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Confashion collectiom, photo: Adam Mickiewicz Institute

Thanks to the Let’s Exhibit programme, young, up-and-coming Polish designers will have the opportunity to present their work at some of the most important trade events around the globe.

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What Goes Behind... is an exhibition presenting the best Polish projects in contemporary ceramic design. Every piece is a well-crafted aesthetic object created according to each designer's individual philosophy.

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Karina Marusińska, plates from her Weeds series, photo: Justyna Fedec

The latest achievements by Polish ceramic designers will be on view at one of the most prestigious events dedicated to design. The exhibition is organised by Culture.pl.

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Bartek Mejor,Quartz 2008, collection of decorative porcelain, produced by Vista Alegre (Portugal), photo: courtesy of the designer

Not so long ago the word ‘porcelain’ brought to mind delicate antique or contemporary china in traditional design. Well established china manufacturers, like Cmielów, churned out their tea and coffee, dinner and breakfast sets to be bought by solid middle class families in china shops.

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The What Goes Behind... Contemporary Polish Ceramic Design exhibition was presented to the audience of the Inno Design Tech Expo in Hong Kong.

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Photographs of works from the What Goes Behind… Contemporary Polish Ceramic Design exhibition presenting the achievements of contemporary designers of ceramics. The exhibition can be seen at the Inno Tech Expo in Hong Kong.

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Selected works of the designer Bartek Mejor

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Aleksandra Gaca, Slumber Poufs, poufs from Slumber collection, 2011 photo: courtesy of the artist

Culture.pl presents a selected group of designers from Poland at the 13th edition of Meet My Project, which will be held from 24 to 28 January at Le Lieu du Design in Paris.

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