Is a space where we share our thoughts. This specific exchange between Poland and Mexico will show you our proposal embodied in our work. Antropologos is then a collection of anthropological research and interesting art work. We also search here for the best way to  dialog with people.




See our core projects based on anthropology and art. Every project includes collaboration with talented researchers and artists. If you want to join our group we're opened. Learn more and contact us!
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Jaką płeć ma robotnica?

Jaką płeć ma robotnica to projekt, który wychodzi od książki naukowej, badającej socrealizm z perspektywy genderowej jako nurt w sztuce, który służył nie tyle propagandzie, co mitowi politycznemu.


Mitomania is a project based on the analysis of myths from all over the world. 

Santa Muerte

The project is based on the analysis of the cult. You can find here also a collaboration with Mexican intellectuals and regular people trying to define Mexican identity, correlated to Death itself. 


Wigilijny Karnawał Meksykański, czyli Rozbijamy Piñatę!

Kilka dni temu Fernando pisał o procesji odbywającej się przed Świętami Bożego Narodzenia w Meksyku (i wielu innych krajach Ameryki Łacińskiej), zwanej Las Posadas. Procesja upamiętnia szukanie miejsca postoju przez Marję i Józefa w Betlejem. Po jej odbyciu zgromadzeni udają się



Antropologos is also and foremost a blog on which I try to analyse anthropological topics about Mexican culture, worldwide mythology, art and other cultural phenomenon. If you want to learn more about me and people with whom I collaborate, click the button below. 


New paleolithic Venus found in France

Paleolithic Venus was found by archaeologists working at the Amiens-Renancourt. The amazing discovery is dated to the Early Upper Palaeolithic, from the Gravettian  period (a phase of the Aurignacian culture), so it’s about 23,000 years old. This Paleolithic Venus is

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Scientists found new geoglyphs in Nazca, Peru

Japanese scientists discovered 143 new geoglyphs in the Nazca desert in Peru. Huge drawings show not only forms previously known from the region, such as monkeys, snakes, animals and plants, but also new ones. Among them, the ones depicting people-like

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