The beautiful works by 18th century artist Bernardo Bellotto include 22 views of Warsaw: Castle Square, Krasińskich Square, Żelazna Brama, Nowy Świat, Krakowskie Przedmieście, Miodowa and Długa.
Taken at the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana, Tomasz Szpila’s hypnotic photo was awarded ‘Category Winner’ in the Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2022 competition’s Wild Portraits section. Two other Polish photographers were also award runner-up in the Landscapes and Under 16s categories.
Forget living in a Yellow Submarine, how about some Yellow fields supreme!
Located in Lubartów in eastern Poland and completed in 2021, the building was designed to fit into the surrounding rural landscape, combining the traditional form of a windmill with a functional and modern 79 square metre living space set vertically across three above-ground floors, an additional mezzanine and underground section.
Situated a stone’s throw away from the Old Town, the compact 18th-century Old Granary building will host the best of the artist’s work from among the 1,100 pieces that the museum’s mother institution the National Museum in Kraków holds in its collections.
Entitled ‘Nikifor. Painter above Painters’, the exhibition at Warsaw's National Museum of Ethnography brings together 130 of the artist's works from the museum’s deposits as well as rarely displayed works from a private collection.
Using the most recognizable works from the canon of Chełmoński, Gierymski and Kossak among others, Wojciech Januszczyk used 15 famous landscape paintings as the basis of his project before adding a plethora of billboards to these classics.
Dominika Koszowska, a graphic designer and part-time photographer scooped first place in the annual World’s Top Mobile Photographer 2020 Competition run by One Eyeland, for her collection of stunning pics.
Accessible only by foot and by bike, the Siekierki-Neurüdnitz bridge in West Pomerania will primarily act as a unique bicycle crossing that will seek to maintain the area’s ecological balance whilst providing cyclists with a straight-forward 60 kilometre run to Berlin.
Titled ‘Such A Landscape’, the exhibition features around 60 works between 1999 and 2021, and represent his first major exhibition in Poland since 2007.