Magdalena Kaczmarczyk (1984, Poland) is graduated in photography from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. Her works are extremely post-processed in graphic software, freeing the act of creation. Magdalena creates her own world of forms and colours, which are deeply rooted on her life-story and struggle with depression. She sticks very much to the words of Paul Cezanne "A work of art which did not begin in emotions is not art." and Andy Warhol's "Don't think about making art, just get it done. Let everyone decide it's good or bad, wether they love it or hate it, while they are deciding, make even more art."
Work / Education
2007-2011 Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp,Belgium.
From that moment ( graduating) I work as freelance artist. I try to make contacts with other artists and groups
My work can be seen in many online galleries which represent me and my work.
I think that my art is very universal and I love playing with structure and colours.
I wish I could live from my art but it is right now almost impossible. I work a customer advisor in the multimedia store.
it is not bad.