About

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

Contact
box(at)tomlietzau.com

 

Upcoming exhibitions:

Totterdown Art Trail

Selected exhibitions:

2017

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

2016

  • “Chrysalis”, Plymouth Art Weekender, 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

1997

  • “WRO ’97 Media Art Biennale” – Wroclaw, 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

1994

  • “Symbols”, solo exhibition, The Garbary 48 Gallery
  • “Non-existent Pictures”, Byam Shaw School of Art, London, England
  • “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 – 200 Anniversary, The Poster Museum in Wilanow, Warsaw, Poland / Paris, France