Polish art historian Marika Kuźmicz has begun a project to research the biographies of overlooked female artists, locate their archives, and make the information and images available in a free online database.
The map responds to the more than 80 Polish municipal and local governments that announced themselves as “free from LGBT ideology.”
Be enchanted by the splendid palace-villa with its art collections and pavilions, set in 75 hectares (158 acres) of historic gardens. The lecture will be webcast live for audiences around the world.
After ousting the previous director, the ministry plans to hire a new director without the customary open call process. The nominee, Piotr Bernatowicz, has been accused of misogyny and anti-Semitism.
Poland’s current rightwing Minister of Culture, Piotr Gliński, is attempting to replace the director of a major cultural institution with a ministry-appointed one.
In this Warsaw exhibition, the investigative research group shows that the destruction of land can expedite acts of violence upon the people who inhabit it.
States of Focus is a powerful testimony to contemporary women artists who have endured and continue to endure assaults on their self-determination.
Elżbieta Podlesna’s house was raided and she was charged with “offending religious sentiment” in the central Polish city of Płock.
Following an anonymous complaint, the director of the National Museum in Warsaw took down the works of Natalia LL, Katarzyna Kozyra, and the duo Karolina Wiktor and Aleksandra Kubiak, sparking #bananagate.
Poland’s current rightwing Minister of Culture, Piotr Gliński, is accused of attempting to take control of the museum in an effort to curtail its programming and replace its director with a ministry-appointed one.
An unholy alliance has formed between Catholics protesting debunked conspiracy theories linking Abramović to Satanism, and the Polish dance community, who have been complaining of mistreatment and unfair wages leading up to her career retrospective The Cleaner.
Ahead of July 4, the Library of Congress made all 111 volumes of a 1926 birthday card signed by 5.5 million Polish citizens available online.