“There are motives to which Slezkin remains faithful for many years (or which haunt him for a long time, demanding to explore and deal with them again and again). The oldest of them, like the form of the black arm, which was once submerged in the crimson monolith One / The One, go back to its roots in the 1980s. The artist organizes his current works in cycles, which are a kind of typologies of existential problems addressed in the space of painting.”

I didn’t dream anything by Stach Szabłowski / Szum