Warsaw building the latest house to get an unusual makeover from the hands of artist Piotr Janowski
London-based Polish author Stefan and his wife Franciszka were an ideal example of artistic cooperation. Together they created some of the most seminal pieces of avant-garde film. But it was Stefan’s children’s stories that he is best remembered for.
The world famous artist travelled to Poland and left his mark on a Warsaw apartment wall.
She may be best known as the woman who brought the palm tree to Warsaw but her work has also featured sleeping youngsters and drinks made from her own bodily secretions.
From the rise of Hitler to the collapse of the Berlin wall, Warsaw-born Topolski depicted nearly every single major event of the last century.
An insurgent who escaped a Tsarist prison, was punished with forced labour, went on to illustrate the epic poem Pan Tadeusz and become a key figure in Polish visual art died 125 years ago today.
An exhibition filled with photographs of tattooed flesh kicked off today at Warsaw’s prestigious Zachęta National Gallery of Art.
Located in the picturesque town of Susch, nestled between the mountains and Inn river, Grazyna Kulczyk’s museum will house a collection of modern art from Poland and across Central and Eastern Europe.
One of four nominees for the 2008 Turner Prize, Macuga’s work is embedded in the modern cultural phenomenon of the artist as not only a creator, but also a researcher, archivist, detective, critic and curator.
Anybody visiting Gdańsk between July 28 and August 19 will have the chance to sample the delights of St. Dominic’s Fair.