Prof. Zdzisław Olejniczak

His output covers printmaking, graphic design and drawing. He participated in over 200 exhibitions in Poland and abroad, and many art contests, auctions and art fairs.


Pavo Majić

Pavo Majić is an artist, founder and director of Splitgraphic biennial since 2003. He had over seventy solo and group exhibitions in Croatia and abroad. He was awarded for his graphic work MEDITERRANEO in London and Stockholm. In 2005 WORLD OF ART BOOKS published his work in MASTERS OF TODAY / 100 CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS / THE BEST ARTISTS IN OUR TIME monography. He lives, works and walks by the sea in Split where he for the last thirty years has gallery Studio Naranča.


dr hab. Dariusz Kaca

A graphic artist working with relief printing, book art and drawing. He participated in over 250 group exhibitions, festivals and art contests. The winner of many awards in art contests in Poland and abroad. His artworks are part of numerous collections of Polish state and private institutions, and also in foreign countries.


dr Julian Czurko

Julian Czurko received his PhD in Human Sciences from the University of Łódź, Poland. He holds MA degrees in Art History and Culture Studies. As the President of the Rokoko Foundation, he fulfills the mission of encouraging culture through education, research and coaching. He works as a culture activist for the K.K. Baczyński Literary Society. He has coordinated numerous cultural projects, including the Coaching Culture project. He has received many grants from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.


Marina Majić Petit

Marina Majić Petit is professor of art history. During 2006 was an intern at Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice and in 2007 she worked at the 52nd Bienniale di Venezia in the United States pavilion. She has been participating in the establishment and organization of Splitgraphic International Graphic Art Biennial from its beginnings in 2003. Since 2007 Splitgraphic she acted as a jury member, curator and general coordinator of the biennial. She published a book titled “The Architecture in Split 1945-1960” by Architects’ Association of Split in 2010. She is a member of Croatian association of visual artists.


Sebastian Grochocki

He took part in over 60 exhibitions, open air sessions and art workshops in Poland and abroad. In 2013 and 2014 he was the holder of the Scholarship of the Minister of Science and Higher Education. In 2014 he also received the Award of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage for his outstanding artistic achievements. His body of interest includes printmaking, drawing and graphic design.

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