As stated before, the project in Oświęcim was part of a greater whole. Marek’s inspiration for exploring the pope of pop’s output and life came from the exhibition Andy Warhol Konteksty/Contexts organized by Kraków’s International Cultural Centre in 2012. During the event in question Marek was in charge of conducting guided tours as well as workshops for young people. Both tasks were carried out together with the students whom Marek had an oportunity to educate, both in the secondary school he worked in at that time as well as at the Jagiellonian University. 

The exhibition showed many Andy Warhols, includinh "a private man and a public figure, an introvert and a celebrity balancing between sacrum and profanum, between figuration and abstraction, between the USA and Slovakia. Sixty serigraphs and three drawings have been selected in such a way as to give a cross section of the artist’s oeuvre (first exhibited work is dated back to 1969, while the last comes from 1987). The exhibition narrative was dominated by the idea of contrasts and, hence, makes it possible for a viewer to decode – anew – the master of pop art. The exhibition was fleshed out with archival photographs from, among others, MAGNUM Photos, as well as books and magazines. Also, an extensive commentary was provided by means of text-boards put on the walls. Typically for pop art, the exhibition surprised its viewers by means of QR codes which conceal the words of Andy Warhol himself…" (the ICC Website)

The above undertakings resulted in a series of articles for academic publications as well as for the local press.  

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