IN A NUTSHELL

Magda Ćwik creates works that take the viewer to a different reality, immerse them in the space of subtle symbolism and encourage deeper observation of the surrounding reality. Due to the carefully selected composition, Magda’s works are characterized by a sense of balance, in which each element harmoniously fits into the space. The stories of her works are fleeting, intricately woven and decorated with a unique range of colors.

Magda Ćwik’s works also focus on the topics of internal transformation, gender equality and environmental issues. The artist presents spirituality as an integral part of human existence, which is supported by new scientific discoveries. For this reason, electromagnetizm and subtle energy play an important role in the painter’s work.

She started creating defragmented humans in 2015, until she understood, that this is a creative journey from fragmentation to wholeness. From cartesian paradigm to unification.

Currently, Magda lives and works in Barcelona. She is best known for her large-format murals and interactive projects that she created in Spain, Mexico, France, Poland, Portugal and Ireland. She collaborates with various musical artists to deepen the audience’s perception of art.

Magda’s experimental and investigative desire is also taking her into the realms of installation, sculpture, performance, video (YouTube: aferhoursproject) and digital arts.

She worked and painted for: Amnesty International Ireland, Primavera Sound / Seat Sound Spain, Urban Forms Poland, Kronos Festival Spain, La Voz de la Mujer Festival La Palma, Spain, Arnau Gallery/Street Art Barcelona, B-Murals, Pygmalion, Dublin City Council, Street Art Porto, Texas Monthly, Heineken Ireland.

Her murals have been featured in: Montana Colors, Brooklyn Street Art, Street Art 360, El Mundo, Send Points China, Street Art City France, Behance (18 times featured in an official galleries) and Street Art Barcelona.

Magda collaborated among others with Zainab Fasiki, Eva Pascual (www.evalution.net), Kashink, Alex Serra, Stephen Mahoney, Kartina Rupit, Bubbles, Fran Gimenez, Evan Worldwind, and Space F!ght.

In her latest work, she combines urban art with sacred and biogeometry to enhance the therapeutic function of art.

If you would like to collaborate and have an online chat, don’t hesitate to drop a line magda@magdacwik.com.

 

Publications, Exhibitions, Features & Events

2021
• On auction at Desa.pl
Bēhance, Official Street Art Gallery, ‘The Portal is Open’

2020

• Article in Brooklyn Street Art, ‘Kissing Noses’
Els Graffitis del Poblenou, 12th August, Barcelona 
Bēhance, Official Street Art Gallery, ‘The Present – Kissing Noses’
Bēhance, Official Photoshop Gallery, ‘Created in Barcelona’ performance & ‘This Kiss’
• Street Money Group Show, Galerie Sakura, 8th September – 31st October, Paris, France
• Obert en Canal, Live painting, Esparreguera, Spain
• La Voz de la Mujer, Virtual Group Exhibition, La Palma, Spain
• Kronos Festival, Live painting, Barcelona, Spain
• Del Mur Al Llenç Vol 3, Virtual Group Exhibition, 4th June – 25th July
• World Beyond Borders, Interview
• In Response, Interview: Intriguing Internalizers
Bēhance, Official Street Art Gallery, ‘Vibraising – The Root’
The Root – Muralism & Spirituality, Article in Street Art Barcelona
Femmes Vandals – Female Street Art Show, Urbanshit Gallery, Hamburg, Germany
Bēhance, Official Street Art Gallery, ‘MATINÉE, A Projection Of Life’
• Article in Brooklyn Street Art, ‘Vibraising – Root Chakra’
Bēhance, Official Street Art Gallery, ‘A Cycle of Recycle’
I Support Street Art: 2019 Summary by Urban Forms Foundation

2019
• Article in Montana Colors, THE IMAGINARIUM OF: MAGDA CWIK
• Street Art City, HOTEL 128 – 2019 edition, Book
Bēhance, Official Street Art Gallery, ‘Children and Fish Should Be Heard’ Mural
• Article in Brooklyn Street Art, ‘Children and Fish Should Be Heard’ Mural
• Article in I Support Street Art, ‘Children and Fish Should Be Heard’ Mural
Article in Urban Forms‘Children and Fish Should Be Heard’ Mural
• Children and Fish Should Be Heard’ Mural, TVP3 interview, Lodz, Poland
Article in Super Express Poland, ‘Children and Fish Should Be Heard’ Mural
• Art On Post Card Exhibition, Urban Contemporary Art Auction 2019, London, UK
• Bēhance, Official Illustration Gallery, Created in Barcelona, This Kiss | Seat Sound
• Bēhance, Official Illustration Gallery, US – Universal Sapiens
• Article in El Diario ESSanta Cruz de La Palma, Spain
• La Voz de la MujerInterview
• StreetArt 360, 25 Polish Street Artists you need to know about
• Bēhance, Official Illustration Gallery, The Cycle of Cleaning
• Bēhance, Official Illustration Gallery, La Sagrerina Mural
• Bēhance, Official Illustration Gallery, New Chapter Mural
I Support Street Art, Best Street Art of 2018
Article in El Mundo, Barcelona, Spain

2018
• Live Painting, Nau Bostik, Barcelona, Spain
• Iazzu, Interview: Welcome on Board
• Bēhance, Official Illustration Gallery, Parallel Universes Mural
• I Support Street Art, Interview: Inspirational Abstractism
• MTN World, Artistic Dialogues at Arnau Gallery
• Bēhance, Official Illustration Gallery, MeetingPoint Gallery Mural
• Street Art Barcelona, April Edition, Parallel Universes Mural
• Live Painting, Arnau Gallery, Barcelona, Spain
• Group Exhibition & Live Painting, MeetingPoint Gallery, Barcelona, Spain
• SendPoints Publishing China, Spray on Walls Book

2017
• Totally Dublin Magazine, Little Christmas Dream Illustration
• Bēhance, Official Illustration Gallery, Inside Out Mural
• Totally Dublin Magazine, Poster Boys and Girls
• Live Painting for Amnesty International Ireland, Co. Laois, Ireland
• Bēhance, Official Illustration Gallery, Tin Mural
• Cluster Exhibition, Below One Fifteen, London, UK
• Bēhance, Official Illustration Gallery, Parallel Minds Mural
• Bēhance, Official Illustration Gallery, Free Your Mind Mural

2016
• Dublin Canvas, Colour in the City
• HeadStuff, Visual Arts

2012
• WOSP Group Exhibition, The Back Loft Creative Hub, Dublin, Ireland

2011
• Group Exhibition, Front Lounge, Dublin, Ireland

2010
• Charity Exhibition, CFCP Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

2009
• SHE, Group Exhibition, D-light Studios, Dublin, Ireland

2008
• Solo Exhibition, The Downshire Gallery, Co. Wicklow, Ireland

2007
• Solo Exhibition, Front Lounge, Dublin, Ireland

2004
• Wystawieni Group Exhibition, Sanok Art Centre, Sanok, Poland

2003
• Naleczow 2002 Group Exhibition, WSiZ Gallery, Rzeszow, Poland

2002
• Naleczow 2002 Group Exhibition, Kotlownia Gallery, Jaroslaw, Poland

1997
• Glass Group Exhibition, Krosno Artistic Centre, Krosno, Poland