In this episode of The Debrief we take a look at an exhibition of Polish women’s design.
A new exhibition on Polish artistic photography which spans most of the 20th century is on in the southern Polish city of Kraków.
A group of eleven young Ukrainian women have launched an art zine in Warsaw called ‘3ina’, which brings together works from across Ukraine and beyond in a magazine whose sales will support the Ukrainian cause.
Poland has successfully repatriated two Flemish paintings looted from a Polish collection by Nazi Germans during World War Two.
Projected onto a surface area of 800 sq/m using state-of-the-art equipment, it’s a striking work that takes guests past powerful volcanic eruptions, dancing bolts of lightning, gigantic six-storey waves and to the Northern Lights themselves.
After two decades in Kraków, artist Enrico Muscetra has expressed his gratitude to the city by gifting an ethereal sculpture titled Angel of Light.
Alex Webber travels to the delightful little town of Sandomierz where he finds Widnokrąg, a place of art, culture, grace and hospitality, the very essence of the town itself.
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.
Wanessa Bąkowska, 12, had written a letter to the Queen and included one of her artworks entitled ‘Earth’. The Queen’s Lady-in-Waiting replied on her Majesty’s behalf saying the Queen was deeply ‘touched’.
Originally intended as just a three-day visit, the Spanish artist instead embarked upon a mini tour of the country lasting two weeks.