ORNO Cooperative. Jewellery- a booklet accompanying the exhibition
A booklet accompanying the exhibition contains the texts describing the specificity and ethics of the cooperative's work.
Warsaw Data. Everything that counts in the capital
What does Warsaw owe its development to? Who are and who were its inhabitants? How did they live in the past and how do they live now? Where is the city centre and where are its borders? And most importantly, can all these questions be answered with the abstract language of mathematics? Warsaw Data is a new publication of the Museum of Warsaw. It tells the story of the capital using charts, maps and other types of graphic representations. The sale has just begun.
“The Things of Warsaw” book
“The Things of Warsaw” includes an introduction by the main curator, Dr. Jarosław Trybus, and an article by Dr. Maria Wróblewska on the role of things in museums and their microhistories which make the city’s history. Beside that, there are texts about each of the 21 rooms written by their curators, where they explain their concept and tell stories of the selected objects.