Adrian Wiszniewski

Adrian Wiszniewski RSA, Hon FRIAS, HRSW (b.1958) trained at the Mackintosh School of Architecture (1975-79) and at Glasgow School of Art (1979-1983). Wiszniewski shot to prominence in the mid 1980’s as part of the ‘New Glasgow Boys’ group of figurative artists and has worked in a variety of disciplines including painting, printmaking, sculpture, neon, architecture and design.

 

Wiszniewski’s public commissions include paintings for Liverpool Anglican cathedral and his work can be found in the Gallery of Modern Art in New York, Metropolitan Museum, New York, Setagaya Museum, Tokyo, Japan, Tate Britain, London, the Victoria and Albert Museum, London and Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh.

 

Adrian Wiszniewski’s trilogy of plays G.B.H., La Befona and Stone have been performed to critical acclaim and his first novel, ‘Touching Cloth’ was shortlisted for the 2011 Dundee International Book Prize.