"I’ve always had a fascination for the psychological aspects of life, the reason behind every deed, the definition of the truth. Both in my private and professional life I constantly analyze the border between subjective and objective, individual and collective, illusion and reality”. 

Dellfina Dellert - is a multimedia artist, recipient of a grant from the Polish Ministry of Culture and the National Heritage. In her works she explores the innermost areas of human nature, focusing often on sexuality, especially in the context of identity, attached emotions, and self-acceptance. Very often she uses her own body as a medium.

She also works as a journalist, creative producer, screenwriter and social video director. She often collaborates with various human rights and public interest organizations. To promote sexual health and wellbeing, she co-created femmera.com, the first online social networking service for women focused on exploration and development of their sexuality (closed in 2015). Among the supporters were Betty Dodson and  Cindy Gallop. She also created and hosted well-known programs for TV, radio and internet on the subject.

2001-2009 she was working with a Swedish artist, actor, and musician, Thomas Dellacroix. Combining his interest in history with her fascination with human nature, they created their own utopian world, where they balanced on a thin border between reality and illusion. By re-enacting different personalities and historical events they explored subjects like fame, image, and originality – in the context of collective memory and popular culture.

Dellfina has lived and worked in London, Barcelona, Stockholm and Paris. Currently  she is based in Warsaw, Poland her home town.

Fun facts:

  • Dellfina was a Muse and a model for the Nenukko’s “Full Circle” collection, premiered at the Tokyo Fashion Week, autumn 2018.

  • Dellfina & Dellacroix had a band Dejavu performing English adaptation of Serge Gainsbourg songs. Songs were produced (for real) by an A-list producer, who prefers to remain anonymous. 

  • Dellfina was a model for Ellen von Unwerth 

  • Large format self-portraits of Dellfina were used  as a stage sets for Don Giovanni, Folk Opera production, Stockholm. 

  • She was an elite gymnast performing for 9 years artistic gymnastics and acrobatic gymnastics. 


Selected solo exhibitions: 

2018 “Power games”, Mokotow/s-ka Gallery, Warsaw 

2016 “What a beautiful end of the world”, Pies czy Suka gallery, Warsaw

2013 "The Mirror has two sides", Check Point Charlie gallery, Berlin 

2013 “I love my vagina”, Exclusivitäten, Berlin 

2012 "Embodiments", Soho Factory, Warsaw 

2012 "Perfect Lover", Tacheles Art Center, Berlin 

2011 "Self portraits of others", Fahlnaes gallery, Gothenburg 

2011 “What you think you become”, Entropia gallery, Wroclaw 

2011 “Perfect lover”, Pomada Queer festival, Warsaw 

2010 “What you think you become”, Art New Media gallery, Warsaw 

2010 “Ap-Art”, Final Gallery, Malmö 

2008 “X-posed”, Utställningssalongen, Stockholm 

2008 “Self portraits of others”, Sundsvall Photo Museum, Sundsvall

2007 “Is art dead?  Deborah Zafman gallery, Paris 

2007 “X-posed”, Marcel Strouk, Rive Gauche gallery, Paris 

2006 “Reality & Illusion”, Fahlnaes gallery, Gothenburg 

2006 “Reality & illusion”, Picassomio gallery, Barcelona 

2005 “Reality & illusion”, Picassomio gallery, Madrid 

2003 “Give peace a chance, or have a nice war”, Kowasa gallery, Barcelona 

2002 Selected works, Immendorf Studio, Dusseldorf 

2001 DAM [Digital Art Museum], Berlin 

Selected group exhibitions: 

2018 “Between salvation and Constitution, BWA Warszawa gallery, Warsaw

2018 “Touch me”, Vivid Gallery, Wrocław

2015 “Divas”, Pleasure Poster Magazine, Miłość, Warsaw

2015 "Blood and Women", Artistania Atelier, Berlin

2013 "Embodiments", U-Gallery, Stockholm

2011 “Sex”, Pleasure Poster Magazine Exhibition DAP, Warsaw

2009 Ricart gallery, Miami

2008 Art Basel 08, Arno Valere gallery, Miami

2008 The 10th anniversary of the Sundsvall Photo Museum 

2008 “Working class hero is something to be”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Avesta

2007“Self portraits of others”, Fahnlaes gallery, Gothenburg

2007 “RAW GOO”, Deborah Zafman, Paris

2007 "Personne/Personalité", M2N Gallery, Paris

2004 “Hype Gallery”, Palais de Tokyo, Paris

2004 Contemporary Art Auction, Million&Associes, Paris (record sale)

2003 FAD, Barcelona, Spain

Selected festivals and art fairs:

2018 “Mood Concept design”, Warsaw

2011 “Art Inn”, Contemporary Art Fair, Warsaw

2011 “What you think you become”, Warsaw Festival of Art Photography

2011 “I’m abnormal II” - Festival, Poznań

2010 “I’m abnormal” - Festival, Berlin

2008 “International photo & video Fair”, Carlton Hotel, Cannes

2008 “Art –DC”, Washington Convention Centre. USA

2006 “Art Paris”, Grand Palais, gallery Rive Gauche, Paris

2007 “Transphotographiques” International Foto Festival, Lille 

2004 “Les Inattendus,” International Contemporary Art Fair, Paris 

2004 “Third International Festival of Photography in Lódź, Poland

Selected publications: 

I-D Magazine , Poland

Pleasure Poster Magazine, Divas issue, Poland 

Mein lesbisches Auge, 12/13, Germany 

Furja, Poland 

Pleasure Poster Magazine, Sex issue, Poland 

Vogue, photo session of the Paradise Found Collection, Italy 

Sang Bleu, issue III/VI, France 

Muse magazine, Italy 

Photoicon, issue 6, UK 

Foto, issue 6, cover, Sweden

Poland Foto, issue 7, cover, Poland 

Eyemazing, issue nr 1, cover, Holand

El Pais, la cultura, Spain

Selected books and catalogues: 

Power Games, Mokotow/s-ka Gallery, Warsaw 

Pere&Mere, curator Yves Haddad, Edition de la Martiniere 

AP ART, Galery Final, Malmo 

Illusion&Reality, Le livre d‘art 

Atomic Love, Le livre d‘art 

Is art dead?, Deborah Zafman Gallery, Le livre d‘art 

X-posed, Galerie Rive Gauche, Le livre d‘art 

The Design of dissent, Pockport Publishing 

Peace Signs-the anti war movement illustrated, Olms Editions

Scholarship: 

2013 Scholarship of the Ministry of Culture and the National Heritage in Fine arts for the project:  “Power Games”

 Photo: Filip Zubowski

Photo: Filip Zubowski