The group is based in Lodi .
The group is engaged in the acquisition and donation of exhibits to form the International Collection of Contemporary Art .
The group kept in touch with the Parisian group Abstraction-Création , whose exhibition was to take place in Warsaw and Łódź in the 1930s. However, for financial and organizational reasons, these plans could not be finalized.
The Museum of Art in Łódź was created as a result of the reorganization of the Łódź museums.
The first brochure "Komunikat" was released. It was printed on cardboard on both sides and contained brief slogans, which are the postulates of the group. The brochure appeared with the publication of a collection of poems by Julian Przybos "From Above" ("Z ponad").
An agreement was signed between the Łódź city council and the group, on the basis of which the collection was transferred to the museum for storage and is available to visitors . Initially, it consisted of 21 paintings, including 10 foreign ones. A year later, the published illustrated catalog contained 75 works by 44 artists (29 foreign and 15 Polish). At that time, this collection was second in Europe after the Hanoverian in terms of importance and size.
The second "Komunikat" is released. It consisted of a four-page large-format booklet and contained articles on the mass nature of art and its social impact. It also featured a typeface designed by Władysław Strzeminsky.
Mid 1930s (probably 1936)
The group ceased operations due to financial difficulties.
As part of the "Library ar" seven editions have been published:
Julian Przybos: "From Above", graphic layout: Vladislav Strzheminsky, 1930 (Julian Przyboś, Z ponad, układ graficzny Władysław Strzemiński);
Katarzyna Kobro, Władysław Strzeminski: "Composition of space. Calculation of space-time rhythm", 1931 (Katarzyna Kobro, Władysław Strzemiński, Kompozycja przestrzeni. Obliczenia rytmu czasoprzestrzennego);
Julian Przybos: "Into the depths of the forest", 1932 (Julian Przyboś, W głąb lasu);
Jan Brzękowski: "From the second person, drawings by Jean Arp", 1933 (Jan Brzękowski, W drugiej osobie, rysunki Jean Arp);
Jan Brzękowski: "Integral Poetry", 1933 (Jan Brzękowski, Poezja integralna);
Władysław Strzeminski: "Functional Printing", 1935 (Władysław Strzeminski, Druk funkcjonalny);
Jan Brzękowski: "Closed around the mouth, illustrations by Max Ernst", 1936 (Jan Brzękowski, Zaciśnięte dookoła ust, ilustracje Max Ernst).