The Discomfort of Evening demonstrates that in the face of unprecedented local and global turmoil young Polish artists see hope and opportunities for art.
Warsaw Gallery Weekend and Fringe Warszawa hope to offer long-term solutions for a thriving art scene in Warsaw when skyrocketing inflation and a lack of affordable studio spaces have become the new norm.
From supplying medicines and food to organizing poetry readings and stress relief workshops, the museum has shifted its focus from art to humanitarian aid.
The new commemorative religious installation at the National Museum is hostile towards the LGBTQ community and does not uphold the values it claims to propagate.
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.
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.
An essay reflecting on the symbolic and communal role of the public square in contemporary Polish society.