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.

2019 exhibitions

Rafał Bujnowski, Peter Puklus, Zofia Rydet
1000 HANDS

Metaphorically and seasonally, the exhibition 1000 Hands suits the climate of the pre-​spring thaw, illuminating a land­scape of exhaustion and approaching, intuitively sensed change. In Polish literature this metaphor car­ries a political dimen­sion. In the works shown together here by Rafał Buj­now­ski (1974–), Peter Puklus (1980–) and Zofia Rydet (1911–1997), what is vital is the very process of trans­for­mation, and the accom­panying ambivalence, the tem­perature of inter­per­sonal relations and the poten­tial of the human hands from the title.

warsaw gal­lery week­end 2018

If I Were the Moon

The post-​romantic figure of the drun­ken artist is fading into the past, leaving behind a land­scape lit­tered with hal­lucinations, depravity, and shat­tered illusions. This is the story of the intimate ties between con­tem­porary art and vodka. Con­ceived as a medley of artworks and documen­tary con­tent, the exhibition features Krzysztof M. Bed­nar­ski, Olaf Brzeski, Michał Budny, Rafał Buj­now­ski, Oskar Dawicki, Edward Dwur­nik, Władysław Hasior, Jerzy Lewczyński, Honorata Martin, Dominika Olszowy, Zbigniew Rogal­ski, Wil­helm Sasnal, and others.



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.


About Life and Death

Among the latest works by Olaf Brzeski presen­ted at the Adven­ture exhibition, there is a short series of intimate objects with a decorative and func­tional charac­ter. These are original, ceramic vases with attached ashtrays.

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.


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.

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.

raster editions


A series of black and white photographs showing figures “found” in the shape of bran­ches, made of sticks, gras­ses, hay.


A Very Dirty Hand

A special edition of gloves for sen­sitive han­dling of art in boxes decorated with graphics by Olaf Brzeski.

raster editions

Gutt’s Warsaw

“Romuald Gutt’s Warsaw” by Błażej Pindor, a book from our architec­tural Warsaw series of publications, with a special photograph by the artist in limited edition of 30 copies.