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
An artist book complementing Rafał Bujnowski’s solo show at Zachęta—National Gallery of Art
Michał Budny’s book
An album published on the occasion of Michał Budny’s solo show in Saarlandmuseum in Saarbrücken (summer 2015): with exhibition views, a selection of works from 2012-2015 years and essays by the museum director Roland Mönig, Björn Geldhof and Łukasz Gorczyca.
A monograph of Warsaw’s most famous building – Palace of Culture and Science
BOOK – COLLECTOR’S EDITION
Album with Aneta Grzeszykowska’s loudly-commented series of photographs
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.
Publikacja, zainspirowana dyptykiem fotograficznym “Wolny strzelec” Libery, przybliża różne oblicza tego artysty. Jego liczne i rozmaite portrety mają charakter artystyczny, dokumentalny, publicystyczny, polityczny. Ciało i wizerunek artysty łączą się tu z wieloznaczną rolą społeczną jaką odgrywa.
Beginning as an investigation into the apparently disparate events that bookend the twentieth and twenty-first century – the collapse of Communism and the Islamic Revolution in Iran – Friendship of Nations: Polish Shi’ite Showbiz traces unlikely points of convergence in Iran and Poland’s economic, social, political, religious and cultural histories.
Warsaw’s housing architecture of the 60s through their political, social and artistic context.