Born in 1969 - Germany
Roman Klonek, born in Kattowitz/Poland, is an internationally known representative of contemporary print art. He has a spot for old fashioned cartoons, especially east european styles.
In the 90s, he studied Arts in Duesseldorf and discovered a passion for woodcut printing. Bizarre creatures, metamorphoses of humans and animals, meet and show themselves in a pop surreal environment. Striking are typographic elements of cyrillic and Asian characters. Roman Klonek combines propaganda, folk and pop.
From 2001 to 2008, Roman Klonek participated in the gallery „Galerie Revolver“ in Düsseldorf. He attended the festival „Pictoplasma“ several times. Besides his artistic work he is a guest professor at Folkwang University of the arts in Essen and lives and works in Düsseldorf.
2014 „Public Provocations“, Colab Gallery, Weil am Rhein
2014 „Krautrock“, Galerie Pretty Portal, Düsseldorf
2013 „Out of the woods“, Feinkunst Krüger, Hamburg
2010 „Speedy Wonderland“, Factory Fresh, New York (mit Jim Avignon)
2010 „MCD Lab Blinddate Berlin“, Serralheria, Sao Paulo
2009 „Flux Gate Kasachok“, Kemistry Gallery, London
2008 „Hobnobbing Zmirkies“, McCaig-Welles Gallery, New York
2007 „Friendly Capitalism goes Fumetto“, Fumetto Comix-Festival, Luzern
2005 „Spill the beans Mr. Bone“, Galerie Kurt im Hirsch, Berlin
2002 „Holzschnitte“, Galerie Revolver, Düsseldorf
83.8 x 106.7
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