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Anna Taut - a woman on both sides of the brushAnna Taut was born...

Anna Taut - a woman on both sides of the brush

Anna Taut was born in 1984 in Warsaw, Poland. She graduated Faculty of Painting from Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk in 2009. In art she is interested above all a man, and ways to express his individuality. Her expression oscillate between highly emotional easel painting to express themselves through movement and dance. She is also fascinated by working with glass art as well as interference in space through art mural. Along with Adam Romuald Kłodecki (Theosone) co-creates ATTACK crew - a collective of dealing with street art. She has participated in many exhibitions and workshops.

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