The exhibition also explores the artist’s life as a Jew in 20th-century Poland.
A proper blast from the past this week as Europe’s oldest hidden time capsule is revealed in Poland… What’s inside? Listen to this week’s Debrief to find out!
The time capsule discovered by workers carrying out renovation work on a church in the small town of Ziębice, dates back to 1797 making it the oldest in Europe and the second oldest in the world.
The ‘Resistant Bookshops’ project organised by Kraków’s Festival Office and the city’s Mayor’s office will see local independent bookstores receive up to 10,000 zł each to help get through the lockdown.
We go on the trail of a number of important Uprising documents found in a Warsaw rubbish skip…
Dr Tadeusz Krawczak from the Central Archives of Modern Records, where the documents and books are being kept, said that the materials are of huge historical value.
He illustrated books and stamps but Andrzej Heidrich will be best remembered for designing the current bank notes.
Now in its 4th year, the annual weekend event sees small bookshops attracting customers by emphasising other perks to combat the rise of online bookshops and other selling platforms, some offering steep discounts,
Founded by friends Mateusz Frukacz and Mikołaj Małaczyński, Legimi started offering ebook and audiobook subscriptions in 2012, a full year before industry giant Amazon got in on the action.
Last year she won the Medal of Saints for ‘caring and helping’ criminals. This year she bagged the Stołek award for best urban project. TFN’s Magda Dercz caught up with the woman whose motto when working with prisoners is: “I do not deal with their past, but with their future.”