Malinowski is a French painter with origins from Poland. He graduated from the Warsaw Fine Arts School and he has lived in France for over 40 years. He was an illustrator and film poster designer for many years. One of his most famous poster is the one for Luc Besson’s movie “Le Grand Bleu”, 1988. Over the last decade, he has devoted himself entirely to easel painting.
Malinowski ’s works are part of collections all over the world. His last paintings are exhibited in Marciano Galleries since last year. His paintings enrich the landscape of contemporary creation in a particular and relevant way. They are remarkable for their originality, their level of sophistication and their poetry. He plays with prudishness, intimacy and secrecy in a daring manner. He masterfully brings back endless cultural and spiritual references. The characters’ looks and gestures are fascinating in these shades of white, red, and blue paintings. These works can be found in the selection of the Mickaël Marciano Galleries.