Zdzisław Salaburski — Tashism — Polish Abstract Painting

Zdzisław Salaburski (1922–2006) Actor and painter. Initially, he played in the Pomorska Land Theater in Toruń. In 1947 he performed at the Polish Army Theater in Łódź. He spent the years 1948–55 in Poznań, where he played in the Polish and New Theaters. In 1956 he was an actor at the Stary Theater in Krakow. From 1957, he performed in Warsaw theaters: the People’s and the National. Apart from acting, he painted. He created paintings under the sign of informel art — called in Poland Tashism or painting of matter. He exhibited them many times, they were highly appreciated.

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