In preparation for the exhibition which explores “fulfilled and unfulfilled dreams of modernisation”, the organisers drew on residents’ memories of the area, as well as their parents’ and grandparents’, during and after WWII.
Held at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw, Poland’s first Kosher Expo set out to dispel myths about kosher food and to inform the food industry about the certification process and promoting their products abroad.
The exhibition of works by Katarzyna Kobro and Władysław Strzemiński, co-organized by the Museum of Art in Łódź and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, was opened at the Pompidou Centre in Paris.
One of the Polish capital’s unique institutions, the museum is home to art that defied the communist censors.
Walking amid the random assembly of items, one gets the sense of a museum born of a different time; frankly, it feels all the better for it. And alongside the old railway tracks there’s one of the coolest places to hang out, Nocny Market.
Located in the picturesque town of Susch, nestled between the mountains and Inn river, Grazyna Kulczyk’s museum will house a collection of modern art from Poland and across Central and Eastern Europe.
The Culture Ministry will join forces with local authorities in administrating the Gross-Rosen Museum on the site of the World War II Gross-Rosen Nazi-German death camp in southern Poland.
Intrepid travellers to Poland have been increasingly enthralled by the wild and the weird - these Pinball museums in Kraków and Warsaw are both, and they don’t disappoint.
A museum dedicated to vodka will open in Warsaw next week.
The Polish nation so loved the Nobel prize winning author Henryk Sienkiewicz, that they purchased a country residence for him. It can be visited in the village of Oblęgorek, near Kielce.