Raster participates in the 2017 edition of Tokyo Art Book Fair. It’s the biggest art book fair in Asia, with a high-culture schedule of exhibitions, screenings and panels. Around 350 booksellers, publishers, gallery presses and artists from all over the world take part in it, with our gallery as the only exhibitor from Central and Eastern Europe.
After being shown at Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw, Pejman Foundation, Tehran, and SALT Galata in Istalbul, the collective’s first mid-career survey “Mouth to Mouth” is presented at CAC Vilnius.
warsaw gallery weekend 2017
Sourced from the multiple architectonic and technological realities that exist in Warsaw, the subjects of Tajima’s exhibition—machine, book, and body—are unseen. Instead they provide the underlying technical material for the hardware-laden sculptures and abstract woven textiles in AIR. Together the objects intimate a still obstinate and unreadable body in transformation. Skin perforated. Mind laced. Input ready. Configured for performance—work, pleasure, war. Not yet fully machine.
The exhibition at Raster will be the first individual show of the artist’s works in this part of Europe, premiering September 2017 as part of Warsaw Gallery Weekend.
An annual festival of contemporary art put together by private galleries around the city. The extensive program of exhibitions and special events reflects the most exciting currents in the Warsaw art scene today over three activity-packed days.
The publication is chronicling Poland’s most exciting fashion designers and the country’s most groundbreaking fashion trends from the post-war period to present day.
After being shown at Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw and Pejman Foundation, Tehran, the collective’s first mid-career survey “Mouth to Mouth” is presented at SALT Galata.
Slavs and Tatars’ mid-career survey “Mouth to Mouth” evolves into “Nose to Nose” in Teheran
An exhibition that brings together the works of four artists – Zbigniew Libera and Przemek Matecki, represented by Raster Gallery, Warsaw, and Yaron Attar and Hadas Satt, represented by RawArt Gallery, Tel Aviv; organized as part of 2017′s Fresh Paint art fair in Tel Aviv.
A selection of films by the British artist Tom Dale screened at Raster.
The Saturday Object Theater, COMBATOKYO, The cucumber conversation and other short films by the Japanese video artist COBRA screened at Raster.
Razem Pamoja Foundation from Kraków organized Bartek Materka’s exhibition in Mathare Art Gallery, located in the Mathare slums of Nairobi, Kenia.