Tadeusz Sudol

Tadeusz M. Sudol is a Managing Senior Associate at the Office of Thierry W. Despont Ltd. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Kraków, Poland, with a Master’s Degree in Architecture and received the SARP First Prize for the best diploma project in Poland. He obtained his Doctor’s Degree in Architecture in 1983 at the University of Kraków. As a professor at the University of Poznan and at the Academy of Fine Arts, he lectured throughout Europe. In 1989, while a visiting professor at Columbia University, he joined the Office of Thierry W. Despont and worked as a project manager for many significant designs, such as the Gates’ residence, the Getty Museum’s Decorative Arts Galleries, the Carlyle Hotel, Boca Raton Resort & Club, Luttrellstown Castle, and many luxury residences in New York City, the Hamptons in Long Island, Sun Valley, Los Angeles, Dublin, and London. Winner of several awards and architectural competitions, Mr. Sudol is also an artist and regularly exhibits his work in the United States and Europe. He holds the position of the President of the Roosevelt Island Visual Art Association (RIVAA) and along with other artists runs the Gallery RIVAA.

His education as an artist and architect was rigorously academic with strong emphasis on drawing from classical Greek and Roman sculptures. Countless hours of drawing sessions with live models trained his eye – brain – hand coordination. He is fascinated by geometrical abstraction with its own movement and display of inner forces. Working with different media, often mixed together, he creates the expressive forms of his own dream world. In the recent solo exhibition “Stone & Fire”, using large format photographs of stones, fire and other natural scenes, Tadeusz invited the viewers to experience a galactic journey. The following handwritten motto welcomed the visitors: every stone is a part of the universe. See the intriguing beauty and discover our cosmic connection.

NUDE  Conte crayon on paper 30 x 22 inches
MOTION I  Digital Print on watercolor paper 46 x 34 inches
MOTION II  Digital Print on watercolor paper 46 x 34 inches
TRIPTYCH WITH 3 WHITE SQUARES   Acrylic on canvas 115 x 64