In the art museum in Gothenburg, in cooperation with the National Museum in Warsaw and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, an exhibition devoted to Polish art from the 19th and 20th century was opened.
With his family being murdered in the Holocaust and him surviving four years in Buchenwald concentration camp, Boris Lurie’s work attempts to work through his suffering and that of all victims of the WWII genocide.
As well as showcasing rare collections from the National Museum in Warsaw, the ‘Shouting: Poland! Independence 1918’ exhibition, which starts today (October 26th), will also include hitherto unseen artwork from other cultural institutions.
A newly-opened exhibition at the Warsaw University of Technology tells the fascinating history of Polish aviation. Running from October 22-23, the ‘Per aspera ad astra’ exhibition shows off some of Poland’s greatest aerial achievements, from fighter aircraft to rockets.
The exhibition entitled ‘Women in the Fight for Polish Independence’ showcases photos which depict the brave efforts of the League of Women of Galicia and Cieszyn Silesia whose ranks totaled around 16,000 women.
The month-long exhibition will show off the best in entrepreneurism and innovation while giving a nod to past achievements too.
A Polish exposition portraying the last 100 years of Polish history via 10 particular objects received an honourable mention at the prestigious London Design Biennale (LDB) on Tuesday.
In an exclusive interview for The First News Maurycy Gomulicki, one of Poland’s most multi-talented visual artists, talks about his work on the project.
The photographs, divided into two distinct historical periods, first trace various dwindling communities trying to survive in a post-1968 Polish Communist reality.
While some of the pieces draw on ancient forms and techniques, their themes – ranging from the legacy of colonialism to economic exploitation of workers – feel fresh and contemporary.