The Gallery of Polish Design


The Gallery of Polish Design showcases the most important pieces of Polish design from the early 20th century up to the present day. This new permanent gallery of the National Museum in Warsaw shows the numerous approaches to design prevalent throughout the various decades and artistic circles – from the Zakopane milieu, Krakow Workshops, “Ład” Artists’ Cooperative and modernists in the “Praesens” group, through the post-war reconstruction period, Social Realism, the Polish thaw and post-1956 modernism – when Polish applied arts developed with the greatest dynamism – to the finest examples of contemporary design. Among the presented works, we can also find works of famous avant-garde painter and designer from Łódź - Władysław Strzemiński.


Time and place:
Date Friday, December 15, 2017 (permanent display)
Location, National Museum in Warsaw, Poland