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Stanisław Wyspiański (1869-1907) – playwright, poet, painter, graphic artist, theatre reformer, interior designer – is among the best and most versatile Polish artists. The MNK has amassed the largest collection of his works – over 1,100 items. The collection includes: paintings, decoration designs, drawings, sculptures, engravings, arts and crafts, and art books.
Floor I of the “EUROPEUM” will be furnished with works of art divided into three main categories: “Wawel – The Kings' Drama”; “Apollo – Christ”; and “Elements”. Around them was built a further story about the artist, and the following aspects of his work were brought out: modernity, nationality, and fantasy themes. A space designed to complement the exhibition with more information is planned for the lowest floor of the museum. In these rooms, you will find exhibits, book collections, as well as a computer station. There you may access information about the collections of Wyspiański’s works in Polish museums, churches, and libraries; find an elementary bibliography concerning his life and art work (digitalized literary works, articles, writings, staging works, and letters); use a library of great researchers of his works (Gustaw Puchalski and Leon Płoszewski); and watch selected TV productions, theatrical performances and exhibits of his works.
Curators: Magdalena Laskowska, Łucja Skoczeń-Rąpała, Andrzej Szczerski
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