The painting “Crowds” attempts to capture the unity and diversity of human experience, perception within the framework of collective consciousness.


Each of these small geometric objects represents eyes. Pairs of eyes looking at the viewer from various directions. Individuals in the crowd, with unique experiences and perspectives. Looking and seeing differently, but together forming a collective unity.


It's an attempt to depict the human capacity for coexistence despite individual differences. It tells a story about the fading boundaries between the individual and society, between individuality and collective consciousness.


The author encourages reflection on how individuals contribute to the greater whole and how they influence our perception of the world as a collective unity. It prompts the viewer to consider their own place in the world and their relationships with others.


The composition is intense and full – the figures occupy almost the entire available space, reflecting the nature of a crowd, where individuals are close to each other and often merge into one mass. “Crowds” also encourage reflection on our place in society, our individuality in the context of the group, and the boundaries between personal and public, between loneliness and being in a community.

Series Limits
Year completed 2023
Autor Magdalena Nowatkowska
Technique Acrylic on cotton canvas

104 x 84 x 4 cm / 40.9 x 33.1 x 1.6 (framed)

100 x 80 x 2 cm / 27.6 x 19.7 x 0.8 (without frame)

Inventory G058
Availability available