Artist: Michel Szulc Krzyzanowski
Four vintage Ilford baryte prints, mounted with gelatin foil on acidfree museum cardboard, size 50x70cm, with title, edition 1/25 and signature in handwriting with pencil
Literature: Sequences, The ultimate selection, Publisher Voetnoot, 2009: pages 196/197.
Michel Szulc Krzyzanowski was born in 1949 from a Polish father and Dutch/Belgian mother in the small town of Oosterhout, the Netherlands. He studied art and photography at the Academy of Art St. Joost, Breda and the Royal Academy of Art in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, both in the Netherlands. He graduated in 1970 and ever since works as an autonomous artist photographer. In addition to sequences he continues to make other forms of conceptual photography, as well as worldwide photo projects.
Sequences The Sequences are really only about that: confirming an explaining existence in simple terms. They show metaphorically and fundamentally where we are and how we are. There has always been a strong desire to share this process of developing awareness with as many other people a possible.
Exhibitions Camden Arts Centre, London (1972), Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris (1973), Festival Arles, France (1974), Centre Beaubourg, Paris (1977), Canon Gallery, Amsterdam (1978), Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (1979), The Art Institute of Chicago (1982, 1999), Galerie Fiolet, Amsterdam (1982), Centre Pompidou, Paris (1983), Gemeentemuseum Arnhem, (1984), Laurence Miller Gallery, New York (1984), Musée des Beaux Arts, Tours, France (1985), Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego (1985), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (1985), Galerie Hollandse Hoogte, Amsterdam (1987), Museum voor Fotografie, Antwerpen (2000), Galerie Baudoin Lebon, Paris (2001, 2002) and many others.
Collections ‘Sequences’ has been included in the art collections of Centre Beaubourg (Paris); Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam; The Art Institute of Chicago; Centre Pompidou (Paris); Museum Ludwig (Cologne); Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris; Dutch Photomuseum, Rotterdam; Victoria and Albert Museum (London) and many private collectors.