Artur Szabliński’s Art Exhibition at PSC – May 18

On May 18, 2024, at 6:30 p.m., the opening of the exhibition of Artur Szabliński’s paintings took place. The title of the exhibition is a line from Bob Dylan’s song “Where Black is the Color. Where None is the Number.” The exhibition took place at the Polish and Slavic Center, 177 Kent Street,  in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The exhibition shows 20 paintings, acrylics on canvas. It presents the artist’s memories and reflections on poetry and music. During the exhibition, students from the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) sang for us. Performers: Olivia Kobrosky Eva Papazian Michales Purba, their unique voices were a unique complement to the artist’s works. Olivia Kobrosky sang Amy Winehouse’s song “Back to black” especially beautifully. The evening was hosted by Claudia Nytko, Administrative Assistant, on behalf of the Polish and Slavic Center. Consul General of the Republic of Poland, Adrian Kubicki, took honorary patronage of the exhibition.
During the exhibition, a special auction was held for the We see you Kids organization. Anyone who would like to continue supporting the organization can bid on a special heart painting on Facebook,
Artur Szabliński graduated from the State Secondary School of Fine Arts in Jarosław, majoring in exhibition design, and the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź, faculty of graphic design, and the Upper Silesian School of Commerce in Katowice, majoring in advertising and multimedia. He has been painting all his life. He is also the owner of Consulting Art LLC, which specializes in the implementation of key projects for corporate interiors, the hotel industry, retail trade and projects related to biomedicine and life sciences.
Artur admits that it is his wife, Małgorzata Szablińska, who motivates him to create exhibitions and is their driving force. The exhibition can still be seen at the Polish-Slavic Center until May 27.
Agata Drogowska