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Polish Interwar Art
January 30, 2008   
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The National Museum in Warsaw is staging the first overview of Polish art between 1918 and 1939. The exhibition traces the main trends in Polish art between the wars together with their historical and social context. The exhibition is structured around key themes such as the city, the machine, the avant-garde, sports and film.

They lead the visitor through the exhibition's 12 sections, arranged in chronological order. Pictures and sculptures dominate the exhibition, but you will also find decorative works, furniture, pottery and glassworks in art deco style. In an adjacent room, visitors will be able to see interwar avant-garde cinema and feature films.

The exhibition has more than 300 works borrowed from over 20 museums as well as private collectors. Many works are being presented to the public for the first time.

The exhibition is open until March 30.


National Museum, 3 Jerozolimskie Ave., Warsaw, tel. 0-22 629-30-93, e-mail: muzeum@mnw.art.pl
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