Marcin Różyc – Chrysalis Original Concept and texts
Marcin Różyc – is a fashion writer and art curator based in Warsaw.
He is an author of ''Nowa moda polska'' (''New Polish Fashion'') book – investigating the Polish fashion in the context of art and culture. He was also co-curator of ''Chrysalis'' – exhibition realized during the International Fashion Showcase 2015 in London. ''Chrysalis'' featured on the pages of Vogue Italy and WWD.
Rozyc collaborated with Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. In 2013 he was a curator of "The Call of Fashion". The artists designed extraordinary shop windows, proving that advertising does not have to scream "Buy me!", but instead can be a piece of art.
I 2016 He was a curator of Austrian-Polish exhibition "Pattern.City.Tarnow" realized in BWA Tarnów in cooperation with Österreichische Kulturforum Warschau. The project has been launched to describe the city by means of stories which go hand in hand with fashion and clothing; to construct a map on which instead of conventional signs and colours there would be works of art inspired by visions generated by fashion and clothing, visions which fashion and clothing are made of. The found stories featured in the exhibition in the form of specific essays created by visual arts, literature, theatre, fashion or film. "Pattern.City.Tarnow" featured on the pages of Harper's Bazaar and Elle.
In 2011, together with Goethe-Institut Polen and Deutsche Botschaft Warschau, Rozyc realized Polish - German project ''Zioła i Chwasty | Chrut und Uchrut'' to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Polish-German Cooperation.
Rozyc also cooperated witch Korczynski Polish Concept Store in Paris. He was a lecturer at Instytut Stosowanych Nauk Społecznych, University of Warsaw.
He has contributed as a journalist to a number of magazines and websites, e.g Elle, Przekrój. Now Marcin Różyc colaborates with K MAG magazine.