For the fourth time, within the impressive interiors of the National Theatre in Warsaw, a vernissage of talented Polish artists was organised as part of the “Jasiński & Friends” series. The event, organised by the renowned young painter Dominik Jasiński, was backed by OKNOPLAST Group, the leading European manufacturer of PVC windows and doors.
About the WINDOW on Art exhibition
The exhibition of the “Jasiński & Friends” series opened for the fourth time at the AMARISTO przy Teatrze gallery in the National Theatre. The idea behind “Jasiński & Friends” is mainly to promote Polish art, i.e. painting, sculpture, graphics, photography, and to build positive relations between artistic circles and cultural institutions, as well as business and individual art lovers. It is also the perfect opportunity to see the diversity of the young generation of Polish art. As in previous editions, this time artists from various fields and styles were also invited to participate.
“We are opening the window on art for you, letting in some artistic fresh air and bringing in a lot of creativity. The “Jasiński & Friends” project is proof that we can speak of Polish art with pride,” – said Dominik Jasiński, one of the most talented and acclaimed artists of the young generation, who is also the curator and mastermind behind the exhibition.
As special guest of the vernissage on 28 September, the renowned graphic artist Andrzej Pągowski was invited. During the vernissage, guests had the opportunity to purchase the exhibited works, including Andrzej Pągowski’s posters from his private collection.
OKNOPLAST supports ambitious undertakings
The company, based near Kraków, has been participating in various social and cultural projects since its foundation. Our company has an eye for out-of-the-box initiatives that allow people to develop their passions and learn new skills. In 2015, OKNOPLAST provided the windows and doors for one of the Finnish houses in Warsaw belonging to the NGO “Państwomiasto”. The NGO is a place for all those who are interested in making positive changes to their environment by organising meetings, debates, workshops, networking sessions, as well as trainings, film screenings, theatre performances and concerts. OKNOPLAST was also the partner of the Papal Oratory entitled “The Pilgrim of Kraków”, commemorating the second anniversary of beatification of John Paul II and the 30th anniversary of his visit to Kraków.
Sponsorship of the “Jasiński & Friends” exhibition naturally followed from our participation in the aforementioned projects. All the more so, because OKNOPLAST is known not only for our passion for innovation, but also our taste for modern design. Furthermore, as a company successful on many European markets, OKNOPLAST is always ready to support initiatives promoting Polish brands, including talented Polish creators.