Invest in art: October 2014

New cycle and Art Market Fri "Invest the Art" presents the works of functioning in a gallery circuit, whose value on the art market - estimated on the basis of, inter alia, interest in a particular name, availability, performance technique, investment trends - will steadily grow. It is estimated that the share of the so-called. art young art traded on the Polish market is now almost 50%. Interested in them, not only collectors, but also investors, for whom art has long remained too expensive. It is a young art remains an area that gives you the greatest profit. For this reason, once a month, we will present you with list of 10 works of young Polish artists, offered by leading art galleries, which we believe are attractive property investment.
Thomas Radziewicz, sculpture, marble Bianco Carrara, 70 x 40 x 25 cm, 2004. (18 350 PLN)
Thomas Radziewicz (born 1974 in Bartoszyce) - leading Polish sculptor, illustrator, designer. A graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk (diploma in sculpture studio of prof. Stanislaw Radwanski. Scholarship Kunstakademie Karlsruhe (Germany) in the laboratory of Prof. Stephan Balkenhol.
Radziewicz sculptures oscillate between innovation, extravagance, and the classical approach to the creation of spatial forms.
His approach to sculpture is both faithful to the classic, noble materials and a credible approach to the craft and open to innovation and unrestricted scale. In all his work leaves a hint of provocation, which raises the sympathy of audiences and intelligent content with so desired by collectors.
Radziewicz his work runs in three main tracks: implements sculpture to intimate reception inside, monumental projects exhibited in public spaces and activities on the border design.
Many of his sculptures are in private collections. Exhibited in the interiors are the key element, very tasteful, elegant and intriguing its obviousness.
As a multiple finalist artistic competitions of high rank, including competition for a monument of Boleslaw the Chaste (Cracow, 2007), a competition for a monument to King Casimir IV Jagiellon (Gdańsk, 2009) boasts numerous realizations in urban spaces, among others, Monument to Polish Marshal Jozef Pilsudski (2006) in Gdansk. Statue of John Paul II in Przemysl (2006), Monument of Kazimierz Deyna in Warsaw (2010), Monument Remus in Kościerzyna (2010) and the Neptune Fountain in the courtyard of the Quarter Townhouses in Gdańsk (2012).
  Thomas Radziewicz works have been exhibited in Poland and abroad, including: Karlsruhe, Germany (1998), Lentzke, Germany (2000), Kalmar, Sweden (2002). Taking part in the international open air sculpture puts his characters in many places in the world .: Montauban, France (2005), Marc la Tour, France (2007), Rehovot, Israel (2008), Grasse, France (2011).