Coeur de nuit, clair de jour
Born in 1956, Warsaw, Poland, she lives and works in France.
Malgorzata Paszko joins Beaux-Arts Warsaw in 1975 and one year later moves to Paris to study painting at Beaux-Arts Paris, where she gets her first diploma with an honor degree.
In 1978, she registers at the engraving workshop directed by Bernard Dorny where «Fondation de France» granted her a scholarship.
Ever since she won distinguished awards such as «Salon Montrouge» in France; «Villa Médicis» in Rome; «Lacourière» for her prints in Paris; «Martini» and «Michelin» awards for her paintings in Paris.
In 1979, with gallery «Le Dessin» she is shown for the first time at the FIAC in Paris. Since then, her illustrations, paintings and prints are exposed in many European countries. In 2003, Alice Mogabgab Gallery introduced her work to the Lebanese public; she has presented time and again with Alice Mogabgab in 2005, 2007, 2009 and 2013.
Today her works are shown in various public collections in Europe: the «Fond National d’Art Contemporain»; the city of Dudelange in Luxembourg; the Library of the Torun University in Poland; the National Gallery of Sarajevo and Picasso Museum of Antibes, among others.
Her last paintings portray more than ever landscapes where she focuses on lights, shadows and specially «nocturne» ambiances. Malgorzata Paszko got her know-how from a technique that she elaborated and mastered in the intimacy of her atelier. This technique is so unique that her paintings leave you with an impression of absorbing her colors in a unique manner. The transparency, fluidity and voluptuous vibrations are magically revealed to your senses.