Turning to the inside of a painting. Getting to know its structure - the laws governing the matter that makes it up. Consciously reducing the means of artistic expression and limiting them to the forms of lines and planes. In his works, Zbigniew Gostomski goes beyond the previous understanding of the structure of a work of art. He takes them out of the framework of one specific context and gives them new life through the possibility of giving them multiple symbolic meanings.

For Gostomski, the artistic and aesthetic value of a work of art, which is a visualisation of a problem and the way in which this problem is presented, is as important a task for the artist in creating a work of art as the creative process itself.

2017 Zbigniew Gostomski. Returns ”, Cricoteka, Kraków, Poland
2008 "Paintings and Drawings", Galeria Muzalewska, Poznań, Poland
2007 Foksal Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2006 "Her Portrait", Galeria Szydłowski, Warsaw, Poland
"In Poland, that is, where?", Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland
2004 "House" - Starmach Gallery, Kraków; Stara Gallery, Lublin; Gallery 86, Łódź; Poland
Duty and Rebellion, Zachęta Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
"Warsaw - Poland", Zachęta Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2003 "Europe - Konkret - Reduktiv", Museum of Architecture, Wrocław, Poland
2001 “Around the sign. Polish Concrete Poetry and Conceptual Art, BWA Contemporary Art Gallery, Katowice, Poland
2000 Stefan Szydłowski Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
1994 "The State of Things" - Museum of Art, Łódź; Starmach Gallery, Krakow
1984 Three Crosses, Foksal Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
1976 Because of John Cage's Reading About Nothing, Foksal Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
1972 "Construction", Foksal Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
1970 "It Begins in Wrocław", "James Joyce's Ulysses" - Foksal Gallery, Warsaw, Krzysztofory Gallery, Krakow
1960 "Od Nowa" Student Club, Toruń, Poland