INTERVIEWS WITH ARTISTS
Łukasz Gorczyca and Łukasz Ronduda discuss art, vodka, and the backstage of artistic life from the 1960s to the present, in a collection of interviews with 14 artists from several generations, from Jerzy Bereś to Wojciech Bąkowski.
PRZEMEK MATECKI BOOK
Published in this volume are part of a larger series of several hundred works created in 2016–2018 and exhibited in a show at Raster Gallery in February–March 2018. They were made using paper reproductions and oil paint on canvas. They are pictured here actual size.
ANETA GRZESZYKOWSKA BOOK
All eighty-four photographs from the “Negative Book” series by Grzeszykowska published in one album.
slavs and tatars monograph
The collective’s first monograph includes all major art works, publications and lecture–performances from the past ten years, assembled in one volume.
Another book from the “Warsaw” series—photographs from years 1915-2016
rafał bujnowski artist book
An artist book complementing Rafał Bujnowski’s solo show at Zachęta—National Gallery of Art
Oskar Dawicki book
Pierwsze albumowe opracowanie twórczości Oskara Dawickiego – jednego z najbardziej niezwykłych polskich artystów współczesnych.
Michał Budny book
Album wydany przy okazji wystawy indywidualnej Michała Budnego w Saarlandmuseum w Saarbrücken latem 2015. Oprócz dokumentacji wystawy zawiera obszerny przegląd prac artysty z lat 2012-2015 oraz teksty: dyrektora muzeum dr. Rolanda Möniga, Björna Geldhofa i Łukasza Gorczycy.
A monograph of Warsaw’s most famous building – Palace of Culture and Science
Album with Aneta Grzeszykowska’s loudly-commented series of photographs
Rafał Bujnowski book
A long-awaited album of works by Rafal Bujnowski – one of the most important and recognizable contemporary Polish painters.
The book was published on the occasion of the Villa Toronto – an international artistic project that took place in January 2015 in Canada.
The musical debut of Dorota Masłowska
A 30-minute-long mixture of punk, hip hop and dance music. Sex, dough, problems, contempt.
A collection of images depicting the infamous stairs in front of Raster gallery, published along with a record of a seminar in which both visual culture and botany researchers took part.