The first public display of Michał Hrisulidis’ art took place in 1988 in Bez tytułu [Untitled] Gallery in Wrocław (currently the City Gallery). 30 years later the artists presents his artistic output once again in the very same place. It includes painting, drawings, as well as film and theatre scenography.
Michał Hrisulidis, born in 1963, is a Wroclavian painter, drawer, graphic artist and a theatre and film stage designer. He has presented his art works at numerous group exhibitions and over 50 solo shows both in Poland and abroad. He produced more than 40 set designs for theatre plays, TV theatre shows, TV series and feature films, including Historia kina w Popielawach [The Story of Cinema in Popielawy] or Daleko od Okna [Keep Away From the Window] directed by Jan Jakub Kolski. At the 19th Polish Feature Film Festival in Gdynia the artist was awarded for co-creating the visual language of Cudowne Miejsce [Wonderful Place] film, while his set design for Keep Away From the Window film was recognised at the 25th Polish Feature Film Festival in Gdynia.