The exhibition "Treasures from Chopin's Country: Polish Art from the 15th - 20th Century", which enjoyed a huge popularity in Beijing, after presentation in China was opened at the National Museum of Korea in Seoul. Read more »about: Polish Art Exhibition In Korea
An exhibition in Kyoto, entitled Homage to Kantor – Theatre of Death, presented Tadeusz Kantor’s art pieces from private collections of Japanese owners, but also artist's photographs from the Foksal Gallery and works created by contemporary Japanese artists, inspired by Kantor's art and his personality.
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Indian art magazine "International Gallerie" published an issue entirely dedicated to Poland, titled "Poland - resisting history". The issue contains essays on contemporary Polish art, theatre, dance, cinema, history and literature by Polish curators, crtitics and artists. Read more »about: "International Gallerie" about Poland
From February through November 2015, Culture.pl presented the largest ever Polish culture season in China. A series of exhibitions, concerts, theatre performances and film screenings was designed to give the Chinese audiences a whole new perspective on what Polish culture is about. Read more »about: Culture.pl in China 2015
The reconstruction of Warsaw in 1945 was the first attempt in history to reconstruct not only the individual monuments, but also to recreate the entire historical tissue of the city. Many years later the idea made it onto the UNESCO list of national heritage, but back in the first days of 1945 it was far from obvious. Read more »about: How Warsaw Came Close to Never Being Rebuilt