Edited by: Łukasz Mojsak, Łukasz Ronduda
Editorial coordination: Dorota Karaszewska
Graphic design: Krzysztof Bielecki
Translation: Łukasz Mojsak
Copyediting and proofreading: Alan Lockwood, Małgorzata Jurkiewicz
Printed by: Argraf, Warsaw
Publisher: Zachęta — National Gallery of Art
Teresa Murak (b. 1949) is among the most original and significant figures in Polish art. The artist has been at work continuously for over five decades. In her sculptures, objects, photographs, actions, and performances she draws on close contact with nature to make fundamental inquiries about life and death, matter and spirit. Her art continues to fascinate and attract the attention of diverse circles, from conservatists to ecofeminists. Murak’s work evades categorization and is poised at the heart of key debates about the world’s condition. In Teresa Murak — New Perspectives, this unwavering topicality of her art is brought to the fore, with contemporary critical voices reflecting on this unique artist and situating her accomplishments in international contexts.