Decorating the façade of the former Saturn factory in Warsaw’s Wawer district, the work by Domicella Bożekowska and commissioned in 1965 was intended to “introduce contemporary art beyond art galleries, as well as to raise the cultural knowledge of the so-called working class.”
The medieval town of Bolesławiec in Lower Silesia now joins a prestigious list of culture which includes Prinsenhof Museum of Delft in the Netherlands, the Municipality of Faenza in Italy, known for majolica earthenware, and the ceramic producing region of Gmunden in Austria.
According to archaeologists at the site in Biskupice, Małopolska, the unusual artefact which measures 10cm across and has clearly defined eyes and a nose with two protrusions that resemble horns could be “connected to religious practices."
The street artist who is known for her incredible lace-style murals that have appeared across the world has now unveiled her mesmerising new piece of work in Warsaw’s Propaganda Gallery.
'The King's Extraordinary Gift' is an exhibition of a set of dishes from the Turkish Sultan's table service, gathered from Polish collections. It is the first exhibition at the Royal Castle since its reopening after the coronavirus pandemic.
The National Museum of Warsaw currently holds Poland’s largest collection of Picasso’s works, among them 20 ceramic plates of which 10 have gone on show.