Oskar Krajewski’s Recycled Futures project features a dystopian, futuristic sculpture made up of over 25,000 discarded objects, such as watches and computer parts.
London commuters have the chance to read the poetry that helped keep Polish culture alive during the dark days of partition.
Polish-British artist Baczyński-Jenkins explores desire and sexuality in award-winning work.
Live broadcasts will give people the chance to see some of the world’s best operas.
One of four nominees for the 2008 Turner Prize, Macuga’s work is embedded in the modern cultural phenomenon of the artist as not only a creator, but also a researcher, archivist, detective, critic and curator.
The London Jewish community on Thursday honoured persons who helped Jews during the Holocaust, including two Poles, Irena Sendler and Janusz Korczak, by unveiling commemorative plaques dedicated to them at the Hoop Lane cemetery, located north of the city.
From its humble beginnings in Gdańsk, high street fashion company Reserved has come a long way – and it has no plans of stopping.
Poland may not seem the most obvious frame of reference when a Danish choreographer produces a Spanish baroque play with the UK’s leading contemporary dance company. Yet for the Rambert Dance Company production of Pedro Calderon de la Barca’s Life Is A Dream, the choreographer Kim Brandstrup drew his inspirations largely from Poland, the country where the 1635 play is ostensibly set.