Michel Kichka's comic book is an autobiographical narrative in which he relates – sometimes in a humorous or ironic way – some key moments from his childhood, adolescence and adulthood in the shadow of the Shoah.
The catalogue of the exhibition of the Hungarian artist includes the editorial text by Maja and Reuben Fowkes, an essay by Edit András on the situation of contemporary Hungarian art, a piece by Jerzy Kochanowski sketching out the historical background of current transformations in Hungary and a text by Agnieszka Sachar on the Roma theme in the works of Csaba Nemes.
The exhibition at the Re Gallery at MOCAK will present works by six students at the University of Art and Design Linz in Austria. The publication contains texts by the curator of the exhibition Delfina Jałowik and Professor Ursula Hubner, from the University of Art and Design Linz.
The catalogue accompanies the exhibition of the installation by Jakub Woynarowski, first shown in the Polish Pavilion at the 14th International Biennale of Architecture in Venice. The publication contains texts by curators from the Institute of Architecture, Martyna Sobczyk the co-ordinator of the exhibition at MOCAK, and also essays by Dariusz Czaja and Jan Sowa.
Latest issue of our magazine, devoted to MOCAK programme research regarding Leon Chwistek, Marian Eile, Roman Ingarden and Mieczysław Porębski. The artistic and intellectual biographies of these artists are discussed in the context of the activities and planned activities of the Museum.
The publication accompanies the exhibition Poland – Israel – Germany: The Experience of Auschwitz. The publication reflects on how contemporary artists interpret the experiences of Auschwitz.
As well as an extensive compilation of quality reproductions of the works from the exhibition, the publication also contains a generous theoretical section. It includes reprints of seminal feminist texts, essays on the issues related to gender in various artistic genres and topical texts which tackle the current debate on the concept of social gender and the ensuing controversies.
MOCAK has published the Polish translation of Death Does Not Have the Last – a book by Jürgen Kaumkötter. The publication accompanies the exhibition Poland – Israel – Germany: The Experience of Auschwitz.
The publication includes several dozen drawings by Zbigniew Herbert, as well as texts and commentaries by Andrzej Franaszek, Katarzyna Herbert, Ryszard Krynicki, Adam Zagajewski and others. The catalogue is published to accompany the exhibition People.
The catalogue accompanying the exhibition presented at the Re Gallery, which features works by students at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. The works illustrate the changes that have taken place in the social roles designated to men and women.