Entitled ‘Nikifor. Painter above Painters’, the exhibition at Warsaw's National Museum of Ethnography brings together 130 of the artist's works from the museum’s deposits as well as rarely displayed works from a private collection.
A painting by one of Poland’s greatest modern painters has been discovered in the basement of a cultural institution where it had been lying for decades.
Basking in the summer heat, the rooftops housing the Old Town of Toruń shine an envious eye on the glass-fronted entrance to the cool confines of the CSW Centre of Contemporary Art.
Poland mourns the loss of Edward Dwurnik, one of the few artists to cross the Iron Curtain and win recognition in the West.