Andy Teszner
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Beksiński on digital art
An 1999 interview about digital art and computers.
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Beksiński on future of 3D
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An 1999 interview with the artist.
Beksiński on the meaning of his art.
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Zdzisław Beksiński interview 1997
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An 1997 interview by Piotr Słowikowski. Subscribe ► thexvid.com/channel/UCSx7r29yG8SpAjiSPUH8kxw
Beksinski 1985
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Excerpts from Dream and Hommage, by Bogdan Dziworski, a Polish cinematographer. music by: Andy Teszner Subscribe ► thexvid.com/channel/UCSx7r29yG8SpAjiSPUH8kxw
Beksiński 1991 BWA Jelenia Góra
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An 1991 exhibition at Bureau of Art Exhibitions in Jelenia Góra, Poland. Introduction by Marek Liksztet. (28/02/1991)
Beksiński, 1978
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in memoriam of Piotr Andrejew-Andrean (1947 - 2017) music by: Andy Teszner Subscribe ► thexvid.com/channel/UCSx7r29yG8SpAjiSPUH8kxw
Beksiński at work, 1990
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Maria Czubaszek about Beksiński
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A short fragment of an interview by Wojciech Jagielski.
How I discovered Beksiński
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Beksiński - funny moments
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Beksiński Audio Tapes - 04 - God & Religion
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Beksiński about inner landscapes.
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An 2002 interview by Katarzyna Janowska and Piotr Mucharski. Subscribe ► thexvid.com/channel/UCSx7r29yG8SpAjiSPUH8kxw
Gallery Roi Dore, Paris. Music by Andy Teszner
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Galerie Roi Dore, Paris, Dec'15-Jan'16 Beksiński, Cześnik, Stasys, Morawetz, Starowieyski, Szalek, Szurek, Walczak // music by Andy Teszner Subscribe ► thexvid.com/channel/UCSx7r29yG8SpAjiSPUH8kxw
Zdzisław Beksiński in 1975
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Beksiński visiting Sanok
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Beksiński visiting Sanok
Meeting with Beksiński.
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Meeting with Beksiński.
Beksiński's Exhibition 1987
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Beksiński's Exhibition 1987
An 1989 interview with Zdzisław Beksiński
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An 1989 interview with Zdzisław Beksiński
Zdzisław Beksiński talks about painting technique.
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Zdzisław Beksiński talks about painting technique.
Beksiński at Osaka Museum of Europe's Art.
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Beksiński at Osaka Museum of Europe's Art.
Unknown Photos by Beksiński.
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Unknown Photos by Beksiński.
Beksiński and Friends, 1987.
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Beksiński and Friends, 1987.
An interview with Piotr Dmochowski.
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An interview with Piotr Dmochowski.
Beksiński Audio Tapes - 03 - Hallucinations
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Beksiński Audio Tapes - 03 - Hallucinations
Zdzisław Beksiński - Master's Dialogue with Death
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Zdzisław Beksiński - Master's Dialogue with Death
Beksiński Audio Tapes - 02 - The Colors
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Beksiński Audio Tapes - 02 - The Colors
Zdzisław Beksiński - The Sketches.
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Zdzisław Beksiński - The Sketches.
Beksiński Audio Tapes - 01 - The Elements.
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Beksiński Audio Tapes - 01 - The Elements.
Beksiński in Your School.
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Beksiński in Your School.
Beksiński at work, 1990
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A Day at Beksiński's Home - part 2 - The Contract
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A Day at Beksiński's Home - part 2 - The Contract
Interview with Zdzisław Beksiński, 1987
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Interview with Zdzisław Beksiński, 1987
Beksiński - funny moments
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Zdzisław Beksiński talks about painting technique.
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Zdzisław Beksiński talks about painting technique.
Zdzisław Beksiński - a home video footage
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Zdzisław Beksiński - a home video footage
In Beksiński's atelier, 1989
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In Beksiński's atelier, 1989
Music My Love - an interview with Beksiński, 1992
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Music My Love - an interview with Beksiński, 1992
Video Diary of Zdzisław Beksiński
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Video Diary of Zdzisław Beksiński
Beksiński about inner landscapes.
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An 2002 interview by Katarzyna Janowska and Piotr Mucharski. Subscribe ► thexvid.com/channel/UCSx7r29yG8SpAjiSPUH8kxw
A Day at Beksiński's Home - part 1 - The Crates
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A Day at Beksiński's Home - part 1 - The Crates
The Lines of Beksiński
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The Lines of Beksiński
Zdzisław Beksiński interview, 1995
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Zdzisław Beksiński interview, 1995
An 1989 interview with Zdzisław Beksiński
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An 1989 interview with Zdzisław Beksiński
Zdzisław Beksiński - A Stroll Through Warsaw
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Zdzisław Beksiński - A Stroll Through Warsaw
Zdzisław Beksiński - The Sketches.
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Zdzisław Beksiński - The Sketches.
Beksiński in Japan
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Beksiński in Japan
Beksiński, 1978
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in memoriam of Piotr Andrejew-Andrean (1947 - 2017) music by: Andy Teszner Subscribe ► thexvid.com/channel/UCSx7r29yG8SpAjiSPUH8kxw
Beksiński "hates that film"
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Beksiński "hates that film"
Beata Tyszkiewicz visits Beksiński's atelier, 1989.
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Beata Tyszkiewicz visits Beksiński's atelier, 1989.
Maria Czubaszek about Beksiński
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A short fragment of an interview by Wojciech Jagielski.
Beksiński on the meaning of his art.
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Painting and Music - an interview with Zdzisław Beksiński, 1993
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Painting and Music - an interview with Zdzisław Beksiński, 1993
Interview with Beksiński "People and Events", 1993
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Interview with Beksiński "People and Events", 1993
How I discovered Beksiński
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Interview with my Husband - Zdzisław Beksiński
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Interview with my Husband - Zdzisław Beksiński
Fellow artists talk about Beksiński.
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Fellow artists talk about Beksiński.
Beksiński sanding and priming the fiberboards 1987.
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Beksiński sanding and priming the fiberboards 1987.
Beksiński Audio Tapes - 03 - Hallucinations
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Beksiński Audio Tapes - 03 - Hallucinations
Zdzisław Beksiński in 1975
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  • Franck Fiorello
    Franck Fiorello 7 days ago

    Thanks for uploading these videos ! I would like to know how could he paint everyday with oil painting drying time. Does someone know if he used alkyd ?

    • Franck Fiorello
      Franck Fiorello 6 days ago

      @Andy Teszner Thank you for taking the time to answer my questions and for answering them so carefully.

    • Andy Teszner
      Andy Teszner 6 days ago

      @Franck Fiorello Yes. Manganese siccative. He often started with acrylic underpainting. In general, he loved acrylic for colour depth and the fact that it dries much quicker than oils. After reaching the basic shapes in acrylic, he would carry on with oil mixed with manganese siccatvie (oil drying agent). Beksinski however respected the long drying time, he used to say "archaic technological processes cannot be accelerated".

    • Franck Fiorello
      Franck Fiorello 6 days ago

      @Andy Teszner Thank you very much for your answer. I am extremely grateful to you for doing this archival work on TheXvid. If I may allow myself an additional question, would you know if he used a particular medium to increase the drying time ?

    • Andy Teszner
      Andy Teszner 7 days ago

      hi, Beksiński would plan sections, painting on dry areas (which he made a day earlier). After the paint had dried, Beksinski used to apply an alkyd resin in polymerized oil. Often it was 'Liquin' produced by Winsor and Newton. A final gloss varnish could be applied after a year, often by buyers to protect the painting. Hope it helps Franck, and thanks for watching.

  • etam32
    etam32 7 days ago

    I pomyśleć że kawałek tej płyty kosztuje teraz między 400tys. -1mln. zł. :D

  • ALAN LAWRENCE
    ALAN LAWRENCE 9 days ago

    A simple business transaction. Why all the fuss? Paintings sell for over a million dollars today on the regular. The artist was a simple man who lived in a public housing complex in the 1980s. I doubt he cared about the business end of his art. All an artist needs is a studio with good light, paint, canvas and the freedom to be himself or herself.

  • Thomas Dykstra
    Thomas Dykstra 10 days ago

    Someone below says Bek was a "de facto atheist." Yes, having repudiated the reconciling mediation of Jesus Christ as provided by God the Father, Bek left himself--in the biblical sense: "without hope, and without God (ἄθεοι) in the world."

  • Michal844
    Michal844 11 days ago

    Komuchy próbuja komentować doskonałe malarstwo ha ha ha.

  • Axel Axel
    Axel Axel 11 days ago

    beautiful

  • Mike Bart
    Mike Bart 15 days ago

    Trochę dziwne, że zaczynał od 200 MMX dopiero. Myślałem, że miał któregoś z pierwszych AT lub XT, bo bardzo lubił komputery.

  • Jameson Richards
    Jameson Richards 18 days ago

    This guy is such a genius that he was listening to halo theme before Halo came out

  • Tom Rott
    Tom Rott 18 days ago

    Zaslonil Bexinski kwiatkami morde jakiegos komucha ! Hahahahahaaaaa ... mial gosc poczucie humoru ! :)

  • Next Gen Scan
    Next Gen Scan 21 day ago

    Kto jest autorem muzyki , jest niesamowiata ?

  • Monika S.
    Monika S. 21 day ago

    Czuję się głęboko zażenowana poziomem pytań skierowanych do Beksińskiego w tym materiale... Podziwiam jego cierpliwość. Nie da się w uniwersalny sposob zinterpretować wiersz, obrazu czy utworu muzycznego! Tak jak (B. to podkreśla) nie da się wytłumaczyć krajobrazu czy zjawiska przyrody.

  • BBD
    BBD 22 days ago

    Wow....he is so humble...the way he speaks Polish is so ...unpretentious (I'm a fluent speaker )...I can't get enough.

  • LOOKA B.
    LOOKA B. 25 days ago

    WSPANIALY ARTYSTA I WSPANIAŁY DZIENNIKARZ:)

  • Kamil Milenovic
    Kamil Milenovic 27 days ago

    "jakie cechy ceni Pan w ludziach najbardziej?" - mina i zakłopotanie Beksińskiego na zadane pytanie przez dziennikarke amatorke - bezcenna :D

  • Elisa Vieira
    Elisa Vieira Month ago

    He was so talented 💐

  • Henrique Wanderley

    Amazing and insightful, your TheXvid channel is the best

  • Joanna Czuchra
    Joanna Czuchra Month ago

    bardzo dobry wywiad. ponadczasowy.

  • Snow Man with a Dwarf

    Jeden z najlepszych materiałów z ZB.

  • BEN DOVER
    BEN DOVER Month ago

    Imagine if HR GIGER and Beksinski did a collaborative piece

  • Next Gen Scan
    Next Gen Scan Month ago

    Dmuchowski wykonał kawał dobrej roboty , włożył ocean pracy i kasy by Beksiński stał się sławny , a że sam malarz siedział w domu , no tak nienawidził podróży , i był całkowicie maniakalny , całkowicie pochłonięty pracą , chodź nie musiał był. Bogaty

  • Ewa Mit
    Ewa Mit Month ago

    jestem i czuję się jak Tomasz... :)

  • Xogos da Meiga
    Xogos da Meiga Month ago

    WOW this guy is 50 years in the future, and the video is 23 years old already. What a visionary, he predicted most of what has come to be, and what will still be relevant long in the future.

  • Poland
    Poland Month ago

    I totally get what he's saying. He just wants to make some art that looks cool, that's it! If it's entertaining to look at, the goal has been achieved! No gatekeeping or interpretation necessary. Just enjoy looking at it and the feeling it gives you.

  • Lily monasmith
    Lily monasmith Month ago

    So unfortunate that he's underrated because his art was "disturbed" 💔 He was and is truly... the wizard of art. (▪---•) And truly... truly... My favorite artist (▪〰•)🙏🏻

  • TheStonedstone
    TheStonedstone Month ago

    Odżegnuje się od jakichkolwiek treści i znaczeń w swoich obrazach tak jak Lynch od treści i znaczeń w swoich filmach. Ale i jeden i drugi ma swoich egzegetów, którzy bezbłędnie interpretują o co chodziło autorowi

  • othei vincent
    othei vincent Month ago

    What is this music please, i love it

  • TheStonedstone
    TheStonedstone Month ago

    Super wrażliwy i inteligentny facet, może dlatego nie cierpiał psów z ich nachalną hałaśliwością, natręctwem i namolną wylewnością.

  • Lily monasmith
    Lily monasmith Month ago

    Zdzislaw Beksinski is the most fascinating artist ever to be born.

  • PST-Pstrokaty
    PST-Pstrokaty Month ago

    Witam, Zdzisław Beksiński był wspaniałym człowiekiem ,artystą ojcem i mężem ! Wybitny geniusz ! Jego obrazy to co pięknego ! Mamy szczęście oglądać jego prywatne nagrania. Wielka szkoda ,że los tak ich potraktował. Zawsze w pamięci .W ogóle tamte lata coś pięknego ! Pozdrawiam

  • Sci-fi Freak
    Sci-fi Freak Month ago

    I absolutely adore his work, may he Rest In Peace.

  • Amir Saligheh
    Amir Saligheh 2 months ago

    He paint like he taking picture in dream's

  • Iridescent Noise
    Iridescent Noise 2 months ago

    I'm the opposite of him, I love to turn imagery into music, and imagine awesome imagery like other worlds when listening to music. Love his art. RiP!

  • Ratko Santrac
    Ratko Santrac 2 months ago

    Im 34 I recently discovered that drawing helps me relax. I am learning. I have no idea what Im doing and i don't care what I draw as long as it makes me feel something when it's finished. I've always been fascinated by Beksinski's art. Such a humble man he was.

  • Tireur Noir
    Tireur Noir 2 months ago

    Im więcej Beksińskiego jako człowieka, tym gorzej dla Beksińskiego jako artysty. Nie dlatego, że coś jest z nim nie tak, ale dlatego, że jego dążenie i strach przed determinizmem zagłady i powszechności entropii nie przystaje do wszechobecnego w człowieku ozdrowieńczego poszukiwania sensu życia i uporządkowania. Beksiński jako człowiek stał tak bardzo w opozycji do sensu i celowości sztuki, że wprost nie do wiary, iż utrwalał cokolwiek z siebie, w nagraniach, taśmach wideo, obrazach… Czasem mam wrażenie jakby Beksińskiego nie było, był tylko jakiś bezimienny umysł i ręce które malowały i jakoś mi się wtedy lepiej ogląda te obrazy.

  • witkocaster
    witkocaster 2 months ago

    Podziwiam jego sąsiadów, że znosili te jego prace, które jak widać robił na na klatce schodowej hałasując niemożebnie. Kto zna te warszawskie blokowiska wie jak to wszystko przez drzwi przechodziło.

  • Lucy Simpson
    Lucy Simpson 2 months ago

    As an artist, I've also found that previous layers enrich my work. Love Beksinski's work. His attitude is awesome!!

  • arte0021
    arte0021 2 months ago

    Wow, an artist who is not pretentious as hell. I personally dislike finding meaning when there is none. I appreciate surrealism( be it art, movies, song lyrics etc) just because of its strange imagery. Finding meaning kinda ruins the "magic"

    • Carlos Come
      Carlos Come 22 days ago

      @Cerosty a Death of the Author approach, if you will.

    • Cerosty
      Cerosty Month ago

      @arte0021 it's interesting to read your view on art. But I think I haven't explained my position well enough. I actually kinda agree with your example. But that is because these people try to find the "real" meaning / the artist's intent and failed. What I understand as "finding your own meaning" in a piece of art is something different. It's not trying to figure out what meaning _the artist_ might have wanted to implement in his work. With my approach, we can actually fully ignore the artist and everything he intended. We view the painting just as the painting itself. And we don't try to figure out any intentions. I hope you understand it with this example: Let's assume we're looking at a painting that contains a foggy forest and a ruin of a castle in the far distance on a hill. A small lake with a surface as clear and flat as glass is embedded into the forest and a small path leads to the castle. The painting conveys a mysterious and lonely atmosphere. Wouldn't you ask yourself why the castle is a ruin? Who lived there? Why are they gone? Is there still someone using the path to go swimming in the lake? Where even is this landscape? is it on our earth or in an entirely different world? Maybe the inhabitants of the castle got killed in a tragic incident. Or they moved away and the castle became forgotten over the years... You only ask question, wonder what happended, you just invent theories what all this could mean, you don't pretend like what you think _is_ right, because you don't know what the artist might have intended and what not. You can only observe and wonder... At least that is what I like about art. That you can imagine an entire world around the painting which makes it a lot more alive and fun to look at. And this is the reason why I create art myself; it can inspire someone and become alive in the minds of those that look at it. Anyways, thanks for reading and discussing this topic with me!

    • arte0021
      arte0021 Month ago

      @Cerosty my worldview is completely different. In it only the person who creates the work who can give it meaning. Any meaning found that is not intended by the author is invalid. Good example I went to the website Songmeanings looking for Radiohead songs and what they might mean but i found a crock of shit, where each post interpretes the songs differently and some give them meanings that are obviously completely wrong. It just left me annoyed

    • Cerosty
      Cerosty Month ago

      ​@arte0021 I think you are completely missing my point. When I'm talking about "finding your own meaning" I'm not saying "if I'm interpreting the painting in this speific way, it's definitely the way the artist intended the painting to be and everything I'm saying is right". In fact, there is no "fake meaning" or "right meaning". There are only two meanings. The one the artist puts into his artwork and the one the viewer sees in it. And both are equally "right", because they're both subjective. Even if the artist has a clear message and intent which he puts into his piece of art, it will never be completely accurately communicated to the viewer. So, what even is art? What is its purpose? I would define it as anything made to create meaning, using a type of medium like music, language, images etc. So if art is made to create meaning, then we could say anything can be considered art that is made with the intent of being art. But when the meaning the artist creates is not the meaning the observers receive, this raises the question what the point in making art even is. And there are mainly two options. Either the artist creates art for himself, taking on both roles, the transmitter and receiver. This is the only way the intended meaning can accurately be transmitted. Or he makes art for its observers, to let them create their own meaning. Any piece of art that is purposefully shared with others, be it by selling it, posting it on social media or any other way, will have this effect and therefore was created with this intent. Any artwork which is not meant to be interpreted by anyone is no true art because it holds no meaning and meaning is the essence of art.

    • arte0021
      arte0021 Month ago

      @Cerosty thats what i dislike. If i see my own meaning in somebody's work, it is just a fake meaning. Who am i to interpret somebody else's work? If i were an artist, and somebody gave my work meaning that i didnt intend, i would find it laughable

  • Gastón Eduardo Torres

    Nunca pensé que los sueños podían dibujarce o traerlos a la realidad en obras cómo estás .hasta que conocí a Beksinski

  • Tim Blackwood
    Tim Blackwood 2 months ago

    Well done Andy this is a great one indeed 😍😍😎 his technique is totally unique and I think he must of painted 12 hours a day at least 🤔

    • Tim Blackwood
      Tim Blackwood 2 months ago

      @Andy Teszner he will be remembered for his contribution to visual art 🎨 thank you for the video 😎👌👌👌

    • Andy Teszner
      Andy Teszner 2 months ago

      He would spend approx 2 weeks time on a single painting. Initially 12 hours a day, especially during 1970's. Early paintings took him a lot of time and energy. Towards end of his life the routine was around 6 hours a day. He didn't like showing unfinished paintings, even to his close family. He was afraid that a criticism might change his emotional connection with the image. When someone visited him, Beksiński usually covered the easel.

  • Baggerz
    Baggerz  2 months ago

    daily reminder jesus is king repent

  • Edward Mistretta
    Edward Mistretta 2 months ago

    BASED Beksiński is a Mahler fan

  • Grzegorz Grzejdziak
    Grzegorz Grzejdziak 2 months ago

    Facet znany pod inicjałami PD o charakterze i powierzchowności sprzedawcy lokalnego sklepiku z mięsem i zarabiający na autorze 30-ści do jednego/dawniej/ mówi przy Beksińskim w formie "on". To nie jest do przyjęcia, zero szacunku. Jak sam twierdzi, rynek francuski niewiele przyczynił się do propagowania sztuki Beksińskiego, więc wkład jego był nieduży. Oryginalna sztuka znów wygrała.

  • witkocaster
    witkocaster 2 months ago

    When Beksiński speaks about what is he doing he always uses a word "robota" witch is translated to "work". But actually in Polish word "robota" has got different meaning - we usually use it to describe a work which is difficult, not very satisfying, dirty, like physical work in a factory.

  • Cartoon Mark
    Cartoon Mark 2 months ago

    I love seeing this

  • Paweł Sadowski
    Paweł Sadowski 2 months ago

    Ciekawe czy ta czarna zaraza znała stosunek Beksińskiego do ich religii ;P

  • Shiro Tagachi
    Shiro Tagachi 2 months ago

    Far sighted

  • mat sliw
    mat sliw 3 months ago

    Mozesz zadać pytanie jednemu z największych artystów jakiego wydał ten kraj i zadajesz tak daremne, czytane pytania... tragedia...

  • Hongliang Li
    Hongliang Li 3 months ago

    "I never wonder why I draw a bird on a shoulder... It doesn't mean anything." What a pure attitude of creation -- creating something just to be created.

    • 𝓐𝓵𝓲𝓯𝓮𝓻𝓸𝓾𝓼
      𝓐𝓵𝓲𝓯𝓮𝓻𝓸𝓾𝓼 2 months ago

      @Hongliang Li Yes, but if you have something to communicate, then it's a combination of creativity with a message. Overall, the message is more important - for others, not for the painter himself - if it brings something REALLY positive.

  • Nicolas Montecinos
    Nicolas Montecinos 3 months ago

    can anybody tell me when was this interview? im doing a project about him and i wanna quote some parts. It would be a big help, thx

    • MrManio1000
      MrManio1000 27 days ago

      2078 It's a clone

    • JEF_THE_POGI
      JEF_THE_POGI 3 months ago

      It is literally stated there 1997 Warsaw, poland

  • dr_loubitch
    dr_loubitch 3 months ago

    To wielka strata, że nie przyszło mu dłużej doskonalić warsztatu w grafice komputerowej wraz z rozwojem technologii. Dzisiaj te prace byłyby na fantastycznym poziomie.