Leon Tarasewicz is an artist for whom the exhibition space of a work of art is as important as the work itself. The integral combination of painterly expressions on canvas is merely an allusive starting point to the world surrounding the artist.

Nature, which is so close to Tarasewicz - at first being the main subject of his works - is made to open up to him the world of colours and the contrasts present in them, in order to start a dialogue on the condition of contemporary reality in a highly original and courageous manner.

The monumental paintings draw attention to the transience of moments of reverie and reflection, which are easiest to come by when surrounded by pristine nature, so rare in the urban landscape.

In what is apparently seen as metaphysical by means of the play of sharp colours, texture and light, Tarasewicz emphasises that an image is nothing more than an image, and that its development should be sought in a space coherent with nature. 

2018 "Jerusalem", Foksal Gallery, Warsaw, Poland Exhibition of works by Leon Tarasewicz, Museum of Architecture, Wrocław, Poland
2017 The exhibition Supraska Academy/Arsenal Gallery
2016 "Leon Tarasewicz", EGO Gallery, Poznań, Poland
2015–2016 "Art to the place. Deep blue. Leon Tarasewicz ”, Silesian Museum, Katowice, Poland
2015 Leon Tarasewicz. Painting Installation, National Museum, Krakow, Poland
2013 "Boundaries of painting - boundaries of galleries", Biała Gallery, Lublin
2007 Upper Silesian Museum in Bytom; "Leon Tarasewicz - Polish Institute in Budapest", Museen für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte, Lubeck, Germany
2003 Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland
"Magnificent 7" - BWA Contemporary Art Gallery, Olsztyn, Poland
"Tarasiewicz dla Poznania" - a spatial project on the colonnade of the Grand Theater in Poznań
2002 "The Silence of the Image - Strzemiński - Opałka - Tarasiewicz", National Museum, Szczecin, Poland
2001 49th Venice Biennale, Italy
Gary Tatintsian Gallery, New York, USA
Springer &. Wincker Galerie, Berlin, Germany
Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm, Sweden
Galleria del Cavallino, Venice Italy
1997 Walerij S Aalst, Belgium “Horizons”, Chosun Ilbo gallery, Seoul, South Korea
1994 "Scratch in space", Zachęta Gallery in Warsaw, Springer & Winckler Galleries in Frankfurt, Foksal Gallery in Warsaw, Poland
1991 Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Izrael
1990 Galerie Fahnemann, Berlin. Germany
“Polen Zeit Kunst”, Berlin, Germany
1987 “Locus Solus”, Nordenhake Gallery, Stockholm
Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, USA
19th International Art Biennale in Sao Paulo