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Don't Dream about Love, Kuryluk is a retrospective exhibition of paintings by Ewa Kuryluk, a painter, installation artist, art historian and writer. The show features over 50 paintings from the collections of the National Museum in Krakow, the National Museum in Warsaw, the National Museum in Wrocław and Museum of Art in Łódź, as well as important works from the artist's own collection to be presented in Poland for the first time.
An exhibition of paintings by Henryk Siemiradzki from the collection of the Lviv National Art Gallery named after B. G. Voznytskyi
Evolution (Latin evolutio – unfolding, unrolling) refers to a slow, irreversible and directional process of development leading to greater diversity, complexity and perfection. This phenomenon can be observed not only in the world of live creatures. Collections (Latin colligere – gather into a whole), in particular museum collections, undergo a similar process. It is because unlike private collection they are characterised by the irreversibility and unidirectionality of the movement of objects making them up.
In 2016, we are we are commemorating two round anniversaries of the deaths of the founders of the Emeryk Hutten-Czapski Museum: 120 years have passed since the death, in Krakow, of Count Emeryk Hutten-Czapski (1828-1896), an outstanding collector and owner of the greatest collection of Polish coins and medals and the initiator of the Counts Czapski museum, and 100 years have passed since the death, in Mink, Belarus, of his wife Elżbieta Hutten-Czapska née Baroness Meyendorff (1833―1916), the real founder of the Emeryk Hutten-Czapski Museum and the one who donated it to the City of Krakow. These anniversaries provide an opportunity to recall some less known facts from the last years of their lives and show the private side of this unique couple.
The exhibition titled "Long Live Art! Feliks Jasieński's Collection. From Japan to Europe. Beautiful and Useful Objects", displayed in the Szołayski House, features a wide selection of exhibits from the priceless collection of Feliks "Manggha" Jasieński. We present the person of the prominent Krakow collector, patriot, art patron and a friend of the artists – masters from the Young Poland movement. Not only can the visitors admire paintings, sculptures and prints, but they can also see ceramics, textiles, furniture and militaria from that period.
On 1 February 2013, the first anniversary of the death of Wisława Szymborska, the exhibition
Szymborska’s Drawer opened at Szołayski House, a Department of the National Museum in Krakow (pl. Szczepanski 9).
The Gallery of Polish Painting in the Presidential Palace, prepared by the National Museum in Krakow and opened on 9 January 2015 by the President of the Republic of Poland and the First Lady, presents the works of over twenty most prominent Polish painters such as Józef Chełmoński, Aleksander Gierymski, Stanisław Witkiewicz, Józef Czapski and Stanisław Wyspiański.