Exhibition will introduce the figure of a little-known artist-wanderer of the Romanticism era and it will also raise the issue of the origins of Sudeten tourism and the timelessness of the longing for harmony of the world sought in contact with nature.
The exhibition entitled “French Military Mission in Poland. Memorabilia and Photographs from the Ossolineum’s Collections”, which can be seen in the library of the Pan Tadeusz Museum, is a selection of objects connected with the history of the Polish Army in France and Polish-French military cooperation in the first years of Poland’s regained independence, coming from various departments of the National Ossoliński Institute.
On the centenary of his birth, we present the objects he donated to the Ossoliński National Institute which were not featured in the Mission: Poland permanent exhibition – decorations, memorabilia, press cuttings, letters, lectures, as well as calendars, personal notes and other notes revealing the work of the historian, publicist and politician.
Detached conditions temporary exhibition 7 May–22 August 2021 "Detached conditions" is an artistic and educational project, whose central part is a temporary exhibition by Artistic Punks–a Polish-Ukrainian team of photographers, Julia and Fred Abramov. The exhibition tries to capture the mental state of someone going through a psychological crisis, and it will be displayed at […]
Aleksander Orłowski (1777–1832) was remarkably popular during his lifetime, while today he is almost completely forgotten. This exhibition features almost 60 drawings and is a chance to see the world as it was two centuries ago, while also being an opportunity to view a part of the Ossolineum Collections which is rarely made available to the general public.