About

Tom Lietzau is a multidisciplinary artist with a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts. His work covers a wide range of artistic forms, including paintings, drawings, film and conceptual art, as well as art theory, and have been shown on numerous solo and group exhibitions.

Contact
box(at)tomlietzau.com

Selected exhibitions:

2018

  • Restless City” solo exhibition, Christmas Steps Gallery, Bristol
  • “Bath Life”  The Art Salon, Bath – 06 to 26 August 2018

2017

  • “Colour Code“, Cupola Gallery, Sheffield
  • “Landscape Brine” solo exhibition, The Victoria Park, Bristol

2016

  • “Chrysalis”, Devonport Guildhall, Plymouth
  • “Hanging Instructions”, Fringe Arts Bath

2015

  • “Around Me” solo exhibition, The Victoria Park, Bristol
  • “Series Painting” solo exhibition, Art on the Hill, Bristol

2014

  • “Illustrations for Unwritten Tales” solo exhibition, Art on the Hill, Bristol
  • “Masculine Territories in Art”, The Arts and Culture Centre Gallery, Konin, Poland

2012

  • “Note Painting: Analogue Algorithm”, solo exhibition, The Arts and Culture Centre Gallery, Konin, Poland

2011

  • “Forms-Pictures”, solo exhibition, MS Gallery, Pila, Poland
  • “Together-Apart” Interdisciplinary Artist Encounters, Pila, Poland and Kunsthalle Willingshausen, Germany

2010

  • Interdisciplinary Artist Encounters “Between Us” Pila, Poland & Homberg, Germany
  • “Masculine Territories In Art” The Arts and Culture Centre Gallery, Konin, Poland

1992-2010

  • Annual exhibitions “Salon Pilski” – Arts Exhibitions Office, Pila, Poland

1996

  • International Architecture & Video Workshop – Bauhaus, Dessau, Germany
  • WRO ’96 Monitor Polski” – Wroclaw, Poland

1995

  • “Allusions, Illusions”, solo exhibition, University of Fine Arts Poznan, Poland
  • “Net Work”, solo exhibition (video installation), University of Fine Arts Poznan, Poland
  • “WRO ’95 New Media Art Biennale” – Wroclaw, Poland

1994

  • “Symbols”, solo exhibition, Garbary 48 Gallery, Poznan, Poland
  • “Non-existent Pictures”, Byam Shaw School of Art, London
  • “The Place of Cult”, solo exhibition, The International Arts Centre, Poznan, Poland

1993

  • “Young Polish Painting”, “Zamek” Culture Centre, Poznan, Poland and various cities in  U.S.

1992

  • “The Opening”, E-Gallery, Poznan, Poland

1989

  • “The French Revolution 1789 – 200th Anniversary”, The Poster Museum in Wilanow, Warsaw, Poland / Paris, France