Through an astonishing act of memory and love for his former home, Mayer Kirshenblatt's canvases breathe life into the town of Opatów’s streets and offer glimpses into the daily lives of its Jewish residents.
Lacking the brooding darkness of many of the world’s street artists, Kawu’s work is defined by its jolly sense of innocence. Often utilising the surrounding environment, the artist looks to directly interact with nearby physical elements whilst visually transforming otherwise dull corners of the city.
War-time trauma and direct realism are the keys to a new retrospective of Polish painter Andrzej Wróblewski at the National Museum in Lublin.
Uncovered during routine renovation work in Warsaw’s Regional Court, it is thought that the paintings could be directly related to the building’s wartime or pre-war use.
Amid growing concerns about the unchecked growth of AI, internationally-renowned artist Agnieszka Pilat, who is famed for her work with robots, has added her voice to the debate against the over-use of Artificial Intelligence.
As a major exhibition marking 2023 the Year of Jan Matejko, TFN looks at the painter’s influence on identity and perception of some of the most iconic moments in Polish history.
Eleven works of art stolen during and after World War II have been transferred to the National Museum in Warsaw, the Polish culture minister has said.
Dying aged just 30, Wróblewski’s ten-year career saw the artist make an impact that resonates to this day.
The paintings dating to the fifth or sixth century were found hidden deep within ruins at the Old Dongola archaeological site which was once the capital of the Christian kingdom of Nubia in the early Middle Ages.
Planned to last just three months, with 80,000 visitors descending on an exhibition of Tamara de Lempicka’s works, to meet popular demand the Villa La Fleur just outside Warsaw was forced to keep its doors open for an extra three months.