Articles written by: Joanna Szupinska-Myers

Joanna Szupinska-Myers

Joanna Szupinska-Myers is the Curator of Exhibitions at California Museum of Photography, part of the ARTSblock at University of California, Riverside.

Stone Upon Stone
2013 Vol. 5 No. 1 / Books

Stone Upon Stone

When the ideology is stripped away, say reviewer Joanna Szupinska about Wiesław Myśliwski’s Stone Upon Stone, all that is left is love for life and respect for the earth. Could one ask for anything more?

Polish Movie Nite presents Julian Myers: Introduction to Possession
2012 vol. 4 no. 1 - Spring / Films

Polish Movie Nite presents Julian Myers: Introduction to Possession

Polish cinema, viewed and reviewed by Americans, leads them to a better understanding of “the complexities of contemporary Poland.”

Polish Movie Nite presents Marcella Faustini: An Introduction to The Theatre of Tadeusz Kantor
2012 vol. 4 no. 1 - Spring / Films

Polish Movie Nite presents Marcella Faustini: An Introduction to The Theatre of Tadeusz Kantor

Polish cinema, viewed and reviewed by Americans, leads them to a better understanding of “the complexities of contemporary Poland.”

Polish Movie Nite presents Susannah Magers & In The Name of Their Mothers
2011 Vol. 3 No. 3 - Fall / Films

Polish Movie Nite presents Susannah Magers & In The Name of Their Mothers

Polish Movie Nite: Polish cinema, viewed and reviewed by Americans, leads them to a better understanding of “the complexities of contemporary Poland.”

Polish Movie Nite presents Arden Sherman & Knife in the Water
2011 Vol. 3 No. 3 - Fall / Films

Polish Movie Nite presents Arden Sherman & Knife in the Water

Developed during Polish Movie Nite, a series of film screenings at The Polish Club in San Francisco, these texts aim to introduce a wide variety of films that might be classified “Polish.”

An Invisible Rope – Portraits of Czesław Miłosz
2011 Vol 3. No. 2 - Summer / Books

An Invisible Rope – Portraits of Czesław Miłosz

Friends, colleagues, students, translators, celebrate the life of the great poet, a man defined by his language.

Polish Movie Nite presents Julian Myers & Chris Fitzpatrick: Wajda’s The Promised Land
2011 Vol 3. No. 2 - Summer / Films

Polish Movie Nite presents Julian Myers & Chris Fitzpatrick: Wajda’s The Promised Land

Polish Movie Nite: Polish cinema, viewed and reviewed by Americans, leads them to a better understanding of “the complexities of contemporary Poland.”

Polish Movie Nite presents Erica Levin: Kieślowski’s Camera Buff
2011 Vol 3. No. 2 - Summer / Films

Polish Movie Nite presents Erica Levin: Kieślowski’s Camera Buff

Polish Movie Nite: Polish cinema, viewed and reviewed by Americans, leads them to a better understanding of “the complexities of contemporary Poland.”

The Political and Social Roots of the Łódź Biennale
2010 Vol. 2 No. 2 - Summer / Features

The Political and Social Roots of the Łódź Biennale

Joanna Szupinska recounts the wonderful moment in history in 1981 that united workers, students and artists to create a multi-layered exhibition and proposed an altogether new social and political reality. The values of that group continue to influence the mission of the Lodz Biennale.