Rafa┼é Jakubowicz, born in 1974 in Pozna┼ä. Graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts and Adam Mickiewicz University in Pozna┼ä. Since 2000 lecturer at the University of Arts in Pozna┼ä, currently works as Associate Professor of UAP, leading the Studio of Art in Social Space. Since 2013-2016 lecturer at The Department of Asian Studies (Section of Hebrew, Aramaic and Karaim Studies) of Adam Mickiewicz University in Pozna┼ä. Published writings in periodicals, art magazines and exhibition catalogues. Since 2005 the member of AICA (International Association of Art Critics). Since 2015 the member of IKG (Internationales K├╝nstlergremium). Since 2017 the member of scientific board of ÔÇ×New CriticismÔÇŁ, Polish periodical of philosophy.
Rafa┼é Jakubowicz has had numerous solo shows among others in: Foksal Gallery, Warsaw (2004, 2005); Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw; Entropia Gallery, Wroc┼éaw (2002, 2004, 2006); Atlas Sztuki, ┼ü├│d┼║; Plat├ín Galeria, Budapest (2007); BWA Gallery, Zielona G├│ra (2008); Pies Gallery, Pozna┼ä (2005, 2009, 2010); WRO Art Center, Wroc┼éaw (2010); Habeer Art and Visual Media Center, Beer-Sheva (2013); City Art Center, Gorz├│w Wielkopolski (2018). The artist has participated in many group exhibitions in Poland and abroad including: The National Center of Contemporary Art, Moscow (2005); Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw (2014, 2015, 2016); ZAMEK Culture Center, Pozna┼ä (2005); Kunstverein, Wolfsburg (2005); Kr├│likarnia, Division of the National Museum in Warsaw (2006); Kunstverein, Heidelberg (2006); The ┼üa┼║nia Center for Contemporary Art, Gda┼äsk (2008); Socio-Political Contemporary Art Museum, Jerusalem (2008); Freies Museum, Berlin (2009); Kunstraum Kreuzberg/ Bethanien/ Studio 1, Berlin (2011); MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art., Cracow (2012, 2015); TRAFO | Trafostation Centre of Contemporary Art, Szczecin (2019); National Museum, Cracow (2019); City Gallery Arsenal, Pozna┼ä (2014, 2020).
His works are part of the collection of: Zacheta - National Gallery of Art in Warsaw; Lower Silesian Society of Zacheta Fine Arts in Wroc┼éaw; Wroc┼éaw Contemporary Museum; Zacheta Contemporary Art Collection, Szczecin; City Gallery Arsenal, Pozna┼ä.
PDF documents: CV
Pedagogy of Shame (2), exhibition view, Le Guern Gallery, 2019
SP/PS, 2010, neon, 4 ├Ś 1 m. ed. 3
SP/PS, 2010, neon, 25 ├Ś 100 cm ed. 6