Channelling Poland’s rich tradition of graphic art, the works have now helped Gdynia’s copious but often unsung charms reach an entirely new audience and, in the process, boosted the city’s standing as something of a crucible of creativity.
Grzegorz Lewandowski becomes only the 200th Polish artist to be recognised by the International Federation of Photographic Art FIAP in its 70 year history after he was awarded the title of Excellence FIAP “for his efforts, work and technique in the domain of photographic art and in recognition for the eminent services he has rendered”.
VIDEO: Milena Witkowska from Gdańsk, came first for the cello in her age category (14-16 years) at the Newport Virtuosi competition.
Builders stumbled upon the bottle during renovations at the city’s Central Train Station. Inside was a handwritten note referring to the tragic 1970 protests which led to over 40 deaths.
Using a method known as solargraphy, Marcin Lilla’s extraordinary, long exposure images have cast the Tri-City in a completely new light.
Titled Secrets, the exhibition presents the works of numerous Tri-City artists in a range of curious city locations.
Coinciding with the launch of PKP’s 2021 timetable, TFN takes a whistle stop look at the four big cities that will comprise the foundations of their offer in the year ahead.
Lech Walesa, the former Solidarity leader who led the union in its historic struggle with Poland’s communist regime, has said Poles were not fighting the system, but those who are trying to destroy it.
Armed militia confrontations with protestors led to the deaths of around 40 people, while over 1,000 people were injured.
After travelling the length and breadth of the country in pursuit of pleasure, our man Webber says he’s hit the jackpot TEN TIMES!