Warsaw In View

Warsaw In View

Features 10 October 2017 0

For much of his professional life architectural photographer Daniel Ciesielski has dedicated his days and nights to recording the changes to Warsaw’s urban landscape… What skills are essential when photographing architecture? First of all, you’ve got to be physically fit! More seriously, I think that, like all visual arts,... Read more
Vodka Demystified
Behold, the best nalewki you’ll never drink: chili-mint infused Imperial Warsaw Dragon’s Mouthwash. So rare is it, there’s only one bottle in the world and, wouldn’t you know it, it’s found by my bed. Blended and bottled (and then accordingly labeled), it’s my unique take-home keepsake from The Vodka... Read more
The Palm & Its Creator
Though locally best-known for her Palm Tree project found on Rondo De Gaulle’a, Joanna Rajkowska has been prolific in her output, leading and creating projects across the world. Now back in Poland, she talks about the world of public art… Apologies for asking the bleeding obvious, but tell us... Read more
Hell’s Kitchen: Michał Bryś
Chef Michał Bryś has long been lauded for his work at L’enfant Terrible, now he’s terrorizing your screens as the taskmaster on the Polish version of Hell’s Kitchen… Every customer at L’enfant Terrible ends up commenting about how nice you are! All this shouting and screaming is a bit... Read more
Leaps & Bounds

Leaps & Bounds

Features 4 November 2015 0

The Insider speaks to British ballet dancer Robin Kent, currently appearing as Casanova at Teatr Wielki… Photograph by Kevin Demaria How does a British ballet dancer end up in Poland? The way the ballet industry works is that all companies hold their audition periods at the start of the... Read more
Neon Never Died 

Neon Never Died 

Features 30 September 2015 0

London-based Ilona Karwińska is a British/Polish fine art photographer whose work has featured in numerous international titles. She is also the driving force behind Warsaw’s acclaimed Neon Muzeum. She talks to the Insider about her celebrated project. Where did the love affair with neon begin? Although my partner David... Read more
Sax and the City

Sax and the City

Features 29 August 2015 0

A former member of Spiritualized, exiled Brit and full time sax king Ray Dickaty has played some of the biggest stages out there. The Insider catches up for a natter.  Ray Dickaty arrives in Poland for the first time – what happens next… Well, to be honest, I visited... Read more

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