We very much regret to inform you that, by order of the Ministry, all exhibitions and accompanying events have to be cancelled from 12 March until further notice. During that time, both Zachęta – National Gallery of Art and the Zachęta Project Room at Gałczyńskiego 3 will be closed. In the meantime, make sure to visit our online collection!
The Zachęta collection consists of more than 3500 items (paintings, sculptures, installations, videos, works on paper). It includes works by the classics of 20th-century Polish art such as Tadeusz Kantor, Edward Krasiński, Erna Rosenstein, Henryk Stażewski or Alina Szapocznikow, by world-renowned contemporary Polish artists such as Mirosław Bałka, Katarzyna Kozyra, Wilhelm Sasnal or Krzysztof Wodiczko and by recognised artists of the younger generation. There is also a wide representation of graphic artists active in the years 1950–1980. Discover our collection!
Visit our E-bookshop
Enjoy every day surrounded by art and unique objects and publications. The Zachęta – National Art Gallery collection encapsulates many personal stories - told by artists, art historians and curators. From 13 March publications and gifts available in our E-bookshop can be bought with a 20% discount and the quickest possible courier delivery (as long as the courier companies will deliver packages in the current global situation). Visit us online!
"Simple Rainbow" was created in 1991 for the exhibition entitled "Epitaph and Seven Spaces", curated by Janusz Bogucki and Nina Smolarz. The rainbow stood on Małachowskiego Square until 1993. After 28 years, it will reappear on the square, as a conversation starter on today’s society and world.
plac Małachowskiego (infront of Zachętą gallery)
All exhibitions and accompanying events at Zachęta are cancelled from 12 March until further notice. Contact: +48 22 219 9298