SOLUTION – Aleksandra Waliszewska. 2nd printing but a completely different book than the first edition already sold out in record time.
Different type of canvas for the boards.
Enhanced content with 40 new unseen artworks.
Mr. David Tibet graces this issue with a newly written, longer and much more in-depth preface about Aleksandra herself and her art.
Entirely new layout designed by Miss Waliszewska herself.
This is the essential companion volume to “”PROBLEM“” collecting all of the artist’s landscape format artworks.
Words from Aleksandra W. : “”First edition of “”Problem/Solution”” sold out in a month and a half. Thus, we decided to come up with a second edition. All works are scanned anew and are better quality. Each book has 200 pages, more by additional 60 pages than the 1st edition. All works were selected and ordered by myself. David Tibet wrote extended versions of the introduction. All in all, it was worthwhile to hesitate then and get it now.
Limited to only 400 copies!
About the artist:
Aleksandra Waliszewska (born 1976 in Warsaw, Poland) is a painter; in the last few years she has been producing mainly drawings and gouaches. The Capsule, a 2012 film made by the Greek director Athina Rachel Tsangari was based on her works. She lives and works in Warsaw, Poland.
In her art, Alesandra Waliszewska explores non-contemporary sources. In recent years, the artist has repeatedly returned to the themes of oppression, torture, sexual subjugation and bestiality, both in the sense of hybrid species and bloodthirsty behaviour. The victims – less frequently than the perpetrators – are women, at the mercy of humanoid beasts and sadistic men. Waliszewska’s monumental opus is a morality tale for our time, one splintered into thousands of chapters, which, as the artist ironically put it, talking to Maurizio Cattelan. is a ‘warning against evil before the time of joy and sweetness comes’.
Recommended Book: Meditation in Chaos