The Make Yourself At Home
Guide to Warsaw

Edited by Christiaan Fruneaux, Edwin Gardner, Anna Ptak, Rani Al Rajji

The compass for this subjective guide to Warsaw is the passion to take over a city and live in it. How to live in Warsaw and feel at home in it, as well as how, through one‘s own engagement and prism of experiences, to discover hidden districts and include them in the circulation of ideas, where they meet with other city dwellers and lovers of urban culture. This collection of short urban stories articles and visual essays emulating a guide was created thanks to the commitment of an international group of artists, urban professionals and enthusiasts-amateurs. Richly illustrated, it shows better and lesser known areas of Warsaw, and encourages walking and reflection on the city‘s fate and architecture.

  • Texts by Tania Arcimovicz, Max Cegielski, Dominik Cudny, Agnieszka Dragon, Christiaan Fruneaux, Edwin Gardner, Konstancja Górska, Sławomir Gzell, Mateusz Halawa, Michał Jońca, Lubomir Kempka, Małgorzata Kuciewicz, Simone De Iacobis, Joanna Kusiak, Iwona Kurz, Alicja Latkowska, Agnieszka Marcjanna Łukasik, Hoang Minh Hien, Joanna Wasążnik, Magdalena Mosiewicz, Ewa Olszewska, Kaja Pawełek, Anna Piesiewicz, Kacper Pobłocki, Anna Ptak, Rani Al Rajji, Ewa Rudnicka, Agnieszka Szwengier, Joanna Teglund, Fanny Vaucher
  • Graphic design: Noviki Studio
  • 165 x 225 mm, 268 pages

  • Soft cover

  • Colourful illustrations

  • ISBN 978-83-61156-91-8 Polish edition
  • ISBN 978-83-65240-06-4 English edition
  • Published by the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art
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