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Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Polish business to spend more on digital transformation

Polish companies plan to significantly increase expenditure on new technologies. More than half of large and medium-sized enterprises in the financial, commercial, logistics and...

The Future of Biogas and Biomethane in Poland’s Energy Transition

Welcome to another episode of Poland Weekly! Today, we're exploring a pivotal topic for our future: the energy transition. This challenge is essential for...

Migration in Poland: Economic Impact vs. Public Perception

The actual scale of migration and its impact on the economy can often be quite different from how citizens perceive these phenomena. In 2024, approximately...

Jazz in the Old Town

The Old Town square in Warsaw once again became the concert heart of the capital. The jubilee 30th edition of the Jazz in the...

Surrealism outdoor

This year’s edition of the outdoor cinema at the National Museum in Warsaw is a journey through the film surrealism featuring works of various...

Unreal, yet Recognizable World

The new temporary exhibition at the National Ethnographic Museum in Warsaw is a journey through the paintings of Magdalena Shummer – an outstanding creator from the circle of non-professional art. “I am in enormous awe of nature, animals, flowers, and especially trees. Emotionally, I identify with their fate. I started painting when I was 30 years old. I am a self-taught artist. I paint oil paintings and create cutouts. I use sheet metal that I cut into various shapes. Then, I prime them and paint them with oil paints.” This monographic exhibition consists of over 130 works illustrating, among others, human relations with nature. Cats, dogs, cows, parrots, crocodiles, jaguars, elephants, bats… The fantastic, multicolored world of the artist’s imagination is also filled with mythical stories, including angels and demons, scenes from paradise and Noah’s Ark. The exhibition is also available in English and Ukrainian, and the narrative of the exhibition, selected objects and a film interview with the artist – in Polish Sign Language and with audio-description. “Unreal, yet Recognizable World” is open until December 31.

Wiktoria Sawicka-Djassi
Wiktoria Sawicka-Djassi
Freelance author, journalist and editor with over ten years of experience in public relations and communication for both domestic and international lifestyle brands. People and community enthusiast. Culture lover with a weak spot for literature. Traveler passionate about social diversity and mutual impact of people and their values.
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