Janek Simon

The work of Janek Simon grows out of experien­ces of travel between diverse cul­tures, economies and visions of the future, which the artist com­bines using innovative digital tools and DIY practice. The sculp­ture series “Meta Folklore”, executed over the past two years, is an artistic, tech­nological and political fantasy—a vision of a new, univer­sal art created using artificial intel­ligence fed by a database of thousands of non-​academic sculp­tures from all over the world.


Oskar Zięta

Oskar Zięta’s design prac­tice derives from a moder­nistic ethos of innovation and tech­nology which drives aesthetics. The point of depar­ture for the project prepared especially for the Raster Sculp­ture Garden is the figure of the rug-​beating frame typically found in the cour­tyard of a housing com­plex, from which the artist explores a sur­prising space between func­tional garden fur­niture and an abs­tract, futuristic spatial forms.


Alicja Pakosz

The first individual show at Raster by Alicja Pakosz (born 1996) is a nar­rative woven around the figure of a toxic landscape—obsessively retur­ning as a clas­sic motif from the history of pain­ting and also a vision evoking fear, an under­lying anxiety. An image appearing in the least expec­ted moment like hal­lucinations pres­sing under the eyelids. Something morbid and not entirely benign. The artist plays out this story like film frames in a series of pain­tings in two dif­ferent scales and a fully-​formed diorama.


Zofia Rydet

Zofia Rydet (1911–1997), creator of the iconic Sociological Record and the fan­tastic World of Feelings and Imagination, was an artist gifted with a sense for observing the entropy of the world around her. This excep­tional photographic per­spec­tive is revealed in all its power in the series Endles­sly Distant Roads, executed in 1980. In the exhibition at Raster, we present a selec­tion of 40 photographs from this unusual and rarely shown collection.


Krzysztof Zieliński

Wąbrzeźno, an ordinary little town star­ting with W, down near the end of the alphabet, in a lan­guage where “w” could stand for wszędzie—anywhere, por­trayed by the photographer after a decade of sys­temic chan­ges up to the eve of Poland’s joining the European Union, became a visual synonym for the creeping trans­for­mation. Wor­king on colour negatives and alluding to the minimalist poetics of topographic photography, Zieliński created an image of the post-​socialist coun­tryside that is the first of its kind, moving and empathetic, con­struc­ted from mist and a thousand and one shades of grey.


Michał Budny, Kajetan Sosnowski

At the joint exhibition Equivalent Arran­gement Michał Budny and Kajetan Sosnow­ski meet for the first time. The works of both artists, seemin­gly abs­tract, in various ways defy easy clas­sifications of genre. They operate through images and masses but use little pain­ting or sculp­ting. Their com­positions generally finds its origins in an abs­tract drawing—noted on paper or only conceptualized—as a type of minimalist score, the sim­plest recor­ding of an idea.

Poster “Raphael by Maciejowski (The Impression of Possession)”

At the Raster book­store we recom­mend a new item: a poster by Marcin Maciejow­ski based on his own pain­ting Raphael by Maciejow­ski (The Impres­sion of Possession).


Mouth to Mouth

The collective’s monograph inc­ludes all major art works, publications and lecture–performances from the past ten years, with a special screen­print by Slavs and Tatars in limited edition of 100 copies.



The latest, typo-photo-graphic per­for­mance by Aneta Grzeszykow­ska is an up-to-date political choreography. Using excerpts from her film works, the artist prepared an effec­tive screenprint.


Karolina has prepared a special limited series of 30 unique works on paper, which are offered for sale along with the book “Made-Up Story”.

Collector’s offer


Original posters by Edward Dwur­nik from the 1980s, which accom­panied individual shows by the artist. The expres­sive style of these works and the spareness of their prin­ting per­fec­tly cap­ture the specific climate of the crisis decade of mar­tial law, strikes, and the dawn of the Polish transformation.

raster editions

Waldemar Baraniewski
Pałac w Warszawie

“Pałac w War­szawie” by Wal­demar Baraniew­ski, a book from our architec­tural Warsaw series of publications, with a special photograph by Błażej Pindor in limited edition of 30 copies.