Museum New York
1986   Biennale de Venise ( invitation spéciale) Venice
1982   Musée de la Sculpture Kassel, Germany
1976   Galerie La Hune Paris
1970   Espace Lumière, Grand-Palais Paris