Interwar architecture exhibition showcases five themes in five cities
The National Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning is putting on a series of five exhibitions displaying a panorama of Polish architecture built after 1918.
The exhibitions will take place in and showcase the buildings of Kraków, Warsaw, Lublin, Poznań and Katowice.
Starting in Krakow on 27th September the first exhibition’s theme is Art, in Warsaw from the 8th October the issue of Authority is addressed, in Lublin from the 11th October the focus is on Society, while in Poznań from the 18th October the exhibition is about Transfer. The final exhibition from the 25th October will look at Change.
All exhibitions end on the 15th of December.