Alicja Gzowska


Curator and art historian, interested in Polish post-war architecture – both late- and postmodern. She works for the Polish National Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning, and collaborates on research projects. She is the co-author of books on Polish postmodern architecture: Postmodernizm polski. Architektura i urbanistyka. Rozmowy z architektami (2013), Postmodernism Is Almost All Right: Polish Architecture After Socialist Globalization (2012), and author of Szesnaście żelbetowych kwiatów. Nowy dworzec kolejowy w Katowicach (2012), a monograph on the demolished brutalist railway station in Katowice, Poland. She has also contributed to the exhibition and publication Lifting The Curtain. Central European Architectural Networks (collateral event at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice, July 06–November 23, 2014).