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Exhibition view, Emulsja Fundacja Archeologia Fotografii, Warsaw 2015. Photo credit Patrycja Wojtas, courtesy of Fundacja Archeologia Fotografii

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The Archeology of Photography Foundation was founded in response to a need for protecting and bringing to light archives left behind by leading Polish photographers. The Foundation aims to make the...
Artystyczna Podróż Hestii

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The Hestia Artistic Journey Foundation was established by a notarial deed of 30 June 2014 in the Notary's Office of Anna Tarasiuk by Sopockie Towarzystwo Ubezpieczeń Ergo Hestia Spółka Akcyjna bas...
Exhibition view, Doing the Impossible Light, Fundacja Arton, Warsaw 2015. Courtesy of Fundacja Arton

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Arton Foundation shares the art works, historical documents, negatives of photographs and films in the open access online repository, contributing to the knowledge base of the Polish art scene in the ...
Exhibition view of Marek Piasecki, Miniatury, Galeria Asymetria, Warsaw 2014. Courtesy of Galeria Asymetria

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The Asymetria Gallery is the first gallery on the Polish market with an exhibition program devoted to Polish artistic and historical photography. The exhibitions focus on photographic phenomena from t...
Bródno Sculpture Park

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The Bródno Sculpture Park, inaugurated in June 2009, is intended to be a long-term project, involving artists, residents of Bródno district, city council officers and an art institution – the Muse...
Plac Defilac, Warsaw

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Brud (1970-2038) Is An Intelligent Artifice (I.A.) Raised On Art. Brud Appeared On January First Nineteen Seventy & Disappeared On January Nineteenth Twenty Thirty Eight. These Correspond To The B...
Exhibition view of Sławomira Pawszaka "Cannabis, whisky, ananas", BWA Warszawa, Warsaw 201. Courtesy of BWA Warszawa

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BWA Warszawa is a collective initiative of Justyna Kowalska (before curator of Le Guern gallery), Michał Suchora (co-founder of lokal_30 gallery), and Tomasz Plata (editor, author, lecturer at Theatr...
Dafna Maimon, The She The Same, 8th April, 2014. Sala Widowiskowa, Laboratory CCA

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Founded in 1990, the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle is a centre that attempts to evolve as a new type of cultural institution in which various fields of art coexist with each other, int...
Exhibition view of Witka Orskiego, Czułość Gallery, Warsaw 2014. Courtesy of Czułość Gallery

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Czułość was born from an impulse purely tied to friendship, it is a group of artists who explore the medium of photography and consciously limit themself to the characteristics and meanings of the ...
Exhibition view of Marcin Zarzeka, Bingo, Dawid Radziszewski Gallery, Warsaw 2015. Photo credit: Robert Głowacki, courtesy of Dawid Radziszewski Gallery

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Foksal Gallery Foundation, Warsaw. Courtesy of Foksal Gallery

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The Foundation is a non-profit making organisation set up in 1997 to address the need for international representation of an emerging generation of young Polish artists. It started life as a nomadic, ...
Installation view of Jarosław Kozłowski, Empatia 2, Fundacja Profile 2012. Courtesy of Fundacja Profile

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The Foundation's program is developed in the direction of promoting modern art, popularizing and making accessible knowledge about visual culture and its tradition as well as working on archive of XXt...
Exhibition view of Rafał Wilk, Find your way home, Galeria aTak, Warsaw 2012. Photo credit Adam Gut, courtesy of aTak Gallery

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The aTak Gallery belongs to the Polish Modern Art Foundation which finances its activities from the Krzysztof Musial fund. Its ambition is to promote contemporary Polish artists. The aTak Gallery is ...
Gallery m2, Warsaw. Courtesy of Agnieszka Kieliszczyk.

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The founder of the Gallery is an art historian and sociologist Matylda Prus. The Gallery promotes contemporary art and is focused on a group of young but already established artists. It hosts also out...
Galeria SalonAkademii, Warsaw. Courtesy of Galeria SalonAkademii

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The Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw provides art education in twenty eight different specializations and has nine faculties: Painting, Graphic Arts, Sculpture, Interior Design, Design, Conservation and...
Galeria XX1

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XX1 Gallery is housed in the former studio of sculptor Xawery Dunikowskiego, who died in 1964. Since 1968, there existed Sculpture Gallery. At a time when the gallery led Ewa Golik, prevailed here the...
Kasia Michalski Gallery

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The Kasia Michalski Gallery is a project-based exhibition space, focused on international and Polish contemporary art by emerging and mid-career artists. Distancing itself from artist representatio...
Kem, Warsaw

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Kem is an artist-run project space for choreographic and performative practices. Kem will host a programme engaged in researching embodiment, affect, new subjectivities and their stagings. Kem was se...
Exhibition view of Noriyo Yoshida, Unfunctional comfort, Kohana Gallery, Warsaw 2015. Courtesy of Kohana Gallery

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The foundation preserves and curates the work of avant-garde artists which were active in the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s, as well as promotes artists from the geometric school. In its collection the Fo...
Królikarnia, Warsaw. Courtesy of Królikarnia

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The name Królikarnia dates back to the 17th century, when the park was set up as a zoo, to hunt for rabbits – a fashionable custom of the time. The Palace was designed by Domenico Merlini and b...
Exhibition view of Simone Ruess, Memory of Space, Le Guern Gallery, Warsaw 2016. Photo credit Piotr Bekas, courtesy of Le Guern Gallery

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Le Guern has a tip-top location not far from the Palace of Culture and Science. The Gallery's program is mostly focusing on the emerging generation, both from the Polish and from the international art...
Leto Gallery, Warsaw. Photo credit: Bartosz Gorka, courtesy of Leto Gallery

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Since its opening, Leto Gallery has presented over 45 group and solo exhi­bi­tions. Gallery program is international and interdisciplinary. It consist of variety of events, exhibitions, live acts a...
Exhibition view of Justyna Górowska, The girl who married a volcano, Lokal_30 Gallery, Warsaw 2015. Courtesy of Lokal_30 Gallery

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Initially lokal_30 was operating in a small, centrally located apartment. It was located in a place immersed in history – in a former studio of an artist Zuzanna Janin inside a pre-war tenement in F...
Exhibition view, Monopol Gallery, Warsaw. Photo credit Leszek Fidusiewicz, courtesy of Monopol Gallery

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MSN - Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. Photo credit: Maciej Jeżyk, courtesy of MSN - Museum of Modern Art

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The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw - was meant to rise in a couple of years on Defilad Square in front of the Palace of Culture, designed by the Swiss architect Christian Kerez. Instead it moves to th...
National Museum, Warsaw. Courtesy of National Museum

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The National Museum in Warsaw, popularly abbreviated as MNW, is one of the largest museums in Poland and the largest in the capital. After Poland regained its independence in 1918, the National Museum...
Piękna Gallery, Warsaw. Courtesy of Piękna Gallery

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Piekna Gallery is a new auction house and a gallery based in the city centre of Warsaw. With a team of art lovers, experts, art historians and artists, Piekna gallery aims to promote and support y...
Exhibition view of Cezary Poniatowski, No Center No Edges, Piktogram BLA, Warsaw 2016. Photo credit Bartosz Górka; courtesy of Piktogram BLA

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Exhibition view of Wiktora Gutta, Pola Magnetyczne, Warsaw 2013. Courtesy of Pola Magnetyczne

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Pola Magnetyczne is a gallery which strives to promote Polish artists. The venue is both a gallery space and the owners’ home. The owners are a couple of art historians-curators and are focused on t...
Profile Foundation

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Foundation Profile was established in 2008 and it deals with exhibitions, publications, exploration and education. The Foundation's program is developed in the direction of promoting modern art, maki...
Program Gallery

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Galeria Program was founded in collaboration with the Foundation for Promoting Contemporary Art and serves as its exhibition space. With goals like supporting culturally relevant projects and initiati...
Exhibition view, Propaganda Gallery, Warsaw. Courtesy of Propaganda Gallery

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Propaganda Gallery, based in Warsaw, is dedicated to the promotion of Polish and Israeli art and their integration to the intenatonal art context.  In 2010 the Gallery moved to a new location at Fok...
Raster Gallery, Warsaw. Courtesy of Raster Gallery

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Raster Gallery is among the pioneers and leaders of the Central European contemporary art market, and one of the world's most recognizable galleries from Poland. For over ten years the gallery has ...
Spectra Art Space

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Spectra Art Space is a new experimental space dedicated to the contemporary art, founded by Starak Family Foundation at the Spectra building at Bobrowiecka 6 Street in Warsaw. Following the example of...
Starak Family Foundation

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The Starak Family Foundation inaugurated its activity in December 2008. The Foundation’s main aim is to support and promote young gifted people, and create optimal conditions for their growth to ass...
Exhibition view of Michal Smandek, Drawings, Starter Gallery, Warsaw 2016. Courtesy of Starter Gallery

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Starter Gallery was set up in Poznan (Western Poland), where since May 2007 it operated as an artists’- and curators’-run space. For over three years of its activity there, it held over 50 shows w...
Exhibition view, Jakub Czyszczoń, Is the room full of smoke?, Stereo Gallery 2016. Courtesy of Stereo Gallery

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The underlying objective of Stereo Gallery is close cooperation with artists and curatorial care of their work. At the same time, hosting artists from outside Poland and the development of an interna...
POLIN - The Museum of the History of Polish Jews, Warsaw. Courtesy of POLIN

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The Museum of the History of Polish Jews currently functions as a cultural and educational center with a rich cultural program, including temporary exhibitions, films, debates, workshops, performances...
Exhibition view of Germes Gang, Contemporary Landscapes, V9 Gallery, Warsaw 2015. Courtesy of V9 Gallery

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V9 is a place created by Vlepvnet collecive to celebrate urban art, street art and related phenomena. V9 presents exhibitions, conducts workshops and discussions, and provides artists with space and t...
XS, Warsaw. Courtesy of XS

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Zachęta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw. Courtesy of Zachęta National Gallery of Art

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Zachęta National Gallery of Art is an institution whose mission is to popularise contemporary art as an important element of socio-cultural life. A place where the most interesting phenomena of 20th ...
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