'King Sigismund Chapel' – A Review in 'Renaissance Quarterly'

A review of King Sigismund Chapel at Cracow Cathedral (1515–1533) has appeared in Renaissance Quarterly.

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A New Book in the Bibliotheca Artibus et Historiae Series!

It is our pleasure to announce that IRSA Publishing House has published a comprehensive monograph of the Sigismund Chapel at Cracow Cathedral, a book by Professor Stanisław Mossakowski, the latest addition to the Bibliotheca Artibus et Historiae series.

 

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A Book on Alina Szapocznikow Published by IRSA - Have a Look at 'Alina Szapocznikow: Capturing Life'

Alina Szapocznikow is much talked about these days. Almost forty years after her death, the artist is finally getting her due. IRSA is proud to have been one of the first who started to restore the artist's oeuvre to popular consciousness. In 2004 we published a comprehensive volume on the artist, entitled Alina Szapocznikow: Capturing Life – Drawings and Sculptures, to accompany an exhibition held in Warsaw.

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The Exhibition 'Alina Szapocznikow: Sculpture Undone, 1955–1972' at the Museum of Modern Art

It is with great pleasure that we welcome the opening of the exhibition Alina Szapocznikow: Sculpture Undone, 1955–1972 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, curated by Elena Filipovic and Joanna Mytkowska. It is the third major show abroad of the renowned Polish artist Alina Szapocznikow (after the exhibitions held at WIELS Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels and the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles last year). Do not miss it!

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A new website of the IRSA Institute and the journal 'Artibus et Historiae'

A new website of the IRSA Institute and the Artibus et Historiae scholarly journal has been launched.

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IRSA Institute at the CIHA 2012 Conference and Book Fair in Nuremberg

On 15-20 July 2012 Members of the IRSA Institute took a part in the CIHA 2012 Conference and Book Fair in Germanisches Nationalmuseum and Nürnberg Convention Center in Nuremberg.

 

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