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inArt gallery is a virtual art gallery that promotes young artist and sells their works as well as limited editions of paintings by polish artists. By trying to meet the demands of the customers we have created a virtual, three dimensional environment inspired by themes used by the artists. The project will take viewers to the world of artist’s imagination and will allow for sensual art experience.


Norman Leto

Was born in 1980, in 1999 he gave up learning and took up painting. In 2001 he took part in Art Visionary in Melbourne. Despite positive reviews from critics from Poland, Canada and United States, Leto decided to give his artistic career a new course. In 2007 he destroyed all his earlier paintings and made his debut as Norman Leto in the Nova Gallery in Cracow. In the same year Leto's oil paintings were displayed at the Centre for Contemporary Art in Warsaw. The exhibition was called: „The negative aspects of excessive freedom at the age of 26”. At the same time the artist began his cooperation with Krystian Lupa, a renowned Polish director.


Basia Banda

I should probably start by saying that I am mainly a painter. In my works, I often touch on personal issues. I am interested in the relationship between a man and a woman. The early period of my artistic life was on the border of painting and object making. These mainly were small compositions in pink in which I used wood and pieces of different fabrics. The paintings provoked touching and undressing which enabled viewer to discover a profound meaning of a given work of art. The last cycle of my works is inspired particularly by Grimm Brothers’ fairy tales. I am fascinated by a mixture of innocence and cruelty we can find there. The characters in my paintings are very often animals. Just like in fairy tales the animals are symbols, means of conveying ideas. The animals become symbols of the power of nature and sexuality. They are burdened with disturbing meanings. At first sight, the paintings resemble illustrations from children’s stories, but soon after, they reveal cruelty and fear. They reach human subconsciousness which is full of filth. These paintings seem to be illustrations for as yet non-existent fairy tales, written for adults.

Mariusz Waras

Born 1978 in Gdynia. A graphic artist, outdoor painter, traveller, amateur architect. Graduated from the Department of Graphic Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk where he is currently assistant lecturer in Prof. Jerzy Ostrogórski’s painting studio. The author of the m-city project including several hundred murals. His work focuses on urban space. His murals may be seen in the streets of Warsaw, Gdańsk, Berlin, Paris, Jakarta, Sao Paulo, New York, Bolzano, London and Prague, as well as in art galleries, including individual exhibitions at the Arsenal in Poznań (2005) and the CSW Łaźnia in Gdańsk (2006). He is also a curator of the 238x504 hoarding gallery in Gdynia as well as an archivist / collector of Polish street art. Freelance graphic artist, frequently awarded in various contests.

Chief judge group

The group Sedzia Glowny (Chief Judge) -- Karolina Wiktor and Aleksandra Kubiak -- has radicalized the Polish performance-art scene. Since 2001, this unusual duo has been pushing the limits of human exhaustion to the further point of serious health conditions. Ania Ejsmont met up with the duo on the occasion of their recent retrospective titled /'Being the Chief Judge/' at BWA Awangarda Gallery, Wrocław, Poland.

Jarek Jeschke

He was born in 1977 in Kożuchów, lives and works in Zielona Góra. Between 1999 and 2004 he studied painting at the Uniwersytet Zielonogórski. He realized his diploma under the supervision of Prof. Stanisław Kortyka. His personal exhibitions were held e.g. in: Art Agenda Nova (Kraków, 2009), BWA (Zielona Góra, 2006), Galeria Klimy Bocheńskiej (Warszawa, 2006), Galeria Pies (Poznań, 2006). He also took part in many group exhibitions.


Agnieszka Grodzinska

Born in 1984. Active as a painter, draftsman, installation artist, graduate of the Faculty of Art Education of the Poznań Academy of Fine Arts, laureate of the 2011 scholarship of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage and the “Young Poland” scholarship of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage. Co-founded the art group Rżnięty Kryształ. Participated in numerous solo and collective shows in Poland, e.g. Przedmioty i widoki/Objects and Views (Galeria Starter, Poznań, 2010) Barwy Ochronne/Camouflage Colours (Katarzyna Kobro Gallery, Łódź, 2010), 10th Geppert Competition (Galeria BWA, Wrocław 2011), Brudne Kwiaty/Dirty Flowers (Galeria Leto, Warsaw, 2010), Survival # 7 – Festival of Art in Extreme Conditions (Wrocław 2009), and has been present at exhibitions abroad: Sme tutaj/Jesteśmy tutaj (Považska Galeria Umenia, Žilina, Slovakia), Figurama (Prague- Poznań-České Budějovice-Brussels), Nikdy nebolo lepsie (Stanica, Žilina, Slovakia).

Honza Zamojski

born.1981, lives and works in Poznan. Honza's works are inspired by a number of complementary concepts such as chance, order, repetition or temporariness. He is also looking for the little, almost trivial things which in his works are then becoming key elements. Honza believes in the idea of conveying the most essential matters through the means of a clear and direct language without any traces of pathos but based on simple honesty. “To make it work, you need to make it work” says Honza, above all emphasizing that for him there is such thing as a delightful creativity which derives its energy just from a certain loss of energy. In fact, this process is turning the artist himself into a perpetual mobile. Besides his work as an artist he co-founded the young Polish Starter Gallery in Poznan in 2005 and runs the small publishing house Morava.

Julita Paluszkiewicz

2001-2006 studied in the Painting and Multimedia Communication and Intermedia faculties at the University of Arts in Poznan. Graduated in 2006 in easel Painting and Intermedia. Works in video, paint, installation, objects, photography. Lives in Warszawa and works in the countryside I am currently focused on studying the complex relationships which exist between humans and nature, on analyzing and revealing the metamorphoses which take place in nature and the image their visual representation, as processed by humans, take. This is an attempt to understand, to feel beings, whose sensitivity is shaped by being psychologically- biologically rooted in nature as well as depend on culture.

Cyber space

The fascinating world of the undefined future, art that strikes at the very core of emotions, created by using the computer environment is a place that is dedicated to the Norman Leto’s works. Here, the viewers will see how the image materializes and dematerializes into dust. The touring route suspended in the emptiness suggests that the reality may not be real.


The collection of world famous photographer Szymon Brodziak is presented within the exquisite black space that holds a mystery. The golden lines that guide through the exposition will help in navigation and finding sensual contexts.

Sensual art

Space dedicated to the polish artist Barbara Bańda, who draws her inspiration from the topic of human carnality, she needed a very intimate and brave place for displaying her works. Eroticism in such form adds the effect of mystery and ignites senses. The viewers follow the glowing pink line which guides them through the dark interior that slowly reveals the secrets of the eroticism.

Street art

The art created in the public places, commonly on the street, is transferred to the fictional street which may exist only as an image in dreams. It’s an incredibly difficult task as the spatial concept, vital in this topic, is changed. It’s all about presetting the incredible atmosphere of an abstract place, and thanks to the virtual walk and realistic details the viewers realize that this particular place is the art subject.

Virtual collection

For the purpose of creating temporary and interchangeable collection a virtual space was created. It is filled with a net – a metaphor of a mind map and image chaos, which in everyday life surround us and interact with us. The interior is undefined, intriguing and allows presenting the art without the contextual imposition.