Although probably best-known for his Lego model concentration camps, Zbigniew Libera is one of the leading exponents of Poland’s critical art movement of the 1990’s.
While it’s easy to think of Lublin as a place trapped in a quaint world of its own, signs are emerging of its ambition and foresight.
Playwright, painter and poet, Stanisław Wyspiański (1869-1907) was a 19th Century Polish cultural giant.
Polish egyptologist Filip Taterka from the Polish Academy of Sciences discovered the sole depictions of the raptor secretary bird in the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut in Deir el-Barari, in Egypt.
It is not so much the palace itself as the surrounding square that has now become the centre of attention
Fed up with the Nazi shadow hanging over his hometown of Oświęcim, a music journalist started The Life Music Festival. Eight years on and it brings star acts from around the world.
Two Polish cities, Kraków and Katowice (both in southern Poland) will host the UNESCO 2018 Creative Cities Congress which is to be held in June. Over 350 delegates from nearly 160 cities and 64 countries will discuss plans for the coming 12 years.
There’s more to John Ratajkowski than just his model daughter Emily
The trailer for the long-awaited Cyberpunk 2077 game was unveiled yesterday during the E3 Microsoft Xbox conference in LA
It was 50 years ago today that Roman Polański’s dark, satanic psychological horror Rosemary’s Baby first hit the big screen.