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Born in Poland.
Publishes first drawings.
Wins first prize (together with Marcin Mroszczak) for poster of Hamlet in competition organised by the National Theatre in Warsaw. Continues to work with the theatre for three years.
Graduates from the Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw. Diploma work, an animated film The Flying Lesson is immediately censored.
Becomes regular contributor to Kultura, a weekly Polish newspaper.
Emigrates to London.
Moves to Amsterdam because residency in England is refused. Works as an illustrator for the newspaper NRC Handelsblad.
Moves to Paris and becomes a regular contributor to L'Express, L'Expansion, Lire and L'Alternative, as well as to the newly-established Solidarity Weekly (Poland). Andrzej Krauze's Poland collection of political cartoons is published by Nina Karsov, London. Martial law is declared in Poland.
Granted political asylum in the United Kingdom, settles permanently in London. Wins first prize in Forte dei Marmi's political satire competition. Illustrates selection of Franz Kafka's short stories. Work begins to appear regularly in New Society, New Statesman and Tygodnik Nowojorski. A Year of Martial Law is published by Kontakt, Paris, France.
Coming Back to the West collection of political cartoons is published by Larson, Stockholm.
Series of exhibitions in Italy (Venice, Padua, Verona, Vicenza).
Begins work on a series of drawings entitled Mr Pen, an Unfinished Autobiography. Illustrates On Living in an Old Country by Patrick Wright.
Illustrates Pisaratartunta by Erkka Lehtola. Begins three year association with The Old Vic theatre, under directorship of Jonathan Miller, producing posters. Regular contributor to the Times, the Listener, New Scientist and Campaign. One-man show, Woodstock Gallery, London.
Retrospective, Andrzej Krauze: Drawings, Posters, Water Colours, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tampere, Finland. Starts working at The Guardian.
Work begins to appear in the Independent on Sunday, GQ, Demos Quarterly, The Sunday Telegraph, Worldlink and Modern Painters.
illustrates Hegel for Beginners by Lloyd Spencer. Wins Victoria and Albert Museum's Award for illustration.
Illustrates The Enlightenment for Beginners by Lloyd Spencer.
Designs series of posters for the British Council. Produces illustrations for Praxis Press, New York. First drawings appear in the New York Times. One-man show at Simon Capstick-Dale Fine Art Ltd, London.
Work begins to appear in Courrier International. Takes part in exhibitions in Rouen (2001), Paris (2002) and Bastia, Corsica (2006) under Courrier's patronage.
Three Decades: Drawings from 1970–2000, touring retrospective exhibition in Legnica, Warsaw (Museum of Caricature) and Jelenia Góra, Poland. Becomes regular contributor to Rzeczpospolita, a leading Polish daily newspaper. Designs twelve posters for the British Council relating to citizenship and human rights.
Becomes a regular contributor to New Scientist. Retrospective exhibition in Cracow, Poland.
Exhibitions: Salon de l'humour, Saint-Just-le-Martel, France; Mr Pen, an Unfinished Autobiography, Cracow, Poland.
One-man show at the University of Limoges, France.
Exhibitions: Crossroads, Shandy Hall, York, England; L’Humeur Moléculaire d’Andrzej Krauze, Paris, France; A Serious Game, University College for the Creative Arts, Epsom, England. Travels to Rome, Italy, and Wellington, New Zeland, as part of Cartooning for Peace group.
One-man show, A Serious Game (Zabawa nie na żarty), Cracow, Poland.
Travels to Paris as part of Cartooning for Peace group.
One-man show, University of Limoges, France. The Sleep of Reason/Gdy rozum śpi is published by IPN, Warsaw, to accompany one-man show of the same title.
Travels to Caen as part of Cartooning for Peace group. III wieża Babel w budowie collection of cartoons is published by Zysk i S-ka. After a serious heart operation starts making cutouts using a scalpel and black paper. A year later adds colour.
Work shown in Propaganda, Power and Persuasion, British Library, London. Exhibition of cutouts, (Wycinanki), Cracow, Poland.
Exhibition of cutouts, Oświęcim (Auschwitz), Poland.
Illustrated the Italian edition of Charles Baudelaire's Quadri parigini. Exhibition of Quadri parigini in Viareggio and Carrara, Italy. Medal for Merit to Culture Gloria Artis, Warsaw, Poland. Lech Kaczyński „Wielka Polska" Award shared with brother Antoni Krauze, film director. Exhibition of cutouts in Kordergarda Gallery in Warsaw, Poland.
Exhibition of drawings and cutouts Drzewa (Trees) in Warsaw, Poland.
Exhibition of the collection of portraits of writers commissioned by the publishing house PIW, Warsaw, Poland.
Exhibition at Zachęta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland.