Exhibition archive (all years)

Ukraine. A different angle on neighbourhood

17.09.2021 - 16.01.2022
Ukraine has been independent for thirty years. It is also close to us, bold, multi-faceted and surprising. Equally so is the exhibition Ukraine. A different angle on neighbourhood, organised at the International Cultural Centre. Works that say so much about our closest neighbour have never been presented to the Polish audience before. This different angle on neighbourhood, where mutual perceptions of each other come into play, brings the two countries even closer together.
Exhibition poster

More than Bauhaus. German photography between the wars and Polish parallels

08.05.2021 - 01.08.2021

The turbulent years of the Weimar Republic and the photographic medium on the brink of its global expansion are showcased at the exhibition More than Bauhaus. German photography between the wars and Polish parallels with which the International Cultural Centre is celebrating its 30th anniversary.

The poster for the exhibition shows a sketch of the interior of Cafe As

Café "As". The Survival of Simon Wiesenthal.

02.02.2021 - 19.03.2021
Simon Wiesenthal is presently known as a man who dedicated his life to the effort of giving justice to the victims of the Holocaust. However, he was also an architect, which is a fact much less commonly known. Café "As". The Survival of Simon Wiesenthal. is an exhibition that works as an exceptional testimony of the triumph of endurance, friendship, and humanity even in the bleakest conditions.
The exhibition poster shows two capital letters J and R

Printmaking as a Pair. Jadwiga Kaim-Otręba and Ryszard Otręba

02.02.2021 - 19.03.2021

We are used to looking at artists through the lens of their individuality. Yet great works come to life in a broader context – they are the result of cooperation, inspiration, interaction and, above all, emotion. The International Cultural Centre showed the exhibition Printmaking as a Pair. Jadwiga Kaim-Otręba and Ryszard Otręba, presenting a selection of works by outstanding artists, who have been married for more than half a century and who share their love of printmaking.

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