Currently on display inside Lamborghini’s Warsaw showroom, the stunning sculpture will eventually be shipped to Italy where it will join other works in the brand’s museum in Saint' Agata Bolognese.
Prominent in the Polish avant-garde movement and a member of the Second Krakow Group of artists, Wanda Czełkowska remained artistically independent and preferred to chart her own course in her artistic practice.
The bronze monument, which commemorates the four Kindertransport trains which left Gdańsk between the 3rd of May and 25th of August 1939 and saved 130 children, was first unveiled in 2009, but had been in storage since 2019 due to renovation works at the central train station.
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.
All of Alicja Kozłowska’s works are made of embroidered textiles and look as if they had just been pulled off a shelf at the supermarket.
After two decades in Kraków, artist Enrico Muscetra has expressed his gratitude to the city by gifting an ethereal sculpture titled Angel of Light.
Resembling an art gallery rather than a doctor’s office, visitors to the ProfMedica clinic are greeted by a three storey atrium at the centre of which stands a monumental sculptural composition wall reaching to the top of the third floor.
This week, we’re in Warsaw and John Beauchamp has a chat with architect Michał Kempiński about the redesign of Five Corner Square, which is also going to have a sculptural surprise from the same artist who crafted the Warsaw Palm, Joanna Rajkowska.
Opened in 1994 as the first gallery in Poland and Europe to exclusively display art made under the Communist regime, a permanent display features around 300 paintings, sculptures, propaganda posters and sketches while its total depository includes around 2,600 works.
Named Bacchus after the Greek God of wine – a nod to the city’s historical tradition of winemaking – Zielona Góra’s gnomes as just as delightful as those found in the bigger city of Wrocław.
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