Poland's culture minister has expressed his disappointment with the decision of the Eurovision Song Contest's organisers who had announced talks with Britain to hold the next year's event instead of Ukraine due to the war in the country.
Historical paintings commissioned for the Polish Pavilion at the 1939 New York World's Fair will come back to Poland after 83 years.
An oil painting lost during World War Two and restored nearly 80 years later, owing to a huge collective effort by the museum's staff and the Polish Culture Ministry, has returned to the National Museum in Wrocław, western Poland.
Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party is using public funds to subsidise a nationalist organisation that wants the country out of the EU, two opposition MPs have claimed.
An MP who quit one of the junior parties in Poland’s United Right governing coalition after disagreements over government economic policy has been appointed as the head of the new sports ministry.
Before the war, 'Under the Birches' by Finnish painter Albert Edelfelt had hung on the wall of an old aristocratic residence in the central village of Spała.
Sneak-peek images of the design show a large golden frog in front of one of the glass buildings, a symbol of the Energa Camerimage Festival and the name of its top award. It will also feature a festival centre, a market hall (a trade fair space for film products and technologies), a museum and an art gallery, cinemas, an education centre and a film studio.
Polish and international opera star Teresa Żylis-Gara, one of the most celebrated sopranos of our time, has died at the age of 91.
A government minister has said that before Law and Justice took office in 2015 there was little or no media pluralism or freedom in Poland.
Several works of art by Michal Elwiro Andriolli and a painting by Teodor Axentowicz, lost during WWII, have made their way to the collection of the National Museum in Warsaw.