Painting is my main tool of describing the world, it serves its glorification or sometimes negation. Simultaneously, my actions constitute of a record of emotions and observations, often subconsious, expressive, and very intuitive ones. I am interested in life, energy, the body and all biological processes…and fascinated by that which has its own anatomy, weight, scale, heat. In the step-by-step process of their transformation body images are deformed and deconstructed so they can be assembled anew. I strive for simplification of form.
Agata Czeremuszkin-Chrut (1983, Czestochowa/Poland). In 2008 she graduated from the Wroclaw Academy of Fine Arts with the M.F.A. degree in painting. She is focused on painting, mural painting, graphic and graphic design.
Czeremuszkin-Chrut’s work has been exhibited world-wide. Her works has been shown at places such as: Gallery BWA (Poland), OW ZPAP (Warsaw, Poland), Agora Gallery (Wroclaw, Poland), Elektor Gallery (Warsaw, Poland), Palace in Wilanow (Warsaw, Poland), Nord Art – international Art Exhibition (Schleswig- Holstein, Germany), Bloom Hotel (Brussels, Belgium), Evanston Art Center (Evanston, IL), Edinburgh College of Art (Scotland, UK).
Czeremuszkin-Chrut has been featured in publications such as: Art & Business,
Newsweek, Art Experts Magazine, Studio Visit,
Rzeczpospolita, Wprost, Gazeta Wyborcza, xamou art, Money Week, o.pl, Rynek i Sztuka, Czas na Wnetrze.
Her works can be found in private collections in Europe and United States. Since 2008 she is a member of The Society of Polish Artists and Designers (ZPAP). She lives and works in Berlin and Warsaw.