Exhibitions Archive

  • It’s just impossible to write anything negative about this exhibition. We have to praise it and praise it to the roof. Even if thinking about fabrics and textiles – tapestries, […] 0

    Splendour, sheer splendour!

    It’s just impossible to write anything negative about this exhibition. We have to praise it and praise it to the roof. Even if thinking about fabrics and textiles – tapestries, […]

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  • Unsurprisingly, it all began in the Brave New World café in Warsaw. The artist Anna Baumgart and the art historian Professor Andrzej Turowski, who specialises in Russian avant-garde, talked about […] 0

    Railway revolution

    Unsurprisingly, it all began in the Brave New World café in Warsaw. The artist Anna Baumgart and the art historian Professor Andrzej Turowski, who specialises in Russian avant-garde, talked about […]

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  •  Oskar Dawicki was supposed to become a painter, but he eventually turned out to be a performer. He even graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts at Nicolaus Copernicus University […] 0

    Brocade jacket

     Oskar Dawicki was supposed to become a painter, but he eventually turned out to be a performer. He even graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts at Nicolaus Copernicus University […]

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  • Helmut Newton – a master of perversion, a provocateur, a permanent scandalist, a king of life, an eternal boy. And a frighteningly talented photographer. For dozens of years he was […] 0

    Prince of Porn

    Helmut Newton – a master of perversion, a provocateur, a permanent scandalist, a king of life, an eternal boy. And a frighteningly talented photographer. For dozens of years he was […]

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  • Does painting still make sense? The paintings presented at the exhibition entitled ‘Sprzeczne informacje. Obraz wobec obrazów’ (‘Contradictory Information. A painting against paintings’) not only do still make sense, but they […] 0

    The Guardians of Painting

    Does painting still make sense? The paintings presented at the exhibition entitled ‘Sprzeczne informacje. Obraz wobec obrazów’ (‘Contradictory Information. A painting against paintings’) not only do still make sense, but they […]

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  • In Berlin’s Kulturforum it’s the last day of the monographic exhibition of Karl Friedrich Schinkel entitled ‘Geschichte und Poesie’ before it is transferred to Munich. It’s an interesting, retrospective event […] 0

    Designer of his time – Karl Friedrich Schinkel

    In Berlin’s Kulturforum it’s the last day of the monographic exhibition of Karl Friedrich Schinkel entitled ‘Geschichte und Poesie’ before it is transferred to Munich. It’s an interesting, retrospective event […]

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  • Cattelan returns to Poland. Unfortunately, his visit isn’t as spectacular as hoped by his fans, who whetted their appetite for a truly big event. The exhibition is definitely worth seeing, […] 0

    The scandalous artist Maurizio Cattelan

    Cattelan returns to Poland. Unfortunately, his visit isn’t as spectacular as hoped by his fans, who whetted their appetite for a truly big event. The exhibition is definitely worth seeing, […]

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  • We seem to have got stuck in the 1950’s and 60’s a bit. First, it was design and now the illustrations by not just anybody, but by Janusz Grabiański himself. […] 0

    Fly by LOT

    We seem to have got stuck in the 1950’s and 60’s a bit. First, it was design and now the illustrations by not just anybody, but by Janusz Grabiański himself. […]

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  • Ola of the Monsterland In Galeria Promocyjna there is an exhibition of an artist who is not really into exhibiting her works (this event is a necessity related to the […] 1

    Ola of the Monsterland

    Ola of the Monsterland In Galeria Promocyjna there is an exhibition of an artist who is not really into exhibiting her works (this event is a necessity related to the […]

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  • The National Museum in Kraków has organised a magnificent exhibition of Wojciech Fangor’s paintings – a grand, retrospective and jubilee must-see event. Fangor means colour, shape and space – cubism, […] 0

    The paintings of the same father and different mothers

    The National Museum in Kraków has organised a magnificent exhibition of Wojciech Fangor’s paintings – a grand, retrospective and jubilee must-see event. Fangor means colour, shape and space – cubism, […]

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