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Lovely, Human, True, Heartfelt

Lovely, Human, True, Heartfelt: The Letters Of Alina Szapocznikow and Ryszard Stanislawski, 1948-1971

Museum of Modern Art Warsaw , January 2012

by Alina Szapocznikow and Ryszard Stanislawski
20th-century sculptor and distingushed art critic
 
A Taste of Fantasy<br>Photographs by André Baranowski<br>Text by Kevyn deRegt with Ray Isle

A Taste of Fantasy
Photographs by André Baranowski
Text by Kevyn deRegt with Ray Isle

Fantasy Settings , January 2004

 
Early Polish Modern Art: Unity in Multiplicity

Early Polish Modern Art: Unity in Multiplicity

by Marek Bartelik
Manchester University Press , November 2005

 
Monika Sosnowska: Loop

Monika Sosnowska: Loop

by Will Bradley, Adam Budak, Friedemann Malsch
Walther Konig , bilingual edition , July 2007

Featuring a top Polish artist’s monumental architectural intervention “Loop”, developed specially for the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, the book shows in images and essays how Sosnowska’s works inspire in viewers an awareness of their own physicality. Attributes of space such as narrow or wide, closed or open, low or high are experienced sensuously and emotionally. Welcome to a seance of phenomenological spatio-therapy!
 
 East Art Map: Contemporary Art and Eastern Europe

East Art Map: Contemporary Art and Eastern Europe

by IRWIN
Afterall Books , June 2006

 
Poza: On the Polishness of Polish Contemporary Art

Poza: On the Polishness of Polish Contemporary Art

by Krzysztof Wodiczko, Ursula von Rydingsvard, Anna Bella Geiger, Dominik Lejman and other artists, edited by Marek Bartelik
Real Art Ways , Hartford, CT , April 2008

Published through a grant from the Polish Cultural Institute in New York.

A product of the eponymous 2006 exhibition curated by Marek Bartelik at Real Art Ways in Hartford, CT, POZA presents a selection of both well-established and emerging Polish artists – in Poland, the United States, Canada, France, and Brazil – who explore issues of national identity in the broader context of contemporary art and life.
 
Arthur Szyk: Artist, Jew, Pole

Arthur Szyk: Artist, Jew, Pole

by Magdalena J. Zaborowska
Littman Library of Jewish Civilization , November 2004