Indian art magazine "International Gallerie" published an issue entirely dedicated to Poland, titled "Poland - resisting history". The issue contains essays on contemporary Polish art, theatre, dance, cinema, history and literature by Polish curators, crtitics and artists such as Joanna Klass, Anda Rottenberg, Dorota Masłowska, Anna Tryc-Bromley, Marcin Owczarek, Krzysztof Dydo, Andrzej Kosowski, Maria Pomianowska and Tadeusz Rolke.
"International Gallerie" is a bi-annual arts and ideas magazine founded in 1997. It is considered one of the most influential among the exclusive publications in India, reaching not only to the Indian elites, but also to the representatives of the art circles worldwide. Among the magazine's subscribers are such institutions at London's Tate Modern or New York's MOMA. Over the past 17 years, in successive editions, "International Gallerie" published articles by internationally renowned curators, presenting works of the most interesting artists and trends in different fields of the arts. This high-level magazine publishes issues either focused on certain themes, such as, for example, "poetry in art", or presenting overall portraits of particular national cultures. Editor-in-chief of the magazine is Bina Sarkar Ellias, curator, designer and esteemed poet. In 2015 she published a new collection of poems titled "FUSE".