Marcin Dudek

b. 1979 in Krakow. Lives and works in Brussels and Krakow.
After leaving Poland aged 21, Marcin Dudek studied at the University of Art Mozarteum, Salzburg, and Central Saint Martins, London, graduating in 2005 and 2007 respectively. His work has been exhibited internationally at institutions including Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Kunstlerhaus, Salzburg, the Arad Art Museum, Bunkier Sztuki and the Goethe Institute, Kiev. His installation “The Cathedral of Human Labor”, 2013, in on permanent view at the Verbeke Foundation in Antwerp.


Selected exhibitions:

– Steps and Marches, Edel Assanti, London, UK (solo)
– NOT FAIR, Warsaw, PL
– Steps and Marches, Harlan Levey Project, Brukssels, BE (solo)
– 10 Summer Afterimages, LETO, Warsaw, PL
– Solisticies, BWA Katowice, PL

– Run Amok, Bazaar Art Jakarta, ID
– Imprints, Harlan Levey Projects, Brussels, BE
– The Earth Is Our Radio, KARST, Plymouth, UK

– Head in the Sand, LETO, Warsaw, PL (solo)
– No Matter How, Round and Square, Sala Projeto Fidalga, Sao Paulo, BR
– Wall & Mass, Officiele FIAC, Paris, FR
– Revers de Trompe, Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, AT
– One way or another – investiga-se o ISSO, Plataforma Revólver, Lisbon, PT
– We Stumbled as we Clambered, Edel Assanti, London, UK (solo)
– Saved by an Unseen Crack, Harlan Levey Projects, Brussels, BE (solo)
– Department of Subterranea, Art Brussels (with Harlan Levey Projects), Brussels, BE
– Borders in Motion, Sculpture Project, Dallas Art Fair, Dallas, US
– Department of Subterranea, Art Los Angeles Contemporary (with Edel Assanti), Los Angeles, US
– HUFF Studio, Yeo Workshop, Singapore, SG (solo)

– Deformation Der Stille, Galerie 5020, Salzburg, AT
– I Wish I Had a River, Harlan Levey Projects, Brussels, BE
– All My Scars, Art Brussels (with Harlan Levey Projects), Brussels, BE
– Anywhere Out of My World, The Loft, Brussels, BE
– Big Inch, Dallas Art Fair (with Edel Assanti), Dallas, USA
– Wild, Art Rotterdam (with Edel Assanti), Rotterdam, NL

– Land of space and optimism, Galerie Marion de Canniere, Antwerp, BE (solo)
– Park + Ride, Verbeke Foundation, BE
– Punch to the Sky, Edel Assanti, London, UK (solo)
– Wild, Do Not Open, Brussels, BE (solo)
– Subterranea Mondial, Art Brussels (with Waterside Contemporary), Brussels, BE
– Too Close For Comfort, Harlan Levey Projects, Brussels, BE (solo)

– Exico Vol.2, Stade Hall, Old Town, Hastings, UK (solo)
– Diagrammatic Form, Banner Repeater, London, UK
– Subject to Change, Deconstruction Project, Southend on Sea, UK
– Polish Contemporary Arts, Rich Mix, London, UK
– At least the “theme” for the moment…, Quase Galeria, Porto, PT
– Kopalnia i Fantom, Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow, PL
– Things That Have Interested Me, Waterside Contemporary, London, UK
– Now&After12, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, RU
– Snapshot, Galerie Nadine Feront, Brussels, BE
– Winter Pavilion, Waterside Contemporary, London, UK

– Exico, 16th Biennial of Cerveira, Vila Nova de Cerveira, PT
– Cellar Television, Vienna Art Fair (with Waterside Contemporary), Vienna, AT
– I Will Eat This Sleepy Town, Waterside Project Space, London, UK
– Project of Absorbing the Other, Galerie8, London, UK

– Kopalnia, T1+2 Gallery London, UK (solo)

– Art in an Ephemeral Age, The Art Festival at Hay, UK
– XV Bienal de Cerveira, Vila Nova de Cerveira, PT
– Transfer, Galeria Sub-Carturesti, Bucharest, RO

– Visions in the Nunnery, The Nunnery Gallery London, UK
– Pumping Station, Project Supported by Matt’s Gallery London, UK

– Out of the frying Pan into the Fire, Espace Uhoda, Liege, BE
– 11.472, Bargehouse Oxo Tower Wharf, London, UK

– Laboratory, Project Hoe, London, UK (solo)
– Multiplier, Whiteclub Space, Salzburg, AT
– Identikit, Temporary Contemporary Gallery, London, UK

– Blick A Blick B, Salzburger Kunstverain, Salzburg, AT
– Blachowo bzw. Prowizorycznie, Schloss Goldegg Goldegg, AT

Scholarships & Residencies:

– Art on Paper+1 Award, Belgium

– IPJ Prize for digital arts, Portugal

– The Juliet Gomperts Trust London, Project Grant

– Scholarship from the Graphic Workshop, Traklhaus Salzburg

– Scholarship of the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts Salzburg

We kindly inform that the gallery will be open only by appointment until February 2, 2018. Please call (48) 501 696 440 to schedule an appointment.