Greens, reds, yellows and blues are the dominant colors in the work of Jan Dobkowski, whose path of artistic development deserves special recognition and attention. In his erotic composition, various multiplication of parts of the human body - both men and women - permeate. Dismorphism does not diminish the sexual nature of the works, on the contrary, the essence of Dobkowski appears as a visualization of hedonism resulting from the unity created by the bodies of two people who desire.

In the series of simultaneous paintings, the artist enriches the cosmogony he has created with his own experiences, reaching to the three dimensions that build his existence: the past, present and future. He abandons the silhouette character of a color patch laid flat on the canvas in favor of a line covering the entire plane. This line is meant to be an expression of acceptance for the continuity and unity of life. His works, although divergent in terms of the forms of painterly expression used, have a common source in the form of a man - in his body and physis.

2021 "Jan Dobkowski. Intuitive paintings", Esta Gallery of Contemporary Art, Gliwice, Poland
2012 "Pamukle", Stefan Szydlowski Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2012/2021 "Przenikania", Salon Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts and Attack Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2011 "Artemis" gallery, Cracow, Poland
"Cleaning carpets", Museum of Art, Lodz, Poland
"Polish Contemporary Art," National Museum, Wroclaw, Poland
2010 "WOW", Stefan Szydlowski Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2008 aTak Gallery, Titanic, Warsaw, Poland
2007 Espace La Defense, Paris, France
2004 Museum of Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle Warsaw, Poland
2001 Institute of Polish Culture, Bratislava, Slovakia
2000 Salon of Contemporary Art of the Rempex Auction House, Warsaw, Poland
1996 Contemprary Warsaw Masters, galeria 1112, Chicago, USA
1981 XVI International Art Biennale, Sao Paulo, Brazil
1973 VIII Youth Biennale, Museum of Contemporary Art, Paris, France.
10th International Art Biennale, Menton, France
1971 "Young Artists from Around the Word", 270 Avenue Gallery, Nowy Jork, USA
1968 "Secession? Secession?", Contemporary Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
1967 Club medic, "NEO - NEO - NEO", Warsaw, Poland