The tanks will be part of a broader exhibition entitled 'The Invincible Army', which will open in Warsaw and later move on to other European capitals.
Alex Webber travels to the delightful little town of Sandomierz where he finds Widnokrąg, a place of art, culture, grace and hospitality, the very essence of the town itself.
Organized by the National Institute of Remembrance (IPN), the project, titled ‘Trails of Hope; the Odyssey of Freedom’, was originally undertaken to mark the 80th anniversary of the beginning of the operation that saw both civilians and soldiers evacuated from the USSR as part of the so-called Anders Army.
Titled ‘Re-enchanting the World’, the project by Małgorzata Mirga-Tas sees her become the first Romani artist to ever represent Poland at the prestigious event.
Five of the nine hideouts featured in the exhibition ‘Hideouts. The Architecture of Survival’ are in today’s Ukraine, with Russia’s invasion of the country giving the exhibition an added poignancy.
Initially intended to showcase 60 of the artist’s paintings, Poland’s first ever monographic exhibition of her work entitled “Tamara de Lempicka. A Woman on a Journey”, has taken on a new relevancy in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
In this episode of The Debrief, we take a look at the work of Bogdan Dziworski, a Polish photographer and cinematographer who has just turned 80.
The third woman in the world and first European to reach the peak of Mount Everest, the exhibition entitled ‘Passion, hardship and a love for the mountains – Wanda Rutkiewicz on unknown photographs’ presents previously unpublished photos held in the Polish Press Agency’s archives.
In this episode of The Debrief, a look at the watery world of Poland’s capital. Host John Beauchamp speaks to Konrad Schiller from the Warsaw Museum about a new exhibition which highlights the city’s hidden waterways.
How Poland celebrated Christmas in the 1960s and 1970s is the subject of a fascinating new exhibition organised by the Polish Press Agency (PAP).