„Małgorzata Gajewska is a committed artist, modern in her concepts, who deals with unpopular and difficult subjects. However, these topics have a deeper, social meaning. The path that she consistently follows brings together specialist knowledge (the roots of the Bauhas concept) with an understanding of contemporary atomization of society and a deep faith in the sense of design that changes the environment by changing the world.” (prof. M.Garda)

Born in Warsaw. Scholarship holder of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage in 2012 in the „Young Poland” program. She graduated with honors a Master’s degree from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in 2004, specializing in graphic design. In 2004 she received a Rector’s distinction for her diploma. In 2007-2009, she co-founded the artistic group „The decapitated head of Marie Antoinette”. The group is best known for street art and the mural „We also fought” in the Museum of the Warsaw Uprising. In 2013, she designed a fashion collection for the disabled people under the title Avant Provocateur – fashion as an aesthetic rebellion, which photo session took place at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. The collection reached the semi-finals of the FashionPhilosophy Fashion Week Poland contest. The collection of clothing was shown in the Cultural Information on TV Culture. In 2014, she had an exhibition at the Apteka Sztuki Gallery in Warsaw. In 2015, she completed PhD degree from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.


She worked as a graphic designer for such companies and institutions as Bauer Media Group, Cinema City, IMAX,
Douglas, Nestle, Zelmer, Millennium Bank, Apart, Universal Music Poland, PWSFTV i T and many others.


Le Monde diplomatique, Gazeta Wyborcza, Notes na 6 tygodni, Tygodnik Przegląd, Gazeta Dziennik, Gazeta Polska,
Życie Warszawy, Echo Miasta, Dziennik Zachodni, Dziennik Łódzki, Dziennik Bałtycki, Viva, Twój Styl, Grazia, PANI