NAWER /   Unknown

Poland 1980

Graffiti, Design

www.behance.net/NAWER

NAWER
Unknown
Male
Poland
1980
December 26, 2014
Nina Karaicic is a journalist with experience in TV and radio media. Born in 1989, she had studied at the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Political Sciences (Journalism). Interests: Photography, Art, Film, Folklore, Video Games

NAWER is a Polish Architect, designer and street artist. He earned his degree in Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Technology in Cracow and has been involved in street art culture for almost 25 years. His unique and prolific artistic aesthetics are born from the urge to reunite architecture and fine arts.

In his highly geometrical approach, NAWER creates images that are not only influenced by the architecture in which they are situated, but also reflect a vision for urban structures.  When he paints in situ, his work intrigues with its site specify, his work on canvas is dominated by almost mathematically derived visual satisfaction.

He created Artde7 Studio in 2006, with a focus on interior and graphic design, along with scenography. Creativity stems toward isometric graphics as extant of public and functional spaces. Interior spatiality is described as a blend of objects within space, while painting by perspective and axonometry using aerosol as a main medium. The combination of these two approaches allows a fresh take on the design of arrangement and creativity of an interior space. As his style evolves, the goal is to always strive forward in an effort to connect painting with architecture.

He has been part of many solo and group shows in cities such as Berlin, Paris, Glasgow and Warsaw. In 2012 he received an honorable mention from the Jury of the ARTAQ Awards.

Nawer lives and works in Cracow, Poland.



YearName of the exhibitionMuseum/GallerySolo/Group
2015Graffuturism 5 Year ANNIVERSARY886Geary, San FranciscoGroup
2015Colors in ShapeslandKaiKai Kiki Hidari Zingaro, TokyoSolo
2015Jednakowo RozniThe Outsiders, NewcastleGroup
2014RewireGammaProforma, EdenburgGroup
2014A Major Minority1AM Gallery, San FranciscoGroup
2014Sensitive EyeDavidBlochGallery, MarrakechGroup
2014PL44309 Gallery, DortmundGroup
2013Pixel ShowSao PauloGroup
2013Geometry of ChanceMirus Gallery, San FranciscoGroup
2013MonochromaticStroke Artfair, BerlinSolo
2013Wider Then a PostcardBreeze Block Gallery, PortlandGroup
2013GraffuturismOpen Space Gallery, ParisGroup
2012Futurism2.0Blackall Studios, LondonGroup
2012ArtaqEspace Cardin, ParisGroup
2012Intoxicated DemonsStroke Artfair, MunichGroup
2012Beyond PerfectionArtPark, WarsawSolo
2012instalation Katowice Street art Festival, KatowiceSolo
2012UnknownNova Gallery, CracowGroup
2012Artaq 2012 street art awards - mantion ParisSolo
2011Intoxicated DemonsStroke Artfair, BerlinGroup
2011Artaq 2011RennesGroup
2011UnknownBrain Damage Gallery, LublinGroup
2011Come InsideSoho Factory, WarsawGroup
2011Rudimentary PerfectionRecoat Gallery, GlasgowGroup
2011Superplan at formaganda instalation BerlinSolo
2011Artaq 201 street art awards - nomination ParisSolo
2011Fabric instalation, nawer vs temporary space design CracowSolo
2011UnknownGalerie Confluences, LyonGroup
2011UnknownRempex Gallery, WarsawGroup
2010Fabric instalation, nawer vs temporary space design CracowSolo
2010UnknownStattbad, BerlinGroup
2010UnknownEspace Beaurepaire, ParisGroup
2010Artaq 2010 street art awards - nomination ParisGroup
2010Famous iconsTuse Wystaw, GdanskSolo
2010Designers toys IISkwer, WarsawGroup
2007iNdustrialBaraka Gallery, CracowSolo
2006AlfaNbetBaraka Gallery, CracowSolo
2005NawerBaraka Gallery, CracowSolo