A photo documentation of the exhibition at the Zachęta Project Room — a family project in which the artist tackles the problems of mental health.
The extraordinary artworks by the famous Japanese artist were introduced to the Polish audience in 2004 by curator Maria Brewińska. See photos from the exhibition!
The work of the winner of the first prize at Views 2017 combined a reflection on contemporary nomadism with a very personal memory of the artist’s grandmother, whose things were the building materials of the temporary home.
We present the winners of the Zachęta and British Council competition for disabled artists.
The exhibition by Joanna Kordjak and Agnieszka Szewczyk was an attempt to answer the question of how the complexity of social moods and political tensions in post-war Poland were reflected in fine arts, photography, film, architecture and design.
Houseworks during lockdowna and the M. Salamon Portrait Company. See the documentation of the exhibition at Zachęta Project Room.
The artist in the extraordinary surroundings of her futuristic installation. See the photo shoot!
This exhibition is “waiting” for our visitors since late November. We invite you to visit it at Zachęta, but also to view the photographic documentation.
160/160 is a jubilee project that supports artists whose works are in the Zachęta collection. Discover the journey of a certain cement mixer …
The works gathered at the exhibition inspired by the works of Krystiana Robb-Narbutt had a bittersweet look and meaning to them.
For those who don’t know it yet and those who would like to find out more – a short history of Warsaw’s oldest art gallery.
Käthe Kollwitz, Hito Steyerl and Keren Donde – three artists and three faces of female rebellion. We recall the exhibition documentation from 2019.
Joanna Piotrowska’s exhibition through the lens of Magda Hueckel.
Have a look at the photo documentation of the newest exhibition at Zachęta!
In 2015, an exhibition of works from our collection took place in the austere interiors of the renovated Raczyński’s house – Zachęta’s direct neighbour.
Monika Sosnowska’s monumental Staircase was presented at the exhibition New Sculpture? in 2012.
From an iridescent fountain to dance performances – we recall all the events accompanying the exhibition Plac Małachowskiego 3.
A water pot from the 1960s stood in front of Zachęta in the summer of 2018. See what plants we planted with the support of the University of Warsaw Botanical Garden.
Collections exhibition was primarily dedicated to crowdfunders who funded new acquisitions to our collections in 2016. We also invited one of the most interesting regional collections to the show: Galeria Arsenał in Białystok.
The intention of the project awarded with the Venetian Golden Lion was to show buildings as stage decorations for social, political and economic scenarios.
In 2009, together with the WRO Art Center, we invited children to an exhibition/playground. Did they have fun in the interactive installations? See for yourself!
An enormous wall unit and Rybczyński’s Oscar winning film, in other words, a look at small apartments – past and present.
Joanna Malinowska & Christian Tomaszewski inspired by the Soviet space program.