The book, which introduces people to the Polish language and culture in a fun and light-hearted way, is now the basis for the exhibition at Clapham library which uses a selection of colourful graphics and choice words crucial to understanding Poles, their habits and traditions.
The masterpiece 'The Girl in the Picture Frame' shows off all the artistic skills of the famed painter.
The National Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning is putting on a series of five exhibitions displaying a panorama of Polish architecture built after 1918.
The Royal Castle in Warsaw joins the international celebration of Rembrandt Year with 36 original works by the Dutch master.
For centuries, Poland has been a multinational country with representatives of various cultures and religions living and working side by side, often fighting and even giving their lives for their homeland. The most important values professed were: honour, freedom, tolerance and hospitality. The exhibition “Poland – Homeland of Tolerance” explores these traditions and looks for their traces in the modern Polish society.
An exhibition entitled #StolenMemory, which presents the individual fates of victims of Nazi terror, opened on Tuesday on Bohaterów Getta (Heroes of the Ghetto) Square in Kraków (southern Poland).
From Friday, the Museum on the Vistula in Warsaw will be showing an exhibition entitled 'Never again. Art against war and Fascism in the 20th and 21st centuries,' themed around Pablo Picasso's 'Guernica.'
Set up after WWI under the patronage of Helena Paderewska, the organisation commissioned designs from some pf Poland’s most celebrated artists including Tadeusz Gronowski, Marek Freudenreich and Andrzej Pągowski.
An exhibition devoted to the Warsaw Uprising was opened at the Topography of Terror museum in Berlin on Thursday. The event is being held under the patronage of Polish President Andrzej Duda and German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
A March of Remembrance and Prayer, as well as lectures, film screenings, exhibitions and meetings with authors are part of the program that will mark the 73rd anniversary of the Kielce pogrom, which took place on July 4, 1946, in the south-central Polish city.