Der Meister und Katharina. Hans von Kulmbach und seine Werke für Krakau
Der Meister und Katharina is a study that goes beyond the scope of a standard exhibition catalogue.
It is not just a description of carefully selected works of art created 500 years ago, which are the most conspicuous amongst those produced in Krakow, the Kingdom of Poland and the whole of Europe. It is not just a description of their story, plunder and renovation.
The Other Side of Things. Polish Design after 1989
“The Other Side of Things. Polish design after 1989” is the first such an extensive exhibition of the recent history of Polish design in National Museum in Krakow. It describes the complex history of designing in the context of the postcommunist transformation and building of the free-market economy.
The Power of the Avant-Garde
FASHIONable in Communist Poland
The catalogue accompanying the exhibition FASHIONable in Communist Poland talks about the unique character of fashion in the successive post-war decades – from the end of World War II to the collapse of the communist regime in 1989.
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