About me

Beata Biadun grew up in eastern Poland. Learned artistic weaving, studied stage design in Cracow at famous Jan Matejko Academy of Arts. Diploma work made by the class of Prof. Krystyna Zachwatowicz-Wajda, inspired by William Butler Yeats. After studies she moved to Germany, started her path as independant artist dealing with painting and instalation. Took part in many international exhibitions and Art Fairs. Her artworks are archivised in Stage Design Museum in Katowice, awarded on Berlinal Art Prize 2016 and MUSA International Art Spaces 2018 in Madrid.

2018

Year Exhibition in TUFA, Trier, Germany

WOMAN’S ESSENCE SHOW 2018, APRIL 13,14, 15 MADRID

Artefiera DOLOMITI 2018, 13 Modern and Contemporary Art Fair, Longarone Fiere-Belluno, Italy

2017 

No Limits for free Spirits ARTraum MoSiMo Galery, Rees

Parallax Art Fair, Chelsea Town Hall, London

  • “Ladies Portraits” Exhibition in the Mercedes Benz Oldtimer Studio Mosel Classics, Traben-Trarbach

2016

  • Tokyo International Art Fair 2016, Tokyo
  • “Palatina” Group Exhibition, Coronari 111, Rome
  • Group Exhibition, “Art in Mind”, The Brick Lane Gallery, London

2015

  • “The Application Form” Atelier’s Opening Exhibition, Traben-Trarbach

2014

  • Exhibition in the International Marziart Gallery, Hamburg

2011

  • Graduation work “The plays of William Butler Yeats” archived in the Center of Polish Scenography in Katowice
  • Participation in Performance “Prison” at the Prague Quadrennial
  • “Two Worlds” Center of Polish Scenography in Katowice

2010

  • “Stage designs for dramas of Yukio Mishima”, PWST, Cracow
  • International Group Exhibition “Romeo and Juliet”, Academy of Fine Art, Kiev

2009

  • Group Exhibition in the Center of Polish Scenography in Katowice
  • Group Exhibition of “Master and Disciples” Professor A. Brincken, Tarrnowskie Gory
  • Group Exhibition “Cracks of Memory” Stage Design Gallery, Cracow

2007

  • Group Exhibition “Liberation” Stage Design Gallery, Cracow

2006

  • Group Exhibition “Chocholy” Stage Design Gallery, Cracow