Rafał Jakubowicz, born in 1974 in Poznań. Graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts and Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Since 2000 lecturer at the University of Arts in Poznań, currently works as Associate Professor of UAP, leading the Studio of Art in Social Space. Since 2013-2016 lecturer at The Department of Asian Studies (Section of Hebrew, Aramaic and Karaim Studies) of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Published writings in periodicals, art magazines and exhibition catalogues. Since 2005 the member of AICA (International Association of Art Critics). Since 2015 the member of IKG (Internationales Künstlergremium). Since 2017 the member of scientific board of „New Criticism”, Polish periodical of philosophy.
Rafał Jakubowicz has had numerous solo shows among others in: Foksal Gallery, Warsaw (2004, 2005); Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw; Entropia Gallery, Wrocław (2002, 2004, 2006); Atlas Sztuki, Łódź; Platán Galeria, Budapest (2007); BWA Gallery, Zielona Góra (2008); Pies Gallery, Poznań (2005, 2009, 2010); WRO Art Center, Wrocław (2010); Habeer Art and Visual Media Center, Beer-Sheva (2013); City Art Center, Gorzów Wielkopolski (2018). The artist has participated in many group exhibitions in Poland and abroad including: The National Center of Contemporary Art, Moscow (2005); Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw (2014, 2015, 2016); ZAMEK Culture Center, Poznań (2005); Kunstverein, Wolfsburg (2005); Królikarnia, Division of the National Museum in Warsaw (2006); Kunstverein, Heidelberg (2006); The Łaźnia Center for Contemporary Art, Gdańsk (2008); Socio-Political Contemporary Art Museum, Jerusalem (2008); Freies Museum, Berlin (2009); Kunstraum Kreuzberg/ Bethanien/ Studio 1, Berlin (2011); MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art., Cracow (2012, 2015); TRAFO | Trafostation Centre of Contemporary Art, Szczecin (2019); National Museum, Cracow (2019); City Gallery Arsenal, Poznań (2014, 2020).
His works are part of the collection of: Zacheta - National Gallery of Art in Warsaw; Lower Silesian Society of Zacheta Fine Arts in Wrocław; Wrocław Contemporary Museum; Zacheta Contemporary Art Collection, Szczecin; City Gallery Arsenal, Poznań.
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Pedagogy of Shame (2), exhibition view, Le Guern Gallery, 2019
SP/PS, 2010, neon, 4 × 1 m. ed. 3
SP/PS, 2010, neon, 25 × 100 cm ed. 6