Contemporary Lynx is an arts organisation and print magazine launched in January 2013 by art historians Dobromiła Błaszczyk and Sylwia Krasoń. Contemporary Lynx was created to encourage an appreciation and understanding of Polish contemporary art by a wide audience. Our goal is to raise awareness of Polish artists’ contribution to the international art scene. In our art magazine and on the website we publish first-hand information about interesting and prestigious art events from around the world. Contemporary Lynx is a springboard for further activities happening beyond the Internet – curatorial projects, art exhibitions, international cultural exchange, research and cross-media art events.
In this issue:
Have you ever wondered how to live in harmony with nature, how to avoid climate catastrophe? What can we do together to help save our planet? Increasing awareness of the climate crisis is crucial but changing our habits of a consumerist lifestyle is not that easy. In the new issue you will find articles about the problems and threats our planet is facing. This issue revolves around such topics as climate change, sustainability, biodiversity, living in harmony with nature, renewable energy, slow-fashion, zero-waste design, slow-living, and a greener future.
The issue features interviews with Erez Navi Pana, who talked about the potential of vegan design realised without the use of material derived from animals, and Robertina Šebjanič, who discussed a model for a better sustainable future with awareness of the animal world and aquatic ecosystem. We also present the statement of Olafur Eliasson and eco activists such as Extinction Rebelion, John Gerrard and Justina Brice Guargilia. In addition to this, we will showcase the most innovative architecture designed in harmony with nature. Fashion enthusiasts will enjoy the article devoted to fast fashion alternatives. For all those who are more interested in the issues related to design, we recommend an article about the most current responsible zero-waste designs. Inside the magazine you will also find: The nuclear threats in film, the new methods of art collecting, how artists make their living, an interview with Alain Servais, a visit to an artist’s studio, a tour on the trail of modernist architecture of Kaunas – European Capital of Culture 2022 and a photography essay.
Art Against Art, Issue 1
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Creative Arts - Graphic Design - Illustration
Printed Pages, Issue 16 AW18/19
It’s been a good few months since we released the Winter 2014 issue of Printed Pages, but we’ve been busy little bees in that time making a magazine that’s bigger and better. It feels nicer in your hands…..195 SEK
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Label, Issue 23
Label Magazine is the largest Polish magazine about design, architecture, fashion and art. It is bilingual – Polish and English. It is focused on people who creates beautiful things, lives in amazing places. Not only Polish but also from other countries. If you want to spend some quality time with beautiful ideas and things it […]115 SEK