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Guido Casaretto: The Ghosts of Matter

As well as photographs of works by Guido Casaretto, the publication contains an interview with the artist and essays on the different aspects of his art, such as the creation of illusions, the relationship between the original and a copy of the work, and the creative transformation of matter and elements of culture.

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Michel Kichka Falafel with Hot, Spicy Sauce

Falafel with Hot, Spicy Sauce is Michel Kichka’s latest graphic novel – following the Second Generation – published by MOCAK. The author is a well-known Jewish artist, originally from Belgium. In this book, he tells the story of his Aliyah, or settling in Israel, the land of his ancestors.

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Beata Stankiewicz Ten Jews Who Made Poland Famous

The publication presents profiles of ten outstanding artists and intellectuals. As well as reproductions of works by Beata Stankiewicz, it contains extensive biographies of the portrayed figures and excerpts from their writings. The book also includes an interview with the artist, which familiarises the reader with the concept behind the series.

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Nature in Art

The catalogue of the exhibition from the most important MOCAK series comprises reproductions of the works of over 70 artists, as well as texts by Dorota Łagodzka, Maria Anna Potocka, Claudia Roth, Mateusz Salwa and Wolfgang Welsch, who look at the interpenetration of nature and art from different perspectives.

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Herta Müller: Where One Cannot Speak: Word as Image, Image as Word

The publication contains the reflections by Michael Groß, Norbert Lammert, Maria Anna Potocka, Christina Rossi and Michał Rusinek, as well as an in-depth conversation with the artist, conducted by Delfina Jałowik and Jürgen Kaumkötter. In the illustrated section, we present a selection of Herta Müller’s collages with their translations into Polish and English.