Founder and director of arts organisation Contemporary Lynx, since 2013. Editor-in-chief and founder of the print magazine Contemporary Lynx with a global reach and international distribution, listed as one of the best art magazines in London by Sotheby’s Institute of Art and recommended by Tate Modern bookshop. The editor-in-chief of the Online Weekly by Contemporary Lynx. President of the Contemporary Lynx Foundation in Warsaw since 2017. Art historian, curator and author of texts about art. She obtained her MA degree in art history from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. At Starmach Gallery (2009–2016) she organised and coordinated exhibitions, art fairs in close collaboration with institutions and art collectors from Poland and abroad. Previously she worked with, among others, Galerie Parrotta Contemporary Art in Stuttgart, lokal_30 in Warsaw, Kraków Photomonth Festival, Art Agenda NOVA and East of Art Foundation (2007–2008). She was involved in organising the 7th edition of Biennale Jeune Création Européenne in Montrouge. Member of competition juries, moderator and participant of panel discussions. Guest lecturer at The Institute of Art History at Jagiellonian University, The Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wroclaw, The Art and Antiques Market at The Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University, Lazarski University in Warsaw. Regular contributor of several catalogues of contemporary and modern artists.
Our Team of international contributors
Founder and director of arts organisation Contemporary Lynx, since 2013. Editor-in-chief and founder of the print magazine Contemporary Lynx with a global reach and international distribution, listed as one of the best art magazines in London by Sotheby’s Institute of Art and recommended by Tate Modern bookshop. The editor-in-chief of the online monthly magazine Contemporary Lynx. Vice-president of the Contemporary Lynx Foundation in Warsaw since 2017. Holds a Master of Arts degree in Arts Policy & Management with a specialization in curating contemporary art from the University of London, Birkbeck College (2012) and Master of Arts in History of Art from Jagiellonian University in Cracow (2008). She has got 15 years of experience in the art field, gained through various posts including at Philips de Pury, Saatchi Gallery and Barbican Art Gallery. Co-founder and a curator of a pop-up art gallery (Oct-Dec 2012) in London. Curator of the exhibition “Bogota. City on the Edge” at Laznia – Centre for Contemporary Art in Gdansk. The author of the interactive workshop programme “Storytelling for Creatives” and “How to make a magazine” supported by Arts Council in England. Experienced conferences’ speaker, workshops’ facilitator and member of jury’s’ panels. Author of texts about art and culture. Author of texts about art and culture. Currently lives in Paris.
Content manager and graphic designer at Contemporary Lynx. Studied history of art at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków and completed postgraduate studies in e-commerce and social media. She is interested in art and culture of the 19th century.
Assistant to the editor-in-chief at Contemporary Lynx. Working for the magazine, she creates a space for contemporary photography. She gained experience by working at the National Museum in Warsaw and by cooperating with Foksal Gallery Foundation.
Founder and director of London -based arts organisation Contemporary Lynx, since 2013. Editor-in-chief and founder of the print magazine Contemporary Lynx with a global reach and international distribution, listed as one of the best art magazines in London by Sotheby’s Institute of Art and recommended by Tate Modern bookshop. The editor-in-chief of the online monthly magazine Contemporary Lynx. Vice-president of the Contemporary Lynx Foundation in Warsaw since 2017. Holds a Master of Arts degree in Arts Policy & Management with a specialization in curating contemporary art from the University of London, Birkbeck College (2012) and Master.
Wasilisa Wziątek & Piotr Blejarski. A small and versatile Wrocław-based studio with a utilitarian approach to graphic design. They love kittens and typography. They are the designers of this issue.
Writer and proofreader. He primarily covers fields of arts, culture, and sex. Editor at Przekrój and content writer for the KINOTEKA Polish Film Festival. His work has been published on such websites as VICE, Dazed Digital, and Calvert Journal.
London-based creative producer and curator. His practice has been increasingly focused on innovative public engagement and developing visceral, multi-sensory experiences. Particularly interested in the interplay between art, nature, and technology.
Art historian and art writer based in London. She is currently studying for an MA in art market and appraisal at Kingston University.
Independent writer, curator, and visual artist based in Milan. Works as an art curator and a member of the residency selection committee at the In-ruins Residency. Graduated in arts (BFA) and psychology (MFA).
Graduate of film and audiovisual culture at the University of Gdańsk, advertising and public relations at the Oles Honchar Dnipro National University, and finance and credit at the Zaporizhzhia National University. Fascinated with cinematography.
Journalist, curator, communication specialist based, spokesman for numerous cultural events, and a long-time radio host in Wrocław. Creator of artistic projects devoted to the urban space and the identity issues that come with it.
Artist and writer. Studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie and the Critical Studies Department at the Sandberg Institute. Her ongoing research relates the post-Soviet countries. In 2020, she launched a podcast series called ‘Kitchen Conversations.’
Independent curator and critic. Interested in curatorial strategies, young art, and relationships between art and horror, and between magic and the romantic tradition. PhD student at the Institute of Culture of the Jagiellonian University, member of the AICA.
Freelancer, film scholar, and educator. He curates interdisciplinary events and creates educational programmes related to films for cultural institutions. Interested in cinema, music, games, and art. Author of a podcast series called ‘Audio/Wizualny.’
Fashion theorist and art writer based in Cluj-Napoca. She was involved in the residency programme of Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart. She researches fiction and aesthetic politics at the intersection between art, fashion, and practice.
Freelance writer. He is the editor of Contemporary Sound Art. In 2017, he completed a master’s degree at the University of Cambridge, where he was awarded a distinction for his research and writing on the history and aesthetics of sound art.
Artist whose practice deals with the process of how we create meaning to interpret the world around us. Inspired by philosophy, literature, and design, he explores the inadequate use of objects, language, and the body as tools of communication.
Object designer, art director, and design curator from Cluj-Napoca. He created Cluj Design Days — a series of events showcasing emerging designers in Romania. He sees design as a permanent exploration between artistic practice and pragmatism.
Editor and journalist. He studied law and theatre studies. He has reviewed theatre performances for the websites Wirtualna Polska and e-teatr.pl. For several years, he was the editor-in-chief of EGO Inspiracje and Harvard Business Review.
Founder of ‘Fresh From Poland’ — an independent platform for contemporary Polish photography. She works as a curator, picture editor, and writer. She has curated several group exhibitions and cooperated with festivals across the world.
Professor at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Expert on Krzysztof Kieślowski’s body of work. He is also the director of the International Documentary Film Festival ‘Off Cinema’ and the curator of ‘Hommage à Kieślowski’ in Sokołowsko.
Art writer and artist based in Liverpool. She is fascinated by the concept of nationality and belonging in visual arts and theory, and the fluidity of their definitions.
Art writer and PhD researcher based in Lyon. She is interested in the anthropology of the image and concentrates on the potential and influence of the Internet on today’s artistic and curatorial practices.
Photojournalist and arts writer based in London. Studied at the London College of Communication where she got a BA (Hons) in fine art photography. Her works have been published by The Independent, Afropunk, The Guardian, VICE, and Dazed Digital.
Former chief curator at Arsenal Foundation, curator at the Schinkel Pavillon in Berlin, and the chief curator at TRAFO Center for Contemporary Art in Szczecin. She is a regular contributor to online journals and an editor of several catalogues.
Trained as a sociologist at the University of Bristol and Columbia University. Works as a researcher embedded in multimedia projects in India. Writes and directs films, dabbles in audio storytelling, and has published fiction in literary magazines.
founder of Roesler Group, which offers tailor-made legal advice to clients including artists, collectors, galleries and foundations. Their lawyers bring years of experience in corporate law, copyright law and trade agreements pertaining to art dealership.
Visual artist, designer, and creative manager. She writes about how new technologies can be used to promote knowledge and an appreciation of art, deepen users’ understanding of culture, facilitate education, and streamline business activities.
Art historian. Currently, she works in the Education Department at the Central Museum of Textiles in Łódź, where she creates educational programmes and workshop scenarios. Interested in architecture, artistic fabrics, and issues related to ecology.
Katarzyna Boch is an English Studies graduate (BA) currently pursuing her master’s degree in Warsaw. Interested in psychology, translation, and Victorian and modernist literature especially from the perspective of feminist studies.
He has a bachelor’s degree in American studies and is currently studying logistics and administration in the media at the University of Warsaw. Big fan of films and TV shows, interested in the process of filmmaking, into buying more books than he can read, and keeping up with the politics while trying to stay optimistic. Based in Warsaw.
Art historian with a bachelor's degree at the University of Warsaw and currently she is finishing her studies of art history at Humboldt University in Berlin. Curator’s assistant of the exhibition in Zachęta Gallery in Warsaw. Intern at the Pomada Festival. Member of the team — Desa Modern Gallery.
Anna Shostak holds a BA in English Philology from USWPS in Warsaw. She's a life-long admirer of languages, European art and culture. Anna is an English teacher who frequently introduces a piece of a literary text or fine art in her class.
Aspiring art writer. Born and raised in Poland, she currently lives and studies in London at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. During her BA course, Culture, Criticism and Curation, which is a combination of history of art, art criticism and curatorial practice, she further develops her knowledge of contemporary art and works on various collaborative projects including staging exhibitions. Interested in art tackling issues of marginalization, body, sexuality and feminism, she draws inspiration from both European art of the late 90s and emerging European art. She has a background in history of art and critical theory.
Dancer, performing artist, writer. Bachelor of Art History and Philosophy at the New College of the Humanities in London. Interested in contemporary dance, theatre, philosophy of beauty, fashion, cinema, and all things antiquity.
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