Organic abstract forms and non-painting elements placed on the canvas influencing the relief character of a flat painting. Drilling, gluing, deformation of the canvas and the accompanying cosmogony characterize the work of Jan Ziemski.

The abstract art he practiced gains value by looking for inspiration drawn from painting of matter and op. art. His interest in the exact sciences, mainly in astrology and mathematics, makes his art highly intellectual, the foundations of which should be found in constructivism.

2019 "Ziemski - Space", Lublin Museum, Lublin, Poland.
"Visible Invisible," National Museum, Warsaw, Poland
2015 "In search of the third dimension", Lublin Castle Museum, Lublin, Poland
2014 "Sensitization to color", BWA Gallery, Lublin, Poland
"Cosmos Calling!", CBWA Zachęta Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2009 "Jan Ziemski from Polish private collections", National Museum, Kielce, Poland.
2007 BWA Gallery collection exhibition, BWA Gallery, Lublin, Poland
1984 "Language of geometry", CBWA Zachęta, Warsaw, Poland
1969 "Modern Polonishe Graphii," New National Gallery, Berlin, Niemcy.
1966 Inaugural exhibition of Foksal Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
1960 Galerie Le Ranelagh, Paris, France
"Cinema d'art et d'Essai", Paris, France.
1959 Third Exhibition of Modern Art, CBWA Zachęta Gallery, Warsaw, Poland.
Gallery "Georges Fall", Paris, France
1958 Biennale, Venice, Italy
1957 Krzywe Koło Gallery, Warsaw, Poland