The MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art in Kraków, which focuses on art from the past 20 years, is offering virtual tours of its exhibits.
The go-ahead to reopen comes 53 days after the castle closed its doors in March and is part of the second stage of what the government is calling ‘defrosting the economy’.
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.
Dedicated to the latest in Polish and international art, as well as research and education, it is ideal for those looking to immerse themselves in culture. It also gives a welcome break from the usual tourist traps