In his drawings and collages from the To the end series Edward Dwurnik presents the mental landscape of national streets and backyards. Aggression and sexism are pushing men like a well-oiled machine.
(Polski) Serdecznie zapraszamy na wystawę inaugurującą stałą reprezentację spuścizny Edwarda Dwurnika przez galerię Raster. Wystawa przygotowana została we współpracy z Fundacją Edwarda Dwurnika, założoną przez spadkobierców artysty.
The main prize of the Views 2019 was awarded to Dominika Olszowy for her installation and video shows: The Wake. Congratulation! The exhibition will be open untill 30.06.2019. An audience award winner is additionally selected in a general vote that concludes with the exhibition.
A new series of ceramic objects, created during a few months’ residency, presented at the exhibition “Once Upon a Time in Iran” in Tehran.
For the need of theater spectacle, Aneta Grzeszykowska created a fictitious artist’s archive, consisting of hundreds photographs and several short films.
exhibitions in poland
Two exhibitions by Zbigniew Rogalski in Poznań and Szczecin. Different collaborations, similar destination point.
Album with Aneta Grzeszykowska’s loudly-commented series of photographs with an original photograph by the artist. The self-portrait was placed on a poster for a production of “The Gorgonowa Affair” at the Stary Theatre in Kraków.
exhibitions in warsaw
Rafal Bujnowski has designed a monument dedicated to all neurotics. Monument has a form of a trough carved in the granite paving stones, which fills up with water during a rainfall and forms a perfectly round puddle.
Slavs and Tatars are participating in the main exhibition of 58th Venice Biennale.
art fairs 2019
Raster at LISTE in Basel: Rafał Bujnowski, Dominika Olszowy, Michelle Rawlings, Janek Simon
Aneta Grzeszykowska’s photographs from the Selfie series are exhibited in “The Body Electric” exhibition taking place at Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.
In the 2nd edition of the Friend of a Friend project, Galeria Raster invites you to an encounter of three artists from three continents: Flo Kasearu from Estonia, Sachiko Kazama from Japan, and Michelle Rawlings from the United States. Each of them works in a different medium and cultural context, employing an individual, expressive language. In varying ways, all of them negotiate the social and political dimensions of artistic work.
“Movaland” exhibition by Slavs and Tatars at Ў Gallery in Minsk, Belarus.
“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.
Collector’s edition of Zbigniew Libera’s “Photographs” album with a limited edition miniature format of his “First Day of Freedom” 2012 photograph.
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.
“Slippery” at Raster is Karolina Jabłońska’s first individual show in Warsaw. In her paintings girls wear rings and guys wear watches, but the stereotypical logic of dominance is reversed. The heroines here are idols, soothsayers and thieves, and relationships and passions explode as violently as they end, in emotion. Here exaggeration and hyperbole are the rule for both composition and life.