Władysław Strzemiński. Readability of Images

The publication is an attempt at re-interpreting the rich theoretical thought of Władysław Strzemiński and bringing his profile closer to the readers. The articles collected in the book tackle problems of the theory of seeing described by the avant-garde artist and the evolution of his art. Influenced in the same degree by artistic doctrines and personal sensitivity to human plight.

The articles are a documentation of the international conference (held on the 13th and 14th October 2011) devoted to Władysław Strzemiński’s oeuvre. Using and respecting the conclusions arrived at this far Muzeum Sztuki continues the research into the fascinating persona, noticing the potential of Strzemiński’s artistic theories, views of life, art and society and the role he played in the phenomenon of creating the Lódź collection of the avant-garde artists.


Publisher: Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź
Editors: Paweł PolitJarosław Suchan
Authors: Jean-Francois ChevrierEkaterina DegotŁukasz Kiepuszewski,Esther LevingerSteven A.MansbachJohn MilnerLuiza NaderMichael NewmanAndrzej TurowskiMinck FinchBarandon Taylor 
Graphic design: Krzysztof Bielecki

ISBN: 978-83-63820-05-3
Published in: 2012
Dimensions: 15 x 22 x 2 cm
Cover: paperback
Number of pages: 221
Illustrations: ca. 74 (17 in colour and 57 black & white)
Language: English and Polish edition

Publication comprises the proceedings of the international conference „Władysław Strzemiński. Readability of Images” organized as a result of the exhibition Afterimages of Life. Władysław Strzemiński and Rights for Art which took place at Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź (2010-2011).

Price: 45 PLN

You can purchase this publication by emailing us at:  ksiegarnia@msl.org.pl


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