Showing the infinite elusive by subtly materialising and visualising its presence. Something that might theoretically seem impossible for Edward Krasiński turned out to be downright terrifyingly banal. The blue line, appearing almost everywhere, 19 mm wide and placed at a height of 1.3 m, became a medium that on the one hand made the viewer aware of the vastness of reality, while on the other hand almost depressingly indicating the impermanence and suggestiveness of his being.
The abandonment of a multiplicity of formal means in favour of minimalism expresses the artist's ironic approach to the classical canons of art and the reality that surrounds him as an artist and art. This attitude allowed for the conceptual autonomy of the line as the main means of artistic expression, which places Krasiński at the forefront of Polish avant-garde artists.
"B", Foksal Gallery Foundation, Warsaw, Poland
"The comprehension of being. Darkness. Infinity. Daily." Kyoto City University from Arts, Kyoto, Japan
“Ostalgia”, New Museum w Nowym Jorku, USA
„Blue Scotch”, Starmach Gallery, Kraków, Poland
"Polish Sculpture", Musee d'art. Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France