Geometry, contour, purity of form, and the need to make the gaze pure that goes with it - these are issues that cannot be ignored when wanting to delve into Mieczyslaw Janikowski's work. The endless transformation of geometric forms, moving from the sharp compact structures of triangles and squares to the sensual oval, circle and ellipse. The organicness of form and the attempt to make perception a truly bodily process..

The apparent simplicity resulting from the aforementioned linear figures intensifies the existential and metaphysical process of contemplation that is also important to the artist's creative process itself.

2021 "Mieczyslaw T. Janikowski. Euclidean Meditations", Piekary Gallery, Poznan, Poland
2004 "Mieczyslaw T. Janikowski. Towards abstraction, National Museum, Warsaw, Poland.
1998 "Mieczyslaw Tadeusz Janikowski," Polish Institute in Rome, Rome, Italy.
1997 "Janikowski," Polish Institute in Paris, Paris, France
1993 "Small Format Abstract Paintings," The Kosciuszko Foundation, New York, USA
1992 "Janikowski Painting," Galerie Darial, Paris, France
1990 "Mieczyslaw Tadeusz Janikowski. Abstract paintings", Zderzak Gallery, Cracow, Poland
1986 "Mieczyslaw Janikowski 1912 - 1968: A monographic exhibition.", TPSP, Krakow, Poland
1979 "Mieczyslaw Janikowski. Painting", Desa Gallery Pavilion, Krakow - Nowa Huta, Poland
"Memorial Exhibition Mieczyslaw T. Janikowski", Dorian Galleries, London, United Kingdom
1974 "Mieczyslaw Janikowski 1912 - 1968: Painting", Museum of Art in Lodz, Lodz, Poland
"Abstract painting", Gallery "Krzysztofory", Cracow, Poland
"Gasze", Desa Gallery, Cracow, Poland
1956 "Janikowski," Galerie Colette Allendy, Paris, France.
"Janikowski Painting," New Vision Center Gallery, London, United Kingdom.