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  Project Metropolis  [27 february  -  19 april 2015]
The largest yet exhibition of contemporary art to set out to create an up-to-date image of Upper Silesia and the Dąbrowa Basin. The exhibition is the corollary of a three-year project involving an international discourse of visual and sound artists as well as theoreticians who treat visual arts as a tool of cognition rather than one that implements a pre-conceived thesis or idea. >>>

Through the eyes of Silesian photographers - 2nd edition  [9.10.2014-11.01.2015]

This exhibition, devoted to Polish nature, focuses on the area of the Silesian province, represents recent work in the outdoors done by the members of the Silesian branch of the Polish Nature Photographers’s Union.>>>

The existence of non-existence.  Painting of Władysław Wałęga   [17.10.2014-11.01.2015]

Władysław Wałęga comes from Cracow. His mysterious surreal images, full of eyes staring into space and interpenetrating silhouettes, intrigue audiences in Poland and around the world. It is difficult to classify this type of art - the safest is to define it as outsider art, as Wałęga has been an outsider, not only in art but also in life. >>>

"The strength of the document". Stanisław Jakubowski’s photographs   [25.09.2014-1.02.2015]

The exhibition presents the works of Stanisław Jakubowski - one of the best reporters in Silesia, the first Polish winner of the Gold Medal at the World Press Photo Contest in the category of photo stories in The Hague in 1970, and the winner of national and international press photo contests. >>>

"And when the war started..." Upper Silesians in the Great War 1914-1918 [18.09.2014-22.02.2015]
At the exhibition, which shows the dramatic stories of individual people against the background of all-European events, you can see the personal mementoes of soldiers, authentic weapons of the period, propaganda materials, everyday objects such as a bathing tub for officers and numerous photographs showing the realities of fighting on the front and soldiers’ everyday life, many of which come from private collections never published before.>>>
Stanisław Mazuś. With a palette through life   [ 08.08-28.09.2014]
Monographic exhibition organized as part of the fiftieth anniversary of Stanisław Mazuś’s creative activity. Fifty oil paintings is an illustration of what fascinates the author - portrait, landscape, still life.>>>
Luciński’s little men or the story of man   [17 May -28 August]
Władysław Luciński is called a painter of little men. The artist from Ruda Śląska creates characteristic paintings whose reality is composed by means of small human figures, reduced to a simple graphic sign. This formal element, which is a component of Luciński’s painting skills, determines all his work. >>>

Dolls, teddies, horses ... Children's playmates [30 April -31 August 2014] Presentation of toys from the collection of the Silesian Museum, the collections of other museums and private collectors. We will see the simplest toys made in the courtyards or in the pastures, folk toys made with the help of peasant children, toys made by parents or grandparents, by craftsmen, and finally factory toys produced by renowned foreign and domestic manufacturers. >>>

The Silesian Thing 2013   [1-31 August]
For the ninth time the Cieszyn Castle held  “The Silesian Thing" competition, in search for Silesian aces - companies, designers, public institutions and non-governmental organizations who know that it is worth promoting innovation and usability. The Castle found those who, through collaboration with designers, create new quality of products and service.

Love and Medicine. Anthology   [10 May -29 July]
Photo by Patrycja Orzechowska, Central Mines Rescue Station in Bytom
Bellmer’s surreal vision of corporeality and sexuality has become a starting point to the project about diverse marking of the body. The axis of the concept is a map of the border spaces between the discourses of love and medicine. Silesia uncovers its bodies reluctantly, only on special occasions. >>>

War from the front and from the back. Silesians in 1914-1918   [14 February – 29 June 2014]

The exhibition, organized as part of the international project entitled Traces of 1914 presents the World War I "from the front and from the back”. The central figures of the exhibition are Silesians from different social backgrounds, who declare different national identity. >>>

WAVES. Subjective history of Polish street art   [17.05 - 07.27.2014]
The exhibition sums up more than twenty years of street art in Poland. It presents the complexity and processual nature of street art from a historical and problematic perspective, organizing knowledge gathered so far and filling its gaps. >>>
Vivat Insita. On the verge of illusion – Regina Jędrzejkowska’s painting    [11 October 2013 - 31 January 2014]
Regina Jędrzejkowska comes from an old, wealthy family. She was born in the region of Vilnius. Her father was an officer of Polish Legions commanded by Piłsudski, while during World War II he was an AK (Home Army) staff officer.>>>
Uncovering the secrets of the Mayans. Polish excavations in Guatemala. Exhibition of photographs by Robert Słaboński [30 January  - 27 April 2014]
The Maya is one of the most fascinating cultures of the ancient world. Since 2006, a Polish team led by dr Jarosław Źrałka and Wieslaw  Koszkul, MA,  of the Institute of Archaeology of the Jagiellonian University in Cracow,  have occupied themselves with unravelling this mysterious civilization. >>>
Waldemar Świerzy. The Silesian Museum pays tribute to the master of the poster    [13 December 2013 - 16 February 2014 ]
The exhibition presents 100 posters selected from a collection of 250 that are present in the Silesian Museum, they come from different periods of work of this graphic designer, illustrator and teacher. The artist, born in Katowice, in 2011 celebrated here his 80th birthday.>>>
Archeological Motorway   [25 September – 7 January] 
Archeological excavations preceding the construction of motorways are the largest in the history of Polish archeological endeavour. The excavations, conducted on an unprecedented scale have provided a great number of new sources allowing us to learn more about the history of the lands comprising the contemporary Poland.>>>
Michał Cała. The Metropolis  [5 September – 7 January]
The exhibition is a presentation of Michał Cała’s new photography project entitled „The Metropolis”, put into effect in chosen cities in Upper Silesia and Zagłębie in the years 2004-2012. Almost 100 colour photographs depict the oldest architectural and urban sections of these cities, as they transform the fastest. >>>
In Master Ewald’s Studio    [18 May – 5 September 2013]
The exhibition is to remind about one of the most interesting Silesian non-professional artists – Ewald Gawlik. The pretext for the narration in the exhibition will be his paintng “Studio” which portrays, among others, an easel with an unfinished painting and empty canvasses. >>>
Silesia Thing 2012    [2 August – 1 September]
The eighth edition of the „Śląska Rzecz” competition is organized by Zamek Cieszyn regional design centre with the support of the „Design Silesia” project. Each yearly edition of the competition is another chapter in the history of good design in the region, promoting Silesian designers and companies which treat design as a priority.>>>
Let’s Find Our Place in History    [18 May to 18 August]
The exhibition presents, for the first time, the results a social campaign for creating the permanent exhibition devoted to the history of Upper Silesia in the new abode of the Silesian Museum. Even during the first edition of the campaign, the collection of donations enjoyed significant interest both among the inhabitants of the surrounding cities and persons coming from out of the region.>>>

Tracing Kanun. Albanian Culture in the Multiethnic Kosovo  [26 April – 7 July 2013]

The exhibition is devoted to the issue of the multiethnicity of Kosovo and the contemporary transformations in the identity of its inhabitants, especially in the formation of a new sense of national consciousness based on Albanian culture>>>

Latvian art    [22 February – 28 April 2013]
Color and expression, but also intimacy, are the features characterizing works by contemporary Latvian artists. By the diversity of their artistic pursuits, the artists convey the richness of their tradition and the identity of their nation. They also overcome the stereotype of a totalitarian artist who creates only what is desired by the State. >>>

Between – the Oneiric World of Władysława Iwańska   [15 March – 5 May 2013]
The exhibition presents the output of Władysława Iwańska from Nowy Sącz. Her small guaches portray fantastic little towns, villages at the end of the world, places between the dream and awakening. A unique value of these representations is their climate, achieved primarily through mellow, subdued colour and fluid linear forms.>>>

Destined for heaven, destined for hell. Vision of the Last Judgment in non professional art  [8 February – 14 April 2013]
The end of the world is a theme constantly exciting imagination. Most often, it generates anxiety, as it amounts to the awe-inspiring judgment of this world and its inhabitants. Breakthrough moments in history are often accompanied by increased interest in this theme, enhanced by various prophecies of its imminence.>>>>
Contestations. Stanisław Żywolewski's painting   [26 October -3 March]
The exhibition presents Stanisław Żywolewski's painting from Hajnówka. In his paintings kept in the convenition of a morality play the author contests the reality and interprets historical events. The artist frequently presented his output in museums and galleries, he also received many rewards. His works are to be found in the collections of many Polish museums, including the Silesian Museum in Katowice. >>>
In the Footsteps of Romans in Poland [17th October 2012 – 15th January 2013]
„Almost 600 miles from Karnuntum in Pannoni there is a newly discovered German shore from which they bring amber” – this is how Pliny the Elder begins his story about a journey of a Roman equite to the Baltic shore during the reign of Nero in 60 A.D., undertaken in search of amber, then known as succinit.  >>>
Radio Katowice Jubilee Exhibition   [07.12-20.01.2012]
The exhibition is to mark the 85th anniversary of the establisment of Polish Radio Katowice, which broadcasted for the first time on the 4th December 1927. The station quickly became a significant element of cultural life, not only in the region or nationwide - thanks to the excellent linguistic skills of its first director Stefan Tymieniecki it also gained faithful listeners worldwide. >>>
Magician. Erwin Sówka retrospectively  [5th October - 2nd December]
The exhibition is the continuation of the activity of the Silesian Museum aiming at the creation and constant enrichment of its collection of amateur art - the phenomenon known since the end of the 19th century, frequently described and documented. The Museum collection strives to illustrate the originality and the specific character of the Silesian non-professional art. One of the main representatives of this art is Erwin Sówka. >>>
Necessary complement. Silesian female photographers [September 13 2012 – November 11 2012]
The exhibition presents works by ten female photographers who are connected with the Silesian Region through their life, artistic work or just mere inspiration. Together we will ask a question about identity and its development, based on the existing values (like the place of birth or upbringing in a particular community or with a given system of values) and everything which is added afterwards through life experience. >>>
Vivat Insita. Adam Nidzgorski – Staring   [20 July– 21October]
Adam Nidzgorski was born in 1933 near Paris. After the Second World War he came to Poland to study at the Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw. He is a well-known precursor of judo in Poland. In 1956 Niezgórski returned to France and then settled in Tunis, where he started to work at the Higher School of Physical Education. He started painting in 1963 and as early as in 1956 his works were presented at an exhibition held at the Art Gallery in Tunis. >>>
Art of women– women in art. Silesian female artists 1880-2000   [June 22 – September 16]
The exhibition is devoted to the subject of "female art", so far almost unexplored with respect to Silesia, and its development in the historical and social context of our region since the second half of the nineteenth century to the present times. It is the second exhibition in Poland with such a wide scope, presenting art created by women as distinct from the "male" art.>>>
The Silesian Thing 2011. Post-competition exhibition of contemporary design   [August 3 2012 – September 2 2012]
The exhibition will present the winning projects of the 7th edition of the only regional design competition organized in Poland – ''The Silesian Thing'', promoting local designers and companies that base their own development on design. >>>
Slovak art 1980-2010. Freedom of artistic expression   [May 11 2012 – July 22 2012]
The exhibition of contemporary Slovak art was organized at the Silesian Museum in Katowice as part of its temporary exhibitions. The idea of the exhibition was inspired by the Museum's own collection of pieces of Slovak art, represented mainly by graphics, artistic glass, and in smaller number by sculpture. All exhibits date back to the 80s of the last century, the period when the Slovak art was gradually emerging from under the shadow and burden of history, that imposed its ideological objectives, forcing the art to function on an unofficial basis.>>>
Colleagues from the platz. Parallel life stories of Upper Silesians   [3 February 2012 – 10 June 2012]
Using the examples of life stories of ordinary inhabitants of Upper Silesia, the complexity of their personal histories will be shown. How varied were the choices that people living next to one another made in the period of uprisings and the plebiscite, what choices history made for them then and during WW II... >>>

Places that don't exist any more   [May 13 – July 10]
This exhibition presents images of places that have vanished from the Silesian landscape, whether as a result of the Second World War (e.g. synagogue in Katowice) or urbanization and restructuring in the post-war period (non-existing mills and mines or working-class housing estates). Places depicted by Silesian amateur artists will be provided with information on their history.>>>

Treasure of Glogow [April 6 – June 10]
The exhibition presents silver coins discovered in October 1987 during earthworks carried out on  allotment sites. The treasure contains over 20 thousand silver coins, several silver discs (blanks), seven bars of silver and one silver nugget. However it is estimated that a few thousand coins had been stolen before the arrival of the archaeologists from the Museum of Archeology and History in Glogow. The stolen coins were put up for auctions in Warsaw, Gdansk, Munich or Cologne. >>>

Łódź Kaliska in Katowice   [7 March–29 April]

It is a presentation of the activities of the avant-garde artistic group called "Łódź Kaliska". A show presenting their latest project entitled "Stefan and mayonnaise" (2010), whose concept is based on two symbols of Kielce originating from two completely divergent fields - writer Stefan Żeromski and the Kielecki brand of mayonnaise. >>>

Candeza. Painting of Krzysztof Okoń  [10 February – 22 April]
The exhibition presents glass painting of Cracow-based Krzysztof Okoń, known both in Poland and abroad, repeatedly referred to in specialist literature - among others, by Aleksander Jackowski. Krzysztof Okoń was born in Warsaw, spent his childhood in Zakopane, and has been living for more than 30 years in Cracow. He is a professional musician - cellist, graduate of the Music Academy in Cracow and Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome.>>>
New at the museum  [27 January - 25 March]
This exhibition will present acquisitions of the Silesian Museum purchased or donated between 2009 and 2011. In addition to further collection expansion and enrichment, first works of artists whose pieces had not been yet the property of the Museum were added to the Museum resources. >>>
  A paradise not lost or all about gardens   [19 December 2011 until 26 February 2012]
The exhibition illustrates the role of gardens in European culture from the aesthetic and philosophical perspective - starting from the images of the garden of Eden to gardens as special places to the explanation of the symbolic meaning of the garden and its elements. At the same time, the exhibition aims to familiarise the visitors with the phenomenon of Silesian and Polish non-professional visual arts, a characteristic but complex component of egalitarian culture encompassing, among others, naive art, intuitive art and outsider art.>>>
A detail of importance. Drawings of Marian Gongor   [19 October 2011 until 29 January 2012]
Marian Gongor is a retired mining rescuer, born and domiciled in Ruda Śląska. He has been a fan of drawing since primary school. Although his father was an amateur painter, Marian has preferred to express himself by drawing lines, and he has never been attracted by painting.>>>
The beauty of Touch   [15 October until 8 January  2012]
The exhibition will present copies of the most famous sculptures of the Antiquity, the classical Greek period and of the Renaissance tradition that form a universal discourse concerning European art. A separate sequence is formed by architectural models and volumetric models that make up a crash course in the history of literature.>>>
Structure and architecture. Post-industrial heritage of Upper Silesia   [28 September  – 30 November]
The exhibitions will present the fruit of the joint German-Polish photographic project: about 60 large format colour photographs picturing the modern face and functions of postindustrial heritage in Upper Silesia seen from the perspective of two young German photographers, Anke Illing and Thomas Vossbeck.>>>
Vivat Insita. Maria Wnęk   [15.07 - 2.11.2011]  
Maria Wnęk was the most prominent representative of Polish art brut (outsider art). Her works are to be found both in the famous  Collection de l’Art Brut in Lausanne and in the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore as well as the Art & Marges Museum  in Brussels. Yet, few Polish museums may boast having the artist's works in their collections.>>>
Silesian sacrum   [16.06 - 2.10.2011]
The exhibition has been developed in collaboration with the Silesian Museum in Opava as one of cultural events accompanying Polish Presidency in the European Union. The exhibition is designed to recall the greatness and significance of religious art in Silesia in the Gothic period and it reflects the diversity of cultural influences that had modelled it, including political, social and confessional ones.>>>
Silesian Thing 2010 - post-contest exhibition of contemporary design   [2 – 25 September 2011] "The Silesian Thing" exhibition gives us an opportunity to appreciate those companies and organisations who, through cooperation with designers, lend a new quality to Silesian products. And that is how they set an image of Silesia as an innovation-oriented region. The exhibition shows clearly that contemporary design falls between art and entrepreneurship, it teaches us how to perceive design and its significance for business.>>>
In a foreign land. The Allies in Silesia at the time of the plebiscite     [09.06.2011 – 28.08.2011]
This exhibition will present a part of Upper Silesian history that is relatively rarely highlighted, that is, the presence of international arbitration troops (French, British and Italian) in the plebiscite area in the years 1920-1922. We will be shown the role of foreign armies in the process of monitoring the plebiscite and their attitude towards the Second and Third Silesian Uprising.>>>
  Black on black [14 May - 30 June]
The exhibition presents graphic art depicting the Silesian landscape, the inside of a coal mine and miners' legends as well as sculptures in coal, so characteristic of non-professional art in Silesia. These monochromatic pieces of graphic art are compared by analogy to black-and-white photographs show that Silesia has never been "black", that it holds a whole range of colours inside, that its history and tradition proves how rich and vivid its culture has been.>>>
Daily life in the Silesian province in the years 1922-1939   [18 March - 22 May 2011]
This is an exposition that offers a close-up on some elements of daily life of inhabitants of the interwar Silesian voivodeship with all its richness and diversity. The authors of the exhibition have resolved to leave behind the then important political issues, which, not unlike today, were not the focal point of daily life of people looking after their own business.>>>
Mikołów Impressions [5 April– 29 May]
The exhibition presents more than 90 paintings, pieces of graphic art, drawings and sculptures, the fruits of the Mikołów open airs called "the Mikołów impressions". The unique character of the event and the significant place it occupies among similar events in Poland may be attributed to its participants and originators: consecutive mayors of the town, Gerard Piszczek - the manager, as well as its curators: Stanisław Mazuś, Renata Bonczar and Franciszek Maśluszczak.>>>
 Photographs by A. Gola. Borderline states  [ 15 April – 29 May]
The exhibition presents works of Arkadiusz Gola, recipient of numerous awards won in contests such as The Polish Press Photography Competition, the PRESS PHOTO BZ WKB competition, the International Triennial of Architecture and the Grand Press Photo competition. He is a press photographer who has been working for "Polska Dziennik Zachodni" in Katowice. >>>
Sacrum vel profanum.Sculptures by Krzysztof Grodzicki   [17 February-3o April  2011]
Krzysztof Grodzicki lives in Łuków in the Lublin voivodeship. He has spent most of his professional life working at railway. As a result of Polish transformations, he lost his job and returned to his home farm. He has liked to draw since his childhood, but he took up sculpture as late as in 1998 persuaded by a friend. Sculpture consumed his time to the extent that he put his arable land out to lease and devoted himself fully to art. >>>
  Contemporary italian graphic art. Cremona for Katowice   [11 February - 10 April, 2011]
This exhibition presents works of contemporary Italian graphic artists, the heirs to the unique cultural heritage and the history of graphic art that dates back almost as far as the history of the country itself. The concept of the exhibition is to view contemporary Italian graphic art over a time span: the oldest presented work was completed in the 1950s, the newest - as recently as two years ago.>>>
Landscapes of Chopin's Europe  [15 December, 2010 – 27 February, 2011]
The exhibition – held as a part of the celebration of the Chopin Year 2010 – presents landscape painting of the Romantic era. The expo attempts to explain the genius of Fryderyk Chopin and his masterly lyrical art claiming affinity with the notions of Classicism and Romanticism.>>>
  Pilgrimage Trails  of Silesians. From Mount St. Ann to Santiago de Compostela.
[9 December, 2010-27 February, 2011]
The exhibition will present the pilgrimage destinations that have been chosen by Silesians, including the largest sanctuaries such as Jerusalem, Rome, Santiago de Compostela, Cęstochowa, Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, Mount St. Ann, Piekary Sląskie as well as local shrines.>>>
A little bit. Waldemar Pieczko's tale of places  [16 October, 2010 – 31 January, 2011]
Waldemar Pieczko is, above all, the eulogist of the place where he was born. His most frequent topics include pictures of his native Zabrze and Gliwice or Ruda Śląska. The charming depictions of historical tenement houses and details of workmen's neighbourhoods drawn in the convention of naive realism assume an entirely new character in Pieczko's interpretation.>>
 Treasures of the Middle Ages   [15 October, 2010 – 30 January, 2011]
This unique exhibition of early medieval and medieval jewellery has been prepared by the State Archaeological Museum in Warsaw. The visitors will be enchanted by the form and artistic quality of the exhibited  jewellery - made of gold, silver, bronze, copper, glass and semi-precious stones.>>>
Painted with music [6 October-28 November]
This exhibition – organized as a part of the celebration of the Chopin Year 2010 – presents Polish contemporary art inspired by the era and music of Chopin. The exhibition encompasses the selection of paintings by the late artist Jerzy Duda-Gracz that are known as the Chopin collection.>>>
Eros a’la naïf   [15.09-21.11.2010]
While talking about erotica it is difficult to avoid banality. Contemporary media, film, street or even art are full of it. Sexual innuendoes can be found in most unexpected situations – from advertisements of ceramic tiles to political speeches. >>>

Simon Yotsuya and friends or Bellmer in Japan  [2-31 October]
The Simon Yotsuya exhibition in Silesia is simultaneously exceptional and symbolic. The artist, on his part, treats it as a kind of pilgrimage to the city of his master.>>>

Silesian Icon 2009 [5 August – 5 September 2010]
The post-competition exhibition ‘Silesian Icon 2009’ features products and graphic designs awarded at the competition organized by The Silesian Castle of Art and Enterprise in Cieszyn. This is the fifth edition of the competition promoting Silesian designers and companies specializing in design. >>>

Arsenal 1955. Breakthrough, Episode, Continuation   [ 22 July - 26 September]
Exhibition is organized to celebrate the 55th Anniversary of this outstanding event and is an attempt to answer the question; what role it played in the history of Polish art as well in the choice of the individual paths by selected artists. >>>
Vivat Insita. Ideal World by Paweł Garncorz [8 July – 3 October 2010r]
Paweł Garncorz was born and lives in Katowice. For many years he has been taking part in classes organized by the ‘Unikat” Workshop of Creative Activities. The works of Paweł Garncorz are distinguished by their ability to penetrate the real world. >>>
Andy Warhol. 3x Mao  [28 May – 30 August 2010]
This unique exhibition presents serigraphs by Andy Warhol. The graphic works on display depict the Chinese communist leader Mao Tse-Tung in different colour variations. >>>
Silesian ABC by Paweł Wróbel  [15 May – 31 June 2010]
Paweł Wróbel  (1913-1984), born in Szopienice, was one of the most popular Silesian non-professional artists as well as an active member of the ‘Janów’ Group. >>>
Exhibition of photography. Ryszard Czernow. ‘Digressions’ [ 13May to 18 July]
As part of the museum ‘s exhibition called ‘Silesian Masters of Photography’ we would like to invite you to the display of 47 original photographs from the 1980s. >>>
What a Wedding It Was…’   [29 April – 4 July 2010] 
The exhibition will feature wedding customs and ceremonies typical of rural and city culture in Upper-Silesia during the 19th and 20th century. >>>
Silesian victims of Katyń [9 April – 6 May 2010]
This year will mark the 70th  Anniversary of  the  Katyń massacre – mass execution of Polish officers by the Soviets, kept  in the camps in Kozielsk, Starobielsk, Ostaszkowo and other prisons.>>>

I was here. Lyrical record of Silesia in paintings of Edeltrauda Jerominek   [12 luty 2010 - 2 maja 2010 ]
The exhibition features Silesian landscapes – the author’s favourite motif – colourful panoramas of Silesian cities, fragments of Bytom, Piekary and Mysłowice as well as mines and mills in the industrial landscape. >>>

Belle Epoque.The faces of Art Nouveau   [December 4 2009 - March 2010]
The exhibition is the first exhibition in the Silesian region providing such a broad presentation of art created in approximately 1900. >>>

The magic of wine. From a grapevine shoot to the drink of gods.  [November 28 2009 - March 14 2010 ]
History of the liquor of gods - the name given to wine by the Greek and Roman civilisations - goes back to seven thousand years ago. It is proved by archaeological findings and ancient notes. >>>

Loneliness in the city. Linocuts by Marian Jędrzejewski [4 September – 25 October 2009]
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Silesian Icon. Post-competition display of contemporary design  [9 September – 4 October 2009]
Being  part of the 4th competition ‘Śląska Rzecz’, the display creates an opportunity to choose and promote the best Silesian designers and local companies that excel in product design >>>

European graphic art – master of technique  [24 July – 31 October 2009]
The exhibition of graphic art from the collection of the Silesian Museum in Katowice as part of the International Triennial of Graphic Art >>>

MAY – AUGUST 1939. The last months of peace in the Upper-Silesian region [1 September – 8 November 2009] This interdisciplinary historical exhibition has been prepared to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of World War >>>

Irrationally. Drawings by Jacek Albrecht   [11 July – 30 September 2009]

The artist was born in 1961 and now lives in Opole.  He feels ambivalent towards his drawings >>>