Do you remember this extraordinary exhibition of Julian Antoniszczak? Accompanying poster was designed by Jakub de Barbaro.
One of the chapters in our guide to contemporary art for teenagers is dedicated to Warpechowski’s Plating.
Romano kher means Romani home. We recommend a publication edited by Monika Weychert Waluszko devoted to Roma art, aesthetics and experience.
How does time and change of space affect an artwork? We recall Konrad Smoleński’s project and the accompanying folder.
The first exhibition at Zachęta dedicated to music and visual arts took place in 2009. See the poster and read about this international show.
Dangerous liaisons between visual arts and music were exposed by Brazilian artists at the ZPR. Enjoy the exhibition folder.
Can a building be as dynamic as the climate? This and other questions are answered in the publication accompanying the exhibition in the Polish Pavilion at the 2018 Architecture Biennale.
The first exhibition prepared for and by children took place at Zachęta in 2003. Here is the catalog accompanying this exhibition!
The project presented in 2011 presented photos of Chongqing – one of many developing Chinese cities, growing at an impressive and alarming pace.
How to look after contemporary works of art? We recommend the book accompanying an unusual display from the Zachęta collection (This is not an exhibition, 2008).
The first exhibition inspired by Zachęta’s audience decelopment research that took place in 2011. We recommend reading the curators’ texts.
Another artistic book by Wiktor, who through visual and textual materials analyzes the surrounding reality from a personal perspective.
Ania Witkowska and Adam Witkowski in their project sought to answer the question: to what extent does them being a family unit affects their work.
The exhibition curated by Maria Brewińska took on the subject of the relationship between contemporary sculpture and modernism. Find out more from the folder accompanying the exhibition.
Maria Pinińska-Bereś, Natalia LL and Ewa Partum – pioneers of women’s art in Poland – were the protagonists of the exhibition. Here are the accompanying texts.
1978, Kordegarda Gallery and the collection of Jan Styczyński.
Improving the quality of life, caring for physical comfort and mental hygiene in modern times … Read more about the Mucha’s para-architectural projects.
In 2008, we showcased an exhibition of 50 Polish female photographers of the 20th century, who mainly dealt with documentary photography.
Have a look at the catalog accompanying the 2016 exhibition, with essays by Anna Maria Leśniewska, Gabriela Świtek and Dorota Szwarcman.
The year was 1967. National Exhibition of Photography – women in the lenses of 45 female and male photographers. We recall the catalog of this exhibition.
The exhibition at ZPR was a summary of a year-long project, during which the artist underwent a self-analysis and put the results into drawings.
We rediscovered the artist’s poetic painting style in 2018. However, we go back further and recommend the catalog from her first exhibition at Zachęta in 1966.
We recall the exhibition with the telling title Hiding people among people without contact with nature leads to perversions.
God father of Polish sculpture and his exhibition that took place at Zachęta in 1955.
Antonisz, contemporary artists and a return to the beginnings of cinema. We recall the exhibition from 2013.
To close this issue, we recall the poster for the first large-scale exhibition of the painter, performer and member of the legendary Gruppa (2008).
Want to find out more about our long history? We recommend a selection of press clippings from our archives.
Can you interpret contemporary art yourself? Thanks to our harmonica-shaped guide — yes, you can!
A children’s guide to the exhibition, on the relationship between visual arts and sound.
A game for players of all ages! Download it, cut out the cards and come up with a story inspired by works from the Zachęta collection.
Folder accompanying the 2011 exhibition devoted to the relationship between visual arts, choreography and dance.