Catalogue of paintings by Polish artist Iwo Zaniewski accompanying the exhibition held in Wison Art Center in Shanghai.
Catalogue of landscape paintings created by Beata Sarapata in 2005 and 2006. Presented works, inspired by the beauty of the mountains and the poetry written by Józef Tischner, reveal the artist’s sensitivity and her ability to analyse the details of the world aroud her and make them subjects of almost abstract colour compositions.
The present catalogue offers the first complete inventory of the artist’s drawings, dating from the late 1940s till the very last works drawn in hospital in 1973.
Catalogue of an exhibition of paintings and drawings of Witold Urbanowicz (1931–2013) – an artist for over half a century faithful to painting, one convinced that it is just “painting that always wins”.
‘The tradition of the Polish artistic presence in Iraq which was initiated with the exhibition of Polish art in 1943 (…) was continued by the Polish painter and graphic artist Roman Artymowski (1919-1993) who had intermittently stayed in Iraq in the period from 1959 to 1979.’
Catalogue of an exhibition of paintings by Roman Artymowski (1919–1993), showing his oils, watercolours and graphic works, dating from different periods of the artist’s activity.
The book presents three new photographic cycles, an installation, and some older works on paper, of which the common denominator is the mask – a leading motif of Stasys’ art – thus giving the reader an opportunity to trace the evolution of Stasys’ iconography and of finding some features that are common to the artist’s entire career.
Catalogue of the exhibition of works by Bronisław Krzysztof (b. 1956). The artist and his oeuvre are introduced by texts authored by Polish and foreign art critics (J. Ładnowska, T. Nyczek, Mashiko, H. Nocke-Schrepper, H. Mallalieu).
Catalogue of an exhibition of works by Leon Tarasewicz (b. 1957), a celebrated Polish contemporary artist entitled Leon Tarasewicz meets Michele De Lucchi at the Lawrence Rubin Gallery in Milan.
Catalogue of the exhibition of drawings by Jerzy Tchórzewski (1928–1999), containing reproductions of 162 drawings (44 of them additionally as full-page illustrations), dating from different periods of the artist’s career.