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Matoszko Michał

Assistant professor Michał Matoszko

ass. prof. Michał Matoszko, PhD

Faculty of Graphics and Media Art

Department of Graphic Design

Graphic Design/Poster Studio

Subjects taught

    Graphic Design / Poster

    Composition of Solids and Planes – first semester

    Fundamentals of Graphic Design – second semester

In 2006 he graduated from the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław, field of studies: Printmaking. For many years he was connected with the Polish Theatre in Wrocław, where he designed current prints and graphic settings for performances by many well-known directors. For many years he has also cooperated as a graphic designer with the Kubuś Puppet and Actor Theatre in Kielce, the Lower Silesian Film Centre and many other cultural institutions. In 2020 he obtained a PhD in art, in the discipline of fine arts and art conservation.

I specialize in graphic design, painting and illustration. In my work I am inspired by surrealism, the aesthetics of destruction in DIY punk design and a black shade of humour.

Awards and scholarships

2006 – T. Kulisiewicz Scholarship, Tadeusz Kulisiewicz Scholarships and Awards Foundation, Warsaw - a set of diploma prints – printmaking


2020 – The Ecuador Poster Biennial, group exhibition, Ecuador

2019 – The Lublin International Poster Biennial, group exhibition, the Artistic Faculty of Maria Curie-Skłodowska University Lublin

2018 – 3 PlakatFest, poster festival, group exhibition, Chorzów

2018 – Posters – individual exhibition of posters, Szewska Pasja, Wrocław

2016 – The International Triennial of Stage Posters, group exhibition, Sofia, Bulgaria

2015 – Theatre posters, individual exhibition PWST Wrocław

2015 – Dark Matter, group exhibition, Jeffrey Meier Gallery, New Jersey, USA

2012 – Inauguration of the Skos Gallery, group exhibition, Wrocław, Poland

2011 – Inauguration of Pomalama Gallery, group exhibition, Warsaw, Poland

2011 – Black Object against White Background, individual exhibition, Emdes Gallery, Wrocław, Poland

2005 – Mixed Techniques, individual exhibition, Impart Gallery, Wrocław, Poland