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Małgorzata Chodakowska, 1965 | Figurative sculptor



P olish artist Małgorzata Chodakowska ☞ was born in Lodz, Poland.
1980 - Art School Lodz.
1985 - Sculpture studies with Prof. Jan Kucz, Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts, Poland.
1988 - Sculpture studies, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Austria.
1991 - Diploma thesis with Prof. Bruno Gironkoli, master student.
Since 1991, freelance sculptor in Dresden.








1996 - 1st prize "King and Queen", bronze for the AOK Training Center, Waldheim, Germany.
1999 - 1st prize "Sunny Boy", plastic for the Humboldt-Gymnasium, Radeberg, Germany.
2005 - Price sculpture "The Dreaming" for the entrepreneur of the year, Saxon newspaper.
2010 - 1st prize "Sea of Tears", monument for a cemetery in Dresden (victims of the 13th February 1945).
2011 - 1st prize "I know it", bronze for the most family friendly company in Dresden.
Exhibitions in the German cities of Dresden, Berlin, Radebeul, Zittau, Kissleg, Stuttgart, Bad Schandau, Pirna, Wernigerode, Ulm, Leipzig, Chemnitz, Winningen, Großsedlitz, Glauchau, Rottach-Egern, abroad in Vienna, Graz, Tokyo, St. Petersburg, Wroclaw, Lodz and Veksølund.





Chodakowska lifts her craftsmanship in wood and bronze to the magical world of experience in which the balance between beauty and perfection delivers the most beautiful tension. Her angelic figures radiate an paradise type authority, intriguing and most irresistibly attractive. The suggestion of perfection, the challenging energy of an equally powerful as subdued seduction. Her work is obviously highly respected in nowadays top sculpture art market.
Chodakowska studied sculpture art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (1985). She continued her study at the Art Academy in Vienna (1988). In 1991, Chodakowska completed her dissertation in Vienna (Bruno Gironkoli). She has been honored with the highly selective granted 'Masterclass Award ☞’.















































































L a scultrice Małgorzata Chodakowska ☞ è nata in Łódź, Polonia.
L’artista possiede oltre 30 anni di esperienza nel campo della scultura. Dopo aver completato il Liceo artistico a Łódź, in Polonia, ha frequentato l'Accademia di belle arti di Vienna ed ha cominciato a produrre le proprie creazioni, unendo staticità e movimento. In modo che anche una statua, che pure è immobile, potesse prendere vita e fosse profusa da gioia e voglia di vivere.
L'artista afferma che le occorrono dai 2 ai 6 mesi per completare una scultura e perché essa sia perfetta. Deve, infatti, essere in grado di esprimere e comunicare tutte le intenzioni desiderate. Alcune statue, ovviamente, richiedono più tempo del previsto, in quanto devono essere provviste di tutto il sistema per far sì che l’acqua scorra al loro interno, creando le figure che tanto catturano l'occhio di chi le osserva.