We still have questions: why EGO? What is behind the uneasy topic of the satirical contest? Filip (our satyricon boy, a characteristic sculpture on NMP Street in Legnica) decided to ask the chairman of the Artistic Council of Satyrykon – prof. Eugeniusz Skorwider and the originator of the topic – WHY EGO? Why EGO?
Satyrykon has been organized in Legnica since 1977. This is one of the world’s most important competitions for visual artists. Every year, Satyrykon receives thousands of works by artists from all over the world. For many years, the competition proposals can be sent in two thematic sections, in which the following prizes are awarded: gold,
Artur Andrus is the laureate of Szpila Satyrykon 2022. A popular journalist, satirist and singer. For Satyrykon, he was the creator of the cabaret stage of the Legnica festival of satire as the summer. He opened the 40th anniversary of Satyrykon as a master of ceremonies. He also made bowls, which from 2013 selects the
45. edycja Satyrykonu, czyli Międzynarodowa Wystawa SATYRYKON – Legnica 2022 ponownie zawita w Muzeum Karykatury im. E. Lipińskiego w Warszawie. Wystawa będzie prezentowana od 13 września do 23 października 2022 r. Na tegoroczny 45. Satyrykon zgłoszono 2500 prac 764 autorów z 65 krajów świata. Do wystawy pokonkursowej zakwalifikowano 188 prac. Prace oceniano w dwóch kategoriach
SATYRYKON GALLERY CALLING AT ILLUSTRATION The Satyrykon Gallery is a very important place on the cultural map of Poland, let it be even for the reason that it is one of very few exhibition venues which dedicate both their concern and space to illustration in its widest meaning, and illustrators themselves. Within this group a
Born in Iranian Tehran in 1979, the artist won the Grand Prix of this year’s edition of Satyrykon – his work „Communists!”. He immediately drew the attention of the jurors, and his political undertones were commented on by both the committee and satire lovers. Seyed Ali Miraee personally picked up this extremely important prize for
About the exhibition The presentation comprises two solo shows of Małgorzata Lazarek and Przemysław Dunaj. The starting point of a proposed narration is their meeting at Satyrykon in 1999. The exhibition follows two directions, and it shows their works from that period. The course of time has been marked by graphic means – a dotted