Biography

ANTONI MALINOWSKI

1955

Born Warsaw, Poland

1974-79

Academy of Fine Art, Warsaw

1981-82

MA Chelsea College of Art, London

Since 1980

Antoni Malinowski has lived and worked in London

1988

Acquired British Citizenship

SELECTED SOLO SHOWS

2018

Light Triggered
Painting installation at Ragged School Museum, London
Curated by Jenni Lomax

2018

Almost Seen
Painting installation

1+1+1exhibition at Assab One, Milan

2013

Light Sensitive
Installation Museum of Cinematography, Lodz

2012

Spectral Flip
Aid and Abet, Cambridge

2011

Giardino Veneziano Animali Domestici, London

2010

Teatrino
The Contemporary Art Gallery, Opole

Bridging Colours
Gallery 175, Seoul

2009

The Polish Connection
Dulwich Picture Gallery, London
Royal Castle, Warsaw

2007

Meditation Museum, Seoul
Gimpel Fils, London

2005

Bridging Lines
Studio Visconti, Milan
Assab One, Milan

2004

New Paintings
Gimpel Fils, London

Chronografia
Galeria Klimy Bochenskiej, Warsaw Bridging Lines

Architectural Biennale, Venice

2002

Thresholdscapes
Gimpel Fils, London

2001

Echoing the Pavilion
The Architectural Association, London De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea

1999

Royal Court Theatre Project – related work Gimpel Fils, London

1998

Wall Drawing for RIBA, London

1997

Camden Arts Centre, London
Newlyn Art Gallery, Penzance
Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Wales

1995

Gimpel Fils, London

1993

Marie-Louise Wirth Gallery, Zurich
Gimpel Fils, London

Shelters/Zufluchten, Von Ort, Langenhagen, Germany

1991

Galeria Dziekanka, Warsaw

1990

The Showroom, London

1989

Mario Flecha Gallery, London

1988

Provisional Statements on the Rights of the Citizens (installation)
Angel Studios, London
Galerie Wilma Tolksdorf, Hamburg

1987

Life Drawing (installation and performance)
Chisenhale Gallery, London
Galerie Wilma Tolksdorf, Hamburg

1986

The Drawing Room (installation)
London

1985

Kuenstlerhouse, Hamburg

1983

South Hill Park Centre, Bracknell

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS

2019

Colour and Poetry
Slade MA symposium participants’ exhibition

2017

Faith
Slade MA students and tutors, Austin Forum, London

2016

Spaces Between Things
Richard Saltoun Gallery, London

2015

Drawing Room Biennial, London

2014

Conversation Pieces – A View from a Window
Camden Arts Centre

Mobility of the Line
Brighton University Gallery

2013

Drawing Biennial
The Drawing Room, London

2012

Collaborators 3
ROOM, London

Homenagem Shelagh Wakely
Museu do Acude
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2011

Drawing Biennial
The Drawing Room, London

Unearthed
Creative remains Carpenters Road Studios project

2010

In Space
Polonia Biennale, Opole

2009

Drawing Biennial Fundraiser
The Drawing Room, London

2005

Dis/Continuity of Line
Assab One, Milan

2004

Tracing the Land
Gimpel Fils, London

2001

Gimpel Fils, London

1998

What is a Photograph?
Five Years, London

1997

The Subject of Art
Nat West Group Art Collection, London

1995

Recent Contemporary Art Society Purchases
Butler Gallery, Kilkenny Castle, Ireland

London Stories
JE Gallery, Winterthur, Switzerland

1994

Recent CAS Art Acquisitions
MOMA, Oxford

1993

EC Young Painters (representing Britain)
Seoul, South Korea

Moving Into View
Recent British Painting Royal Festival Hall, London

1992

New Voices, The British Council Show
Brussels, Luxemburg, Barcelona, Valencia
Todd Gallery, London

Whitechapel Open, London

Northen Adventures
Camden Arts Centre and St Pancras Station, London

Brit Art
Kuensthouse, Glarus, Switzerland

The Infanta of Castile (installation)
London
Bruno Bucher, Poitier

1991

Broadgate Exhibition, London

Present Continous
International Art Exhibition, Bath

Galeria Fucares, Madrid

Jestesmy
Galeria Zacheta, Warsaw
Galeria Nicola von Senger, Zurich

1990

Drawing Show
Mario Flecha Gallery, London

Sign
New Academy Gallery, London

Kustraum, Goeppingen, Germany

What is a Gallery?
Kettles Yard, Cambridge
Whitechapel Open, London

1989

Whitechapel Open, London

1988

Open Futures
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Syzygy
Mario Flecha Gallery, London
Whitechapel Open, London

1987

Icons
Mario Flecha Gallery, London

National Review of Life Art
Riverside Studios, London

1986

Placed/Displaced(installation)
Chisenhale Gallery, London

COMMISSIONS

2019

Mill Square Reflection
Permanent painting installation on two elevations
Chelmsford City Centre

2018

Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
Mosaic for the entrance to the new building by Eric Parry
On Bryanston Street, London

2017

Bush Theatre, London
New ceiling paintings in the foyer.

2016

Walmer Yard, London – colour design
Collaboration with Peter Sapter

2015

Mathematical Institute, Oxford
A permanent painting installation in the foyer

2014

Chichester Festival Theatre
Painting interventions throughout the building

Donmar Theatre Studios
Saturated Stairs (a polychrome staircase)
Collaboration with Haworth Tompkins Architects

2013

Everyman Theatre, Liverpool
Ceiling paintings for the foyer
Collaboration with Haworth Tompkins Architects
(Sterling Prize)

2012

cb1 Cambridge
Facade “Translucent Drawing” intervention

2011

Bush Theatre, London
Colour design for the foyer and wall and ceiling paintings
Collaboration with Haworth Tompkins Architects

2009

Mosaic for the facade of the new building by Eric Parry Architects on Maddox Street, London

2007

Colour design for the facade and painterly interventions inside the Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre
Collaboration with Haworth Tompkins Architects

2004

Artist Colourist
BBC Broadcasting House redevelopment project

2002

Luxor Theatre, Rotterdam
Wall paintings
Collaboration with Bolles+Wilson Architects.

2002

Wall drawing and installation private residence, Berlin

2000

Royal Court Theatre, London
Large scale wall painting
Collaboration with Haworth Tompkins Architects.

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Tate Gallery
British Council
Arts Council
Nat West Group Art Collection MOMA, Oxford (CAS)

TEACHING

1984 – 1996

Drawing and painting tutor at Chelsea School of Art, London

2000 – 2019

Drawing and colour course tutor at the AA School of Architecture, London

2013 – 2018

Visiting tutor at the MA course Slade School of Art, UCL, London