The catalogue Skopje. City, Architecture and Art of Solidarity
The users of the ICC Library are now invited to explore the catalogue Skopje. City, architecture, and Art of Solidarity – a companion piece to the exhibition currently on display at the ICC Gallery.
Years of Disarray. Art of the Avant-Garde in Central Europe 1908-1928
A bilingual Polish-English guide book to the exhibition Years of Disarray: Art of the Avant-Garde in Central Europe 1908-1928 is available at the ICC Library .
The catalogue is a companion piece to the exhibition Architecture of independence in Central Europe – now available at the ICC Library
Kraków in a Thousand Treasures , the result of a three-year-long research project carried out by the International Cultural Centre and commissioned by the Municipality of Kraków, is now available at the ICC Library
A valuable gift from the National Library: O koniach wschodnich i pochodzących od ras arabskich
A valuable gift from the National Library: A critical edition of one of Poland’s most precious manuscripts, O koniach wschodnich i pochodzących od ras arabskich [Concerning the Horses of the Orient and Those Originating from Oriental Breeds] by Wacław Seweryn Rzewuski
The catalogue Planty krakowskie [Planty in Krakow] – a new addition to the ICC Library “Cracoviana”
The International Cultural Centre Library has added a new item to its already impressive “Cracoviana” collection. The Library’s latest acquisition is a bilingual catalogue entitled Planty krakowskie [Planty in Krakow] by Andrzej Nowakowski. This monumental volume amounting to 450 pages presents Krakow’s most splendid city garden. The images show the Planty Gardens in all four seasons and on different times of the day.
Poles in Liepāja – a history that is known, unknown, and forgotten
The ICC Library has been presented with a unique gift by POLONIKA The National Institute of Polish Cultural Heritage Abroad, i.e. a richly illustrated and bilingual (Polish-Latvian) monograph by Marek Głuszka entitled Polacy w Lipawie - historia znana, nieznana, zapomniana / Po Į i Liep ā j ā – zināmā, nezināmā, aizmirstā vēsture [Poles in Liepāja – a history that is known, unknown, and forgotten] which was published by POLONIKA in 2018 and awarded with the Przegląd Wschodni Prize.