The current exhibition at Warsaw’s Museum of Modern Art, entitled ‘What Is Enlightenment? – 200 years of the Print Room of the University of Warsaw Library’, is a fascinating exploration of the collection, it’s relevance to the modern world, and reactions to works from the collection by contemporary artists, including reinterpretations of engravings by the 2008 Turner prize nominated British/Polish artist Goshka Macuga.
One of the most original sculptors of Poland’s young generation, Brzeski creates disturbing worlds through sculptural pieces.
A poster competition organised by the Institute of National Remembrance aims to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Poland’s independence.
Jewish culture in Poland hasn’t just survived, but thrives and there is no better place to experience its revival, than the 10-day Jewish Culture Festival in Cracow.
For Magdalena Abakanowicz, the Polish sculptor known for vast, hanging sculptures made of organic matter, the inspiration for her life’s work lay in her childhood. As a child playing alone in the forests near her home, Abakanowicz would collect natural debris and interconnect the things she found into crude objects, which were then carefully stowed away at home.
Mainly concerned with human existence - the body in life, death and decay, personal and collective memory and creating works around his own personal history - Balka’s work encompasses the darker aspects of the human condition.
Police and art investigators from the Ministry of Culture have recovered three important paintings looted by German Nazis during World War II.
The International Classical Music Awards (ICMA) ceremony took place on Friday at the seat of the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, southern Poland. The awards were established in 2010 in place of the earlier MIDEM Classical Awards.
Twenty three galleries from 13 European and American cities will take part in the first edition of an international art project entitled 'Friend of a Friend,' in April. As part of the project, eight exhibitions will take place in Warsaw featuring both Polish and foreign artists.
Late Polish artist Zdzislaw Beksinski wiil be honoured at this year's 50th Art Capitol exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris. Beksinski's works are the main attraction of the exhibition's Drawing Salon.