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Emilia Kina

Born in 1990. In 2010-2015, she studied at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. Her graduation work was completed in Prof. Adam Bricken’s studio and the graduation work annex in photography in Tomas Agat Błoński’s studio. She works primarily in painting and photography. Her works spring from theoretical considerations and are rich in references to traditional painting. The motif of image-curtain which Emilia employs is a clear reference to the Renaissance concept of a painting as a window onto the world. The theme of opening is replaced with the self-covering image, at once manifesting its physicality. Emilia is interested in the materiality of the image, a simple form arising from complex problems.

Emilia Kina, untitled, 2016, 50 x 60 cm + 3x Polaroid 8,8 x 10,7cm,  oil on canvas

Emilia Kina, untitled, 2016, 50 x 60 cm, oil + pigment on canvas

Emilia Kina, untitled, 2016, 45 x 55 cm oil on canvas

Emilia Kina, untitled, 2016, 42 x 55 cm, acryl + oil + waterglass on canvas

Emilia Kina, untitled, 2016, 50 x 50 cm, acryl + pigment on canvas

Emilia Kina, untitled, 2016, 50 x 60 cm, acryl + oil on canvas

Emilia Kina, untitled, 2015, 40 x 50 cm, oil + pigment on canvas