Ursynów, where Krzysztof Krawczyk lives, wants to commemorate the artist on the wall of the building at 7 Street. Mural District, design for the design and execution of Barwna. He is waiting for the competition entries until November 18.
– It is very important for me to commemorate Krzysztof Krawczyk in Ursynów in this way. He lived in our company, on the estate, sang about Ursynów and even recorded the entire album “Welcome to Ursynów”. I think you just love this neighborhood. Ursynów has to show that you will not forget this master artist – said Robert Kempa from the bursynowa. – I hope a lot of projects and it will be how it will be. And a beautiful mural was formed – she added.
The works will be assessed by the commission
Anyone, not only Warsaw residents, can take part in the one-stage competition. The design work should include a design with a design, saved and developed on a USB flash drive, and a wall design project in A4 format. Each student is allowed a maximum of two jobs. Works should be submitted by November 18, at 16, at the Ursynów District Office, al. KEN 61 (Residents Service Department, on the ground floor).
The competition committee appointed by the Ursyn board, the selection of the master was made in terms of: artistic value, originality and compliance with the subject of the competition. The announcement of the results is no later than December 1.
A contract for the implementation of the mural will be created with the winner. The Office will allocate PLN 100,000 for ten purposes.
“Polish Elvis Presley”
Krzysztof Krawczyk was born on September 8, 1946 in Katowice. He made his debut in 1963 in the band Trubadurzy. She started her solo career 10 years later. In the 70s he launched many hits, including “How has the day gone”, “Parostatek”, “I remember you from those years”. He has released over 100 albums – solo and compilations. He has repeatedly won polls for Poles’ favorite favorite singer. He was called “the Polish Elvis Presley”, he was compared to Johnny Cash.
The artist died on April 5, 2021, he was 74 years old.
Krzysztof Krawczyk was an inhabitant of Ursynów. At the turn of the 70s and 80s of the 20th century, he lived at the turn of the 10th Stave Street. Date stamp on the street, in the announced year, he would turn with an idea to commemorate the Polish legend with a mural.
Krzysztof Krawczyk’s mural was created as part of the project of the year in Opole.
As we read on the website of the city’s authority, you can go to the site of the tenement house at 34 A Krakowska Street. Brun Neuhamer, the winner of the nationwide competition, was designed and made.
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