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he single volume entitled “Towers” contains poems by an eminent poet, member of the Skamander group, Jarosław Iwaszkiewicz, selected and translated into Ukrainian by his long-standing friend, poet, translator and Ukrainian ambassador in Poland, Dmytro Pavlychko.
Książka autorstwa Joanny Ambroz i Pawła Zieglera, pięknie ilustrowana, odwołująca się do przesądów, wierzeń oraz aspektów społecznych dotyczących włosów w kulturze polskiej, napisana na podstawie ksiąg z XIX i XX wieku.
Katarzyna Lengren, Jerzy Bralczyk and Jacek Wasilewski invite you to their table … to talk informedly and informally about the culture of wining, dining, and marry-making, in general and in particular, with plenty of good humour and wit.
Zbigniew Taranienko’s book is based on his interviews with Tadeusz Dominik (1928-2014) conducted with the artist in the spring of 2013. The author – an aesthetician, organizer of artistic life in the last decades of 20th century and a well-known art critic – attempts to get to the core of the philosophy underlying Tadeusz Dominik’s art.
Sanok is a charming city of culture and industrial tradition picturesquely situated in the south of Poland at the foot of the Bieszczady Mountains.
The book, accompanying the exhibition of Henryk Tomaszewski, a graphic and book designer, one of the founders of the ‘Polish School of Posters’, draughtsman and professor of the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts, is the first such comprehensive and exhaustive monograph of his work.
The Stare Powązki (Old Powązki) Cemetery in Warsaw is like a magnificent album of national memory.
Astrologic Guide by Hanna Bakuła consists of witty profiles of individual signs of Zodiac.
The guide takes the reader on journey along the historic and scenic land of Wielkopolska.
A unique book showcasing the beauty of Polish landscape with its treasures of nature, traces of tradition and history and the abundance of historical places as well as the images of today’s Poland and how it is developing.