art

Warsaw’s Changing Face
Since its inception the Stoprocent architectural studio has earned a name for their bold and creative solutions. The Insider visits Przemek Kaczkowski and Magda Morelewska at their Żoliborz HQ to speak to them about their hopes for Warsaw’s future… Would you say Warsaw’s architecture is in a state of...
Museum of Modern Art
Witty and provocative in equal measure, Warsaw’s Museum of Modern Art continues to challenge boundaries with its latest exhibition: In the Near Future. The current exhibition ‘focuses on the changes in culture arising from emancipating discourses on equality, which blur the traditional borders and hierarchies.’ Viewed in less analytical...
From the Streets

From the Streets

Features 9 January 2014 0

Breaking the stereotype, NeSpoon is not your typical ‘street artist’. Married, and a dedicated mother, she only works in daylight hours, is active in her community and has travelled all over the world to place her art. WI: So go on, where did it all begin… NS: I am...
Red Poppy

Red Poppy

Shopping 13 December 2013 0

Tucked away on a small street in the shadow of Stefan Kuryłowicz’s Focus Building, Red Poppy launched their new shop in January of this year. Being the first hand-printing design studio in Poland, they focus primarily on making one-of-a-kind wallpapers as well as curtains, lampshades, and cushions. Justyna Medoń...
Insider’s top 5 at MoMA
Warsaw’s Museum of Modern Art doesn’t sound like the most promising way to spend an afternoon, yet it’s positively brilliant in its total peculiarities. And it’s free! See for yourself at Panska 3. Pan Guma by Pawel Althamer The swaying rubber form of Mr Guma – a deceased Praga...
Fundacja Atelier

Fundacja Atelier

Insider News 1 September 2013 0

Art for me has always been essential for both inspiration and relaxation. Whether I’m photographing it out on the street, deciphering it in museums or standing in front of a blank canvas creating my very own masterpiece art helps me organize my thoughts. When an opportunity arose for my...
MiTo

MiTo

Restaurants 27 August 2013 0

Speak the words ‘art café’ and I think of Kraków. Specifically, I think of the Kazimierz district and its dark, shadowy haunts – you know the sort, cobwebs in the corner and chipped, wobbly tables. Crowded around them, student girls in stripy leggings, and pseudo intellectuals with second hand...
Every Dog has its Day
Beata Konarska is one half of the Konarska-Konarski studio, alongside husband Paweł Konarski. They are the couple behind the celebrated bar/design studio Pies Czy Suka (Dog or Bitch). Here Konarska tells the Insider about her inspirations, her work and the Polish world of design. WI: What influenced you to...

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