On this day in 1857, a young Indian soldier in an infantry regiment of the British East India Company decided to take a stand against his British masters. His actions kickstarted a major rebellion.
The Polish photographer discusses the importance of memory and childhood in the visual arts.
Some unsolved mysteries—especially those made from flour, sugar, butter, and eggs—can end up being remarkably delicious.
On the existential despair of a supercomputer, which is forced to play tournaments again and again—and never lose.
The Syrian capital—built as a social network of streets and souks—was torn apart by the civil war. Yet slowly, the city is opening up once again.
The acclaimed American art photographer looks back at his career, and the cultural and temporal influences that have shaped it.
The capital of North Macedonia was reconstructed as an ancient city in the 21st century—an expensive project that was backwards looking and ignored its inhabitants’ needs.
For those that enjoy a good relationship, the bond between grandparent and grandchild can change the way that they experience the passage of time.
Receiving a warm embrace stimulates the release of oxytocin and decreases cortisol levels, leading to less stress and anxiety.
Some animals grow old, slowly deteriorating physically and mentally, whereas others can seemingly regenerate their bodies time and time again.
The latest project by visual artist Bartosz Wajer, combining elements of painting and photography.
Professor Filutek’s Christmas.
Getting by in the Winter.
The onion episode.
Blind spot is where one’s ability to see ends. In human anatomy it's the area where the optic nerve enters the retina making it insensitive to light. In driving, it refers to the surroundings of the vehicle, which cannot be directly seen by the driver. Metaphorically it may describe a lack of understanding and lack of meaning. In the exhibition Blind Spot Ada Zielińska binds all those three aspects together in a series of photographic objects and readymades accompanied by miniature poems written by Sam Riviere.
By revealing the hidden beauty of minerals, Grospierre is reminiscent of modernist architects who wanted to strip buildings of their massive façades and bring to light the interiors and the hidden logic of architecture – structure, installations, functions.
Trick or treat!
Professor Filutek and Filuś go mushroom hunting.
40 years ago, an escape into Polish wilderness was usually because of being an outlaw, a dissident of the communist regime, or an adventurer. Today, the fatigue of modern life and fears of humanity collapse push humans towards living life closer to nature.
Krzyżówka ukazała się numerze 770 Przekroju z dnia 10 stycznia 1960 roku.
Krzyżówka z numeru 928 wydanego 20 stycznia 1963 roku.
Archiwalna krzyżówka z numeru 666/1958 gotowa do rozwiązywania.