Wednesday, December 11, 2013



My AIDS prints at the group exhibition of artists editions and ephemera organized by Chert Gallery in collaboration with Raster, Warsaw and Motto, Berlin.


Chert Gallery
Skalitzerstrasse 68
10997 Berlin

EDITIONSHOW exhibition is inspired entirely by what is often described as a “side-​production” of a regular artistic prac­tice – it groups together artists’ editions, ephemera and smal­ler produc­tions for which it is always more dif­ficult to find the place and time for promotion. Smaller produc­tions and editions are often capable of integrating delicacy and irony in their execution; this show wants to not only high­light the impor­tance of this aspect, but also welcome the possibility for a youn­ger and bigger public to col­lect art.

Raster gal­lery (Warsaw) is one of the pioneers of the Polish art editions market. Raster’s aim is to present con­tem­porary art in a broader con­text, con­tributing to its under­stan­ding and paving a way for buil­ding home libraries and col­lec­tions in Poland. For over ten years the gal­lery has cooperated with accom­plished artists from Poland and abroad, across generations such as Michał Budny, Rafał Buj­now­ski, Aneta Grzeszykow­ska, Wil­helm Sasnal and Zbigniew Libera – whose works are now also available as limited edition series.

Raster will present editions by Oskar Dawicki, Aneta Grzeszykow­ska, Zbigniew Libera, Slavs and Tatars and Karol Radziszew­ski.

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