Andrzej Jackowski: The Voyage Drawings

Tower of Copernicus Editions

Sale price £5.00 Regular price £10.00

Tax included.

Softcover | 16.6 x 23.5 cm | 80 pp

Tower of Copernicus Editions | 2020

The work of Andrzej Jackowski (born 1947, North Wales) is largely autobiographical, based on his early childhood memories, recollections of a family history in Poland and the feeling of alienation and enclosure that these experiences roused. Using powerful, insistent images from his past he explores ideas of human memory and psyche, both on a personal and more collective level.

Andrzej Jackowski was made Professor of Painting at the University of Brighton in 2003 and has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally. His work is represented in many public art collections including Arts Council; Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; British Council; British Museum, London; Fogg Art Museum, University of Harvard, USA; National Museum of Wales, Cardiff and Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.

See also: Andrzej Jackowski: The Remembered Present


Order before 4pm to collect next day.

To allow us time to prepare your orders please collect from 10am onward.

All collections are from our warehouse in Melksham, Wiltshire (address found at the bottom of the page).



Orders under £75
Tracked | Shipped within 2 business days | Delivery 1-2 days after shipping

Orders £75 and above
Tracked | Shipped within 2 business days | Delivery 1-2 days after shipping



Tracked | Shipped within 2 business days | Delivery 3-5 days after shipping



For shipping to destinations outside the UK please email us to request a quote.

Books About Art Ltd Reviews with