Painted onto pillars beneath the Gdańsk Strzyża station, the mural is a tribute to all the women who fought for a free Poland during communism and acts as a reminder of their role in the historic events that began in Pomerania in August 1980, and then spilled across the whole country.
Two days after the discovery of the 1974 theft of ‘Woman Carrying Embers’ by Pieter Brueghel II from the National Museum of Gdańsk, a local customs officer who claimed to have information was kidnapped, taken to a cemetery, doused in petrol and set ablaze. The artwork has remained missing ever since, until now…
Works by acclaimed Emerati painter Abdul Qader Al Rais can be viewed, as of June 30, at the Modern Art Department of the National Museum of Gdańsk (north Poland).
A huge street art mural from Gdańsk, which was stolen and chopped into pieces before being sold to a gallery in London, has been returned after a five year legal battle.
Although hoping to raise 46.2 million PLN, Boombit still managed to smash records by obtaining 35.2 million PLN through their cut price share issue.
Cheap and versatile, the steel boxes will create a “user friendly town” for people to work in.
Poland's Gdańsk Shipyard on Wednesday signed a contract with the Finnish crane maker Konecranes under which the Polish company will produce cranes for the European and North American markets, PAP was told by an Industrial Development Agency (ARP) official.
As the Seattle studio that came to define the grunge music genre in the 1990s plans to take Trupa Trupa global with a new international album to be released later this year, the band tells TFN: “Our priority is our spiritual path, not the conquest of the world.”
In recognition of Gdańsk-based TOFU’s creativity, the German Design Awards jury said: “The design for this marketing campaign has been adroitly and lucidly developed from a particular painting and its historical period.
In 2019, Wizz Air wants to carry 2.9 million passengers from the Gdansk Airport, in northern Poland. This year, the carrier will launch four new routes from Gdańsk: to Oslo-Sandefjord-Torp, Bodo, Bremen and Kutaisi.