Antoni’s work featured in the new book by Fiona McLachlan
Antoni Malinowski in conversation with Martin Crimp
Published to accompany the Light Triggered exhibition at Ragged School Museum, 46–50 Copperfeld Road, London
Published to accompany the Light Trigeered exhibition at Ragged School Museum, 46–50 Copperfeld Road, London
Antoni Malinowski discusses the role of colour and light in architecture and how more schools should focus on it.
The book by Dr Ivana Wingham is a stimulating celebration of the manifold aspects of line, using unique examples from architecture, design and art, combining interviews with designers and essays by various authors, including work by Antoni Malinowski.
“The artist set out a precise plan of work for his Lodz installation in which the consecutive elements of his creative process are related to the phenomenon of light. The result of these actions is the dynamic interactions between matter and light …” Essay by A.M. Lesniewska.
Published on the occasion of Dulwich Picture Gallery – The Polish Connection exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 16 June – 27 September 2009. Essays by Ian A.C. Dejardin, Sarah Kent, Paul Hills, Martin Crimp and Anna Maria Lesniewska.
Videos and interviews filmed during the The Polish Connection exhibition at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 16 June – 27 September 2009. Videos are copyright of the respective owners, all rights reserved.
“‘a room is a fairly malleable space’, wrote the writer Georges Perec. As fast as you can name a room, you can change a room. Antoni Malinowski’s paintings seem to prove this point.” Mark Rappolt. Published by Gimpel Fils 2002.
Catalogue accompanying Malinowski’s exhibition at De la Warr Pavilion. Essay by Hugh Pearman. Published by De la Warr Pavilion 2001
The Luxor Letters: Antoni Malinowski & Peter Wilson with Michael Nyman.
The AA Files, The Journal of the Architectural Association School of Architecture, Winter 2002 Published by The Architectural Association
Pure Theatre, Pamela Buxton
Architecture, design and contemporary culture
March 2000, Published by ETP Ltd
Antoni Malinowski Essay by Desa Philippi Published by Camden Arts Centre 1997 Click to read Sarah Kent’s Time Out review Snow-whisk sweeping this path forgets the snow. On a summer day you follow the path into the forest. The ground is dappled with sunlight. As you walk along the undergrowth thickens, blackberry bushes and other […]