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#5 Zdzislaw Beksinski Exhibit at Polish Museum of America

That Chicagoland boasts the largest population of Polish people outside of Warsaw, Poland, is common knowledge. So, in The Windy City, there’s an appreciation for Polish people, their history, their culture. Few organizations showcase and celebrate that to depths that Polish Museum of America does, but in its new exhibit, “Zdzislaw Beksinski: A Tale Told by Shadows,” it presents a must-see endeavor. Beksinski (1929–2005) was known for his nonconformity and the freedom in which he shaped and distorted reality in his painting. [Read More]

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