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dr hab. Anna Markowska, Professor of the University of Wrocław

B.A. THESES

All theses were written in Polish language.

2012

  1. Dorota Kaczmarek, Transgression and the end of art, aesthetics and philosophy in the so-called "counting images" by Roman Opałka
  2. Anna Lubszczyk, Ornament in Zofia Kulik's art
  3. Małgorzata Piss, Painterly inspirations in Stanley Kubrick's "Barry Lyndon"
  4. Joanna Wątroba, Atomic formula in visual arts. Henryk Stażewski's "Line composition" from 1974
  5. Maja Malinowska, Forms of classical sculpture in the Arte Povera Movement

2011

  1. Karolina Micuła, Mysterium Tremendum et Fascinans. Origins of Butoh - Transcultural Liminal Performance
  2. Monika Mizera, Living Sculpture. The Art of Andrzej Dudek-Dürer
  3. Małgorzata Noworolska, Contextual Formula and a Form of Performance by Jan Swidzinski
  4. Agata Rogowska, A Man in the Contemporary China. A Cycle "Yangtze - the Long River" by Nadav Kander
  5. Ewa Wąsowska, Gender performativity in Ewa Partum's performance "Stupid woman"

2010

  1. Malwina Fojcik, Rat as a 21st Century Everyman in Banksy's Street-Art
  2. Barbara Kępa, "Mystique Perserverance": Between Sickness and Sanctity. Zbigniew Libera's Fight for Spiritual Recovery
  3. Roma Kończak, "The Gashlycrumb Tinies" by Edward Gorey
  4. Magdalena Rusinowicz, Iconostasis by Jerzy Nowosielski from the Nativity of the Theotokos Orthodox Church in Wroclaw
  5. Magdalena Skowrońska, A Game Not Only of Words Played by Stanisław Dróżdż
  6. Paulina Stroynowska, Manifesto For Sale. Consumer Culture in the Street Art by Banksy

2009

  1. Dorota Borowiec, Andy Warhol - Artist and Entrepreneur. PR. Strategy and Managing Language of the "Warhol Brand"
  2. Anna Domaszewska, Mimesis in Helen Chadwick's Art
  3. Helena Dulas, New Engaged Expressionism of Brian Maguire. Artistic Workmanship in Social Art
  4. Dominika Jopek, Human Fate and its Visualization. Quotations from Famous Painterly Masterpieces in Edward Dwurnik's Cycle Way to the East
  5. Dagmara Karpa, Representations of Solitude in Edward Hopper's Painting
  6. Anna Korpyta, Coincidence of Opposites in Tadeusz Brzozowski's Painting after 1957
  7. Dagmara Beata Mirek, Drawings by Beata Kornicka-Konecka. Time Passing and the Looming Appearance of the Days of Yore
  8. Izabela Peczat, Photography Folds by Zdzislaw Beksinski
  9. Justyna Urszula Piłatowska, Proto-Feminist Aspects of Maria Pininska-Beres' and Natalia Lach-Lachowicz's Art of the Sixties and Seventies. Analysis and Comparison of Two Works: Is a Woman a Human Being? and Consumption Art.
  10. Patrycja Piróg, Architecture of Our Lady Sanctuary in Lichen versus Postmodernism
  11. Marcin Raczkowski, Jerzy Nowosielski - Between Secular and Sacred Tradition
  12. Patrycja Sikora, Representation of Power after Zofia Kulik
  13. Agata Tajduś, Egocentrism in the Service of Self-Creation: Figurative Paintings by Agata Bogacka.
  14. Maciej Till, Gender Claustrophobia in How to Train the Girls (1987) by Zbigniew Libera
  15. Katarzyna Trochimowicz, Unrecognized (2002) by Magdalena Abakanowicz - an Open Reception of the Work.

2008

  1. -, Self-Portrait With a Cat - a Vision by Leonor Fini

2007

  1. Łukasz Cyndzer, Stasys - Theatrum mundi. Posters for Theatre by Stasys Eidrigevicius
  2. Magdalena Fijas, Metaphoric Effigies by Jerzy Duda-Gracz
  3. Urszula Łączna, Józef Gielniak and his Dialogues with Old Masters
  4. Magdalena Niedźwiecka, Painterly Inspirations in David Lynch's Movies
  5. Katarzyna Olczyk, Crowd in Magdalena Abakanowicz's Outdoor Installations
  6. Malwina Piróg, Life Eulogy in Maja Berezowska's Drawings
  7. Diana Rymarczyk, Role of the Artist after Self-Analytic Paintings by Jerzy Krawczyk
  8. Kalina Soska, Is Consumption art by Natalia LL Feminist Art?
  9. Wojciech Zatorski, Andrzej Wroblewski's Abstract Paintings