An exhibition devoted to the interwar period in Poland, with a narrative built around the key social ideas that were born after the country regained its independence in 1918. The modernizing ideas, focusing around the needs of previously underprivileged social groups — women, children, workers and ethnic minorities — will be shown through the perspective of the broadly understood visual culture of this time (from architecture and design to the most modern medium of the time, film).
Exhibition opening: 23rd February, 7 p.m.; duration of the exhibition: 24.02-27.05.2018.
curator: Joanna Kordjak
concept of the exhibition: professor Andrzej Mencwel
collaboration: Magdalena Komornicka, Michał Kubiak oraz Cezary Lisowski, Zuzanna Sękowska
exhibition design: Maciej Siuda
educational programme: Zofia Dubowska, Stanisław Welbel
exhibition production: Anna Muszyńska & team
This project is part of the commemoration of the centennial of the regaining of independence.
coorganisers: Filmoteka Narodowa – Instytut Audiowizualny, Narodowe Archiwum Cyfrowe
academic partnership: Instytut Kultury Polskiej Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego)