This new exhibition, on display until August 31, 2015, features photographs of everyday life in Poland between 1974-1989, by photojournalist Stanisław Kulawiak (b. 1954) and an installation of images of food lines in 1970s Communist Poland by Creative Group SEM (Z. Bzdak, S. Kulawiak, J. Ochoński, A. Rzepecki, K. Wolski).
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MEDIA CONTACT: Matt Sobczak (312) 558-1770 firstname.lastname@example.org 20 Different Pieces on Display at The Polish Museum of America CHICAGO Forbidden Art, a temporary exhibit opening Sunday at The Polish Museum of America, will showcase photos of 20 rare pieces of art – created despite great personal danger – by prisoners
The Polish Museum of America (PMA) has been designated as the sole North American distributor of the new publication, The Polish Pavilion at the New York World’s Fair (1939-1940) and its Subsequent Fate/ Pawilon polski na nowojorskiej wystawie światowej (1939-1940) i jego dalsze dzieje. The book, written by Dr. Krystyna
The Polish Museum of American and the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America have joined the initiative of the Museum of Literature and Printing in Grębocin and the Świątynia Sztuki (Temple of Art) Foundation, which are the organizers of the international family event – “Kite Day.” This year’s edition, which
One of nice perks about of The Polish Museum of America being housed in the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America building is the assistance and support that comes to the PMA from the PRCUA. One long time PRCUA employee, Kathryn “Kasia” Rosypal-Romani, is retiring this year, and has been
The Executive Committee and the Board of Directors of The Polish Museum of America (PMA) are pleased to formally announce the selection of the new Managing Director, Malgorzata Kot. After an intense search and interview process, Mrs. Kot was chosen from a field of qualified candidates. Malgorzata Kot has been