For this Debrief Extra we’re on a journey through photographic history at an exhibition entitled “Lithuania. Two Centuries of Photography”
Set to become one of the leading attractions in Łódź, the National Centre for Film Culture has also set a benchmark for the rest of the planet to follow. Beautifully arranged, the visual feast that unfolds leaves no stone unturned in its quest to bring the history of film alive.
The monumental institution, spanning over 45,000 square meters, with an exhibition area of approximately 8,000 square meters and six levels, takes its place as Poland's largest cultural facility.
War-time trauma and direct realism are the keys to a new retrospective of Polish painter Andrzej Wróblewski at the National Museum in Lublin.
Wilno, Vilnius, Vilne 1918–1948. One city – many stories is the title of an ongoing exhibition throughout the summer of 2023 on the tempestuous time of the early 20th century in what is now Lithaunia’s capital.
In this episode of The Debrief we take a look at an exhibition of Polish women’s design.
Steered by this romantic notion connecting Poland’s peasantry to national revival and the restoration of the Polish state, Tetmajer’s work is nothing if not a proud representation of grass roots Poland.
As a major exhibition marking 2023 the Year of Jan Matejko, TFN looks at the painter’s influence on identity and perception of some of the most iconic moments in Polish history.
An exhibition at Warsaw’s Centre for Contemporary Art of work by a Chinese dissident artist will go ahead despite pressure from the Chinese embassy.
VIDEO: Entitled "Trails of Hope. Odyssey of Freedom”, the project aims to commemorate the military effort of the Polish Armed Forces during World War II and the fate of the civilian population evacuated from the USSR together with the army of General Anders.
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