Over a 150 years ago Czapek was considered to be one of the best watchmakers in the world, and now his name lives again on watches that reflect his personal history.
The displays will give art lovers the chance to see works that could go for the highest prices ever seen at a Polish auction.
The Polish Senate on Friday adopted a draft resolution in which it congratulated Polish novelist, poet and essayist Olga Tokarczuk for winning the Nobel Prize in Literature and praised her achievements in the promotion of Polish literature.
UK-based magazine Gramophone which hands out the awards said on its website: “Aged just 28, Jakub Józef Orliński has certainly proved himself worthy of being named Young Artist of the Year.”
The museum from Wrocław-based architects Heinle, Wischer und Partner Architekcia will also be a research centre on the poetic and theatrical work of the ‘most outstanding’ Polish artist of the early 20th century.
Maciej Karpinski, a Polish novelist, playwright, essayist, translator and chairman of the Writers Circle of the Polish Filmmakers Association, has been elected as vice-president of the Federation of Screenwriters in Europe (FSE).
Teatr Lalka, Warsaw's oldest puppet theatre, claimed four awards during autumn theatre festivals in Serbia, announced Dominika Druch, a theatre representative, on Tuesday.
Agnieszka Sieradzka of the museum’s art collection department said the works present life in the camp, punishments, deaths during escape attempts, marches of death and recollections and portraits of people the artist remembered.
With a date of birth that places it at the heart of the millennial generation, the Greek Catholic orthodox church in Western Pomerania is the architectural equivalent of crushed avocado on toast.
The 34-year-old Israeli actress and former model said she picked on the story of Irena Sendler, the Polish nurse and social worker who during WWII smuggled 2,500 children out of the Warsaw Ghetto, because she wanted to bring the ‘inspirational story to life’.