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London: CONTEMPORARY LYNX magazine + BFLMPSVZ Publishing

July 28, 2017 - July 30, 2017

Lynx feat. Bflmpsvz invite to Hive Studio/ part of Hackney WickED.



Invite for a ‘SUMMER OF LOVE’ at the HIVE STUDIO

Join us for a weekend with contemporary art, live performances, photography, immersive installations, drinks and music.

Hive Studio: 22 Smeed Road, E3 2NR (Hackney Wick)

Opening Party & Private View: Friday 28 July, 6pm – 10pm

Open Studios: Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 July: 12pm – 6pm


Contemporary Lynx Magazine in collaboration with BFLMPSVZ publishing will be part of the Hackney WickED Festival / Hackney Wick & Fish Island Open Studio DIY in London. Join us for a weekend with contemporary art, live performances, photography, immersive installations and music.

Find us at the Hive –a performance and project space located in a Victorian factory, where we will be presenting our artistic programme created in collaboration with international emerging artists. Final copies of Contemporary Lynx magazine will be available to purchase along with photobooks and other artistic publications.

Discover with us the creative community of Hackney Wick – the area of the highest concentration of artists in Europe with post-industrial warehouses full of street art.


Agnieszka Szczotka and Magda Buczek

Agnieszka Szczotka and Magda Buczek


Participating artists:

  • Stanislav Briza – visual artists, publisher and editor. Founder of the BFLMPSVZ Publishing platform. Among others projects he is currently working on a photography project Stay Hackney Wick and Stay High, both related to art community in East London. http://www.sbriza.com.
  • msdm is the publishing platform of artist paula roush, operating out of a warehouse in East London (Bow Creeks). paula creates photobookworks and curated ə/uh/-books, a project space that explored the reciprocal relationship between the gallery and the publication as exhibition spaces (London, May 216-2017). She is currently curating (with the collective Unstable Media/ Media Instaveis) the exhibition The Book Dispersed on artists’ publishing to take place at Casa das Artes (Porto, Sept 2017) http://www.msdm.org.uk/
  • Magda Buczek is Warsaw-based multidisciplinary artist. Her projects often involve text, photography and tell multilayered stories about offline and online realities. Recurring themes are circling around post-feminist theories, body and persona and modern technologies. Her artist books were awarded photo selfpublication of the year in Poland (2014), shortlisted at MACK London (2014) and Photofestival in Athens (2015). Her works were exhibited among others in Berlin, London, New York and Mexico city. Currently just about to start London Summer Intensive residency programme at Slade School of Arts. www.magdabuczek.com
  • Agnieszka Szczotka is an artist based in London who works across a variety of mediums including performance, video, text, sculpture and curating. She studied Sculpture at Camberwell College of Arts and is about to start the postgraduate programme at the Royal Academy Schools in London. She was a co-founder of Amatorska – an exhibition space and curatorial project run in her flat. She’s been a participant of various performative workshops organized by Live Art Development Agency. Her most recent shows include MONO, Artist Moving Image Initiative (Courtyard Theatre, London), ‘Fade to Purple’ (Chalton Gallery, London) and ‘Solid Gone’ (Back Room Gallery, London). https://vimeo.com/agnieszkaszczotka


Magda Buczek 2 photo Raf and Way Production for Quadrat

Magda Buczek 2 photo Raf and Way Production for Quadrat


Contemporary Lynx Magazine arts organisation and print magazine launched in 2013 by Dobromiła Błaszczyk and Sylwia Krasoń. Created to encourage an appreciation and understanding of Polish contemporary art by a wide audience.

BFLMPSVZ publishing – platform for publishing books and zines with progressive approach to photography and book design, featuring artists from central Europe. It was established by Stanislav Briza in 2014.