The beautiful cards depict what today we would consider fairly traditional seasonal scenes. But within the context of their times, depicting religious themes and symbols was revolutionary.
After the city of Skopje was left ruined by an earthquake, a team of Poles rose to the challenge of rebuilding it.
More than 100 artists from over a dozen countries will meet in Kraków on July 2-7 for the 21st EtnoKraków/Rozstaje 2019 festival, billed as one of the most important festivals in Europe presenting traditional, folk, ethno and world music as well as dance and theatre.
From grey faces, to bold colours, and from massive murals to paintings you can hang on a wall: Wręga’s art has few boundaries.
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.
In the art museum in Gothenburg, in cooperation with the National Museum in Warsaw and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, an exhibition devoted to Polish art from the 19th and 20th century was opened.
One of the most original sculptors of Poland’s young generation, Brzeski creates disturbing worlds through sculptural pieces.
Controversial and shocking , Polish artist Katarzyna Kozyra has never shied away from breaking taboos.