The catalogue carries a short text by Maria Anna Potocka as well as a conversation between Jarosław Kozłowski and Bożena Czubak. The interview is focused on the origins and the modus operandi of Akumulatory 2 Gallery. The catalogue is illustrated with examples of exhibited works.
This Polish-English publication, which accompanied the exhibition Jiří Kolář. Collage with an Ermine, consists of text and illustrations. The text part has been constructed from a number of components, replicating Kolář’s own techniques.
The publication documents the project Marks of Memory, which presented Wojciech Wilczyk’s exhibition Post-industrial Spaces and Anita Glesta’s Guernica.
What Is Art for? is a research project spanning a number of years, which aims to probe social attitudes to art. Is art just a pastime, or the tool to understand the world and transform it? We begin with the statements by prominent writers and poets, edited by Tadeusz Nyczek.
Eyewitness is a poetic record of the twelve months in the life of the Czech writer, poet and artist. With his characteristic openness, Kolář describes the callousness of the socialist regime, the ruthlessness of the authorities of the era and the drama facing his friends.
Eyewitness is a poetic record of the twelve months in the life of the Czech writer, poet and artist. With his characteristic openness, Kolář describes the callousness of the socialist regime, the ruthlessness of the authorities of the era and the drama facing his friends. The audiobook is compatible with the requirements of the blind. Read by Rafał Dziwisz.
The catalogue which accompanies Marek Chlanda’s exhibition Transit is an exceptional, two-part publication. It consists of a booklet with the introductory text, the description of individual sequences of the Transit series together with the photographic documentation and a conversation with the artist conducted by the exhibition curator, Katarzyna Wąs.
This publication presents Mariusz Tarkawian’s unpublished comic strip Legends and the effect of several hours’ work of workshop participants. It was designed to become a continuation of the artist’s creative meeting with young draughtsmen. All readers are encouraged to remake the works presented in the publication: to colour, to destroy, to comment. Go draw!
Nicolas Bourriaud employs his theorem to interpret the art of the 1990s, which did not dwell on objects but instead focused on human interrelations. By those means it aimed to oppose the objectivisation of the individual in neo-liberal society.
All the World's Women Are in Me! is a feminist exhibition produced by a man. It shows the presence of woman in the world; her versatility and her ability to conform to any context. The exhibition highlights the common stereotypes which besiege women and their helplessness when faced with such treatment.