I’m Ania:). I was born and raised in Poland, but currently working and living in London. I graduated from MA Print at Royal College of Art (2021) and BA Fashion Print at Central Saint Martins (2018) in London.

In my work, I focused on topics connected to my family and nationality, especially the cult of Icons in Poland and its strong connection with identity and cultural ritual. Through my practice, I want to narrate and create my own icons: places, people, objects that are close to me.  They exist in space or wander around abstract landscapes without an exit point. 

I usually work with monoprint and collage, encompassing drawing, photography, painting, and textiles. I paint imaginative places from my childhood, including figures of myself and my family members, especially women and people I admire. I rescale, isolate and detach them from the reality I know to the non-space unaffected by time and deprive family members from relationships, leave them and myself in this strange universe. Each of them become a silent icon.

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'Innocent pleasures Suit Me' - Warbling Collective, London, UK
Travers Smith's CSR Art programme, London, UK
KoMASK Masters Printmaking, Antwerp, Belgium

Wish you were here,  Art Refuge, London, UK
Ephemeral Utopias, Thames-Side Studios Gallery, London, UK
'Through the Wave' - Studio 59, London
Waving Traces, Sculpture Park, Slough, UK
Double Vision/After the High Tide, Cromwell Place Gallery, London
The Book is a Container, Bermondsey Bothy Lake Gallery, London, UK
Artists as Independent Publishers, Bremen, Germany


RCA WIP show, Royal College of Art (Battersea campus), London, UK


Central Saint Martins graduate show, London, UK