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.
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.
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.
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 self-portrait was placed on a poster for a production of “The Gorgonowa Affair” at the Stary Theatre in Kraków.
“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.
A series of black and white photographs showing figures “found” in the shape of branches, made of sticks, grasses, hay.
A special edition of gloves for sensitive handling of art in boxes decorated with graphics by Olaf Brzeski.
Queer version of Edward Krasiński’s mirror with his legendary Scotch Blue.
“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.
A joint collection of photographs to which Grzeszykowska and Smaga refer to as their “private archive” is on the one hand a peek into the background of the couple’s artistic practices, on the other—provides an indelible record of life in such a partnership.
The only example still for sale of the exceptional early sculptural works by Budny that launched the artist’s international career.
A series of prints on the overlooked story of mysticism within modernity, made to accompany Beyonsense, Slavs and Tatars’ Projects 98 exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
A limited edition of Zbigniew Libera “Photographs” album with an original 2004 photograph by the artist, signed and numbered on the back.
Slavs and Tatars call for a rescue of the 400-year-old Trakai cucumber which sadly didn’t survive the second World War.