Jarosław Kozłowski (*1945 in Śrem, Poland) is one of the leading Polish conceptual artists. In the years 1963-1969, he studied painting at the State Graduate School of Visual Arts in Poznań (today the University of Arts in Poznań), where he also taught (painting and drawing). In the years 1981-1987, he served as the academy's rector. He has also taught at Statens Kunstakademi in Oslo (1992-1997), Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunste in Amsterdam (1996-2004), Academy Without Walls in Lusaca (1999, 2001), and at the Faculty of Pedagogy and Fine Arts of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (2005-2010). In 1971, together with art theorist Andrzej Kostołowski, he initiated NET, an international artist collaboration. Between 1972-90, he founded and then ran the Akumulatory Gallery in Poznań, which presented the work of Polish and international avant-garde artists. Between 1991-1993, he was the programming curator of the gallery and collection of the Centre for Contemporary Art at Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw. Kozłowski is focusing on Conceptual Art, as well as artworks with text and language.