Mirella von Chrupek (born 1980). Artist, photographer, diorama designer, and collector. Her work includes also such domains as scenography and sculpture. In her recent digital photomontages, she uses archival materials to create imaginary landscapes freely mixing elements of fantasy and reality. Experiments with vintage photographs and focuses on human faces and their transmutations. Between 2014-17 presented to the broad public a personal micro-art gallery project called Gablotka, a display box located in the centre of Warsaw where she showcased altogether thirteen different installations. In collaboration with a writer Sylwia Chutnik published a photo book on the adventures of one of her characters (Dino Bambino, Wytwórnia, 2018). Since 2017 runs a personal bimonthly column in Kosmos dla Dziewczynek magazine. Her works have been featured in several galleries and museums over Poland: BWA Tarnów, Galeriia ABC in Poznań, CSW Łaźnia in Gdańsk, BWA Wrocław, National Museum of Ethnography in Warsaw, Institute of Design in Kielce. Participated in Łódź Fotofestival (2006). A holder of the Scholarship of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland in 2013 and 2020. Lives and works in Warsaw, Poland.
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