Adam Hawałej photographed Tadeusz Różewicz for almost 30 years. He took the first photo of the poet in 1986, at the office of the Polski Theatre’s literary secretary. The last one – in 2014, during rehearsals of the “White Marriage” play in the Współczesny Theatre.
Pan Tadeusz Museum in Wrocław would like to invite you to a temporary exhibition inspired by the oeuvre of two remarkable poets, Juliusz Słowacki and Zbigniew Herbert. The exhibition is a part of the second edition of the Literary Traditions Festival.
The board exhibition about Stanisław Kulczyński, prominent botanist, one of the greatest experts on peat and also the first rector of the University of Wrocław and Wrocław University of Science and Technology in the postwar era.
The newest exhibition at the Pan Tadeusz Museum presents a close-to-life self-portrait of Tadeusz Różewicz, sketched in several films comprising the poet's statements about himself, and about the meaning – and lack thereof – of writing.
The most recent exhibition in the Ossolineum Gallery of Pan Tadeusz Museum presents the effects of a workshop cycle devoted to pinhole photography, inspired by Jadwiga Nowak-Jeziorańska, the wife of a famous “Courier from Warsaw”. The participants were children and youth from the Lower Silesia.