Solo exhibition of Aneta Grzeszykowska in New York has collected great reviews in press.
We say our goodbyes to a great artist, inspiring companion and a friend of the gallery.
Rogalski’s cooperation with the Bytom brand has resulted in a limited edition of sweatshirts with embroidery inspired by the artist’s work.
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.
exhbitions in poland and abroad
Works from the “Small Paintings” series and other to be features in upcoming solo and group shows in Gdańsk, Tarnów, Tel Aviv, Cottbus.
summer in the gallery
Raster is closing for summer break August 5 through August 20 but we leave the virtual keys to the gallery in the hands of Dominika Olszowy. The artist will treat you with a summer performance program on our instagram stories every day for a week.
about the gallery
This is Fisia, our new team member at Raster. Her tasks include hosting four-legged visitors, who are welcome to attend our exhibitions (with their owners on a leash).
exhibitions in poland
“Mnich” – monumentalny rysunek Zbigniewa Rogalskiego – we Wrocławiu i Zakopanem
This year Liste Art Fair in Basel has announced that Peter Bläuer, its founder and director over the last 23 years, will retire and hand the fair over to a non-profit foundation while seeking a replacement for his position.
exhibitions abroad 2018
The works of Aneta Grzeszykowska and Zofia Rydet are being presented by London’s Calvert 22 Foundation in the exhibition Family Values: Polish Photography Now.
exhibitions abroad 2018
An exhibition by Slavs and Tatars opened at Dresden’s Albertinum museum under the melodious title Made in Dschermany. The main theme is German Orientalism—the ties between German culture and Islam—and the key is in the first four letters of the title: DSCH.
The “Wripped Scripped” book by Slavs and Tatars, offers a journey into the sound world of nasals and voiceless gutturals, supplemented this time by an analysis of the consonant dʒ (the German tetragraph dsch).
A unique encounter between Zofia Rydet and Władysław Hasior is presented at Galeria BWA in Tarnów. Under the theme Painted Houses, photographs by the two artists are exhibited as an original record of the visual and material culture of the Polish countryside in the twilight of the 20th century.
Olaf Brzeski is the author of set design and costumes for “Fables for Robots” play directed by Agnieszka Olsten.
The Weserburg modern art museum in Bremen, Germany, is showing a number of photos by Aneta Grzeszykowska from the Negative Book series in the museum’s “Artists’ Rooms” program.