Fashion and cinema. Costumes from iconic Polish films from the collection of CeTA Wrocław

17 September – 30 December 2017
The display of film costumes from the collection of CeTA Wrocław and unique textiles and clothes by Wanda Tesławska. The exhibition will consist of three parts presenting: 1. The Visions of the Past [historical costumes from 18th century (The Manuscript found in Saragossa) to the I World War (The Doll etc.), the interwar period (Wherever you are, Mr President etc.); 2. The Heroes of Mass Imagination (Ashes and Diamonds, Four tank-men and a dog, All Friends Here, Love it or Leave it etc.); 3. The Visions of the Future (On the Silver Globe, Inquest of Pilot Pirx). The exhibition will be organized as a cooperaative project by the National Museum in Wrocław with CeTA Wrocław.



Natalia LL, 24 godziny, 1970

3 June – 6 August 2017

New horizons in new media. Polish art 1945–1981

Curator: Adam Sobota

The exhibition dedicated to the problem of new media in art (photography, film, video) and their role in Polish art in the period of 1945-1980. It presented the achievements of artists experimenting in the field of photography and related modern techniques, which played an important role in the avant-guard movement, declining to be part of academic aesthetics and going beyond popculture schemes. It’s also often connected with contesting activities such as happenings and performances. The display featured works by: Zbigniew Dłubak, Jerzy Lewczyński, Zdzisław Beksiński, Bronisław Schlabs, Zofia Rydet, Natalia LL, Andrzej Lachowicz, KwieKulik duet, Józef Robakowski, Zbigniew Waprechowski and many more.

Peter Jones, Ollie Monkey, 2007
oil on linen, 30.5× 25.5 cm
photo: ©the artist

19 February – 14 May 2017

Nature Morte
Contemporary artists reinvigorate the Still-Life tradition

The exhibition is organized as a cooperative project between the Four Domes Pavilion, a branch of the National Museum in Wrocław, and MOCA London.

The exhibition tries to find answers to the following questions: how the still-life motive evolved in art? What’s the attitude of contemporary artists towards this tradition and how it’s being interpreted by them?

Robert Rauschenberg, Summer Rental + 3, 1960
Photo: Jochen Littkemann, © bpk/Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, SMB, Sammlung Marx, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2016

23 August 2016 – 22 January 2017

Summer Rental.
The Marx Collection in Wrocław
Summer Rental.
Die Sammlung Marx zu Gast in Wrocław

Works by Warhol, Rauschenberg, Beuys, Kiefer, and other outstanding contemporary artists will be on show at the Four Domes Pavilion in Wrocław beginning 23 August.