Jan Pruski was born in 1957. He lives in Olsztyn where he works as an artist (mosty using mixed techniques on paper), sculptor and graphic designer. He has exhibited frequently, both nationally and internationally, individually and with other artists. His works are found in many private and also state collections, and he has taken part in international art, symposia.
In 2004 he represented Poland with an individual exhibition in Paris as part of the „New Poland” season.

Professional experience

Individual and joint exhibitions:

2011 – Promotion of new Jan Pruski catalog and show the latest paintings from the „Windows” cycle;-Gallery 69 Dorotowo, Olsztyn, opening of the exhibition prof Henryk Cześnik

2010 – Promotion of new Jan Pruski catalog and show the latest paintings from the „Windows” cycle; Castel – Nicolaus Copernicus room, Olsztyn

2009 – ROUGHTRADE Ruppige Kunst Aus Polen H.Cześnik, J.Pruski, R.Szczęsny  im KunstvereinGraz, Regensburg Germany

2009 – „New figuration” painting: Henryk Cześnik,Jan Pruski; photos Krzysztof Skłodowski, Gallery Amfilada, Olsztyn Poland

2009 – White and black obiects, Gallery  OFFicyna, Szczecin Poland

2008 – Henryk Cześnik and friends: Leszek Możdżer, Jan Pruski, Bohema Jazz Club, Olsztyn Poland

2008 – painting and photos: Jan Pruski, Dominika Hoppe, Krzysztof Skłodowski Gallery 69 Dorotowo Poland

2007 – individual exhibition Galeria Marszałkowska, Olsztyn;

– individual exhibition  3 x round a landscape  “EL” Art  Gallery, Elbląg, Poland

2006 – organiser, contributor and curator, joint exhibition  New generation of memory Art and  Exhibitions Bureau, Olsztyn, and National Museum of Stutthof, Sztutowo, Poland

– annual scholarship from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland

2005 – organiser, contributor and curator of joint exhibition  Sixtieth anniversary of the liberation of camp Stutthof National Museum of Stutthof, Sztutowo

– joint exhibition Culture at a crossing  Labirynt Gallery, Krakow and  Farum Kulturhus, Farum, Denmark

2005 – Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland badge of honour “Person of Merit to Polish Culture”

2004 – represented Poland with an individual exhibition in Paris as part of the New Poland season, Paris,  in co-operation with the Polish  Institute in Paris

2003 – Jan Pruski and Friends (Franz Kunzel, Jurgen Huber) Graz Kunstverein, Regensburg,  Germany

– individual exhibition Between landscape and form  Rynek Gallery, Olsztyn

– individual exhibition White  Garage Gallery,  Olsztyn

– individual exhibition, untitled,  Gallery 69, Dorotowo, Poland

2002 – individual exhibition, untitled,  Modern Art Gallery, Olsztyn

– individual exhibition, untitled,  Garage Gallery, Olsztyn

– VII Biennial of Graphics of the Baltic Sea Countries  Kaliningrad State Art

– Gallery and Museum of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn

2001 – individual exhibition Objects Polish Institute, Stockholm

1997 – Fine arts in the second half of the XX century  Art and Exhibitions Office, Olsztyn

1996 – European Graphics and Sculpture  Art Club, Burgwedel, Germany

– A Polish Artist in Germany 1991-1996  Willy Brandt Haus, Berlin

1995 – individual exhibition Polish Art  Polish Institute Art Gallery, Berlin

1994 – Polish-German Days of Art  Castle Gallery, Reszel, Poland

– On the City Walls  Bursars, Germany

– Dipol 94, Sculpture, Brecht Haus, Berlin



2002 – Polish-German Art Symposium Dobre Miasto, Poland

1995 – Beyond All Borders 95 International  Art Symposium, Sculpture and

– Ceramics, Oderbrücke, Germany

1994 – Dipol  Sculpture Symposium, Berlin