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Grande Circular, Poland, photo: Adam Mickiewicz Institute

Graphic vs. industrial, classic vs. contemporary, Polish vs. Brazilian: Design Dialogue: Poland – Brazil exhibition will juxtapose historical poster art with contemporary posters, showcase icons of Polish and Brazilian design and feature a special presentation of Jorge Zalszupin’s works.

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Aukso Orchestra and Vołosi; photo: press material

From 25th to 29th October 2017, Katowice will host one of the most prestigious musical events in Europe – the WOMEX World Music Expo. Four Polish groups will perform at the opening concert: Aukso, Vołosi, Kapela Maliszów and Lautari.

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Between 13 July and 17 September 2017, Berlin will host an exhibition presenting the works of six Polish design studios. Let’s Polish will take a closer look at questions concerning identity and belonging and search for common denominators that link the designers’ works.

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"A Pink Chair (In Place of a Fake Antique)", Wooster Group, 2017

13th July 2017 will see the world premiere of the Wooster Group’s A Pink Chair (In Place of a Fake Antique) at the Fisher Center for Performing Arts at Bard College in New York. The performance is based on Tadeusz Kantor’s and Stanisław Wyspiański’s works.

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Pismo drogowe (Street Writing), P. Młodożeniec, 1975, photo: press materials

One hundred years – one hundred Polish designs. During the Gdynia Design Days, the Handbook of Polish Design exhibition will present some of the most important Polish designs of the past century.

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The InFidelis Duet, photo: Bartek Muracki

The traditional Scandinavian dance known as Polska has ties to 17th century Poland and is the starting point for a new project by Polish duet InFidelis and the Scandinavian duo Rydvall/Mjelva. They will perform in Trondheim on 4th June 2017.

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Still from The Manuscript Found in Saragossa directed by Wojciech Jerzy Has, 1964, photo: Studio Filmowe Kadr / Filmoteka Narodowa

Iron Tongues is a theatre project, which will be held on 28th–29th April 2017 in Los Angeles. Its name refers to Golden Tongues – a series of contemporary theatre adaptations of classic Spanish plays Iron Tongues will take on works by Polish playwrights.

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Orquestra Jovem do Estado (São Paulo State Youth Orchestra), photo: Heloisa Bortz

On 7th May 2017, contemporary Polish classical music will fill the Sala São Paulo – one of the most prestigious concert halls in South America. A day earlier, 6th May, the same repertoire will be performed at the Sala Acrísio de Camargo in Indaiatuba.

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Pussy, directed by Renata Gąsiorowska, photo: promo materials

The 14th edition of IndieLisboa (3rd – 14th May 2017) will present eight Polish films, five of which will compete in the short film category.

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Stara Rzeka, photo: Desi Estevez

From Estonia through Spain and back to Poland: Find out where well-known and up-and-coming Polish bands and musicians will perform this year.

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Wojciech Blecharz before performing Having Never Written a Note For Percussion by James Tenney, photo: Marek Suchecki/FORUM

Polish music will again conquer Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival (hcmf//). Its audience will hear a new opera by Wojciech Blecharz and Colin Stetson’s reimagining of Górecki’s Symphony No. 3. The performances are part of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute’s Polska Music project.

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From series: Nigflight to Venus by Maurycy Gomulicki, photograph, Lambda print on paper, 120 x 80 cm, photo: promotional materials of the exhibition

The Cultural Institution of the City of Szczecin 13muz in co-operation with Culture.pl, Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath in Bengaluru and the Polish Institute in New Delhi presented a multi-dimensional project Absurd–Nonsense–Oxymoron featuring Polish contemporary art.

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An international project organized by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute under the Culture.pl brand opens in Minsk this week.

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Scene from the preformance There Is No Fear, photo: Natakwala Fakir

Premiere of Łukasz Chotkowski's show took place at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kolkata and later at the Powszechny Theatre in Warsaw.

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Andrzej Wajda on the set to "Katyń", 2007, Photo by INTERFOTO / Forum

Fôco Polônia will be one of the highlights of the 40th edition of the International Film Festival in São Paulo. A total of 46 films, including the latest productions as well as the works of the masters of Polish cinema – Andrzej Wajda and Krzysztof Kieślowski – will be screened.

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Edward Krasiński, Spatial Composition, 1965, photo: The Foksal Gallery Foundation

The first British retrospective of Edward Krasiński, one of the most important representatives of Polish neo-avant-garde, is to take place at Tate Liverpool from 21st October 2016 to 5th March 2017. It features sculptures and installations from the 1960s as well as from the beginning of the 2000s. The event was co-organised by Culture.pl

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Daniel by Paweł Althamer, 2011, photo: MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow

MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow is staging an exhibtion in the MAXXI Museum in Rome. It will include over 50 paintings, photographs, video works and objects created by Paweł Althamer, Sara Lucas, Laura Pawela, Józef Robakowski, Jadwiga Sawicka, Daniel Spoerri and many others.

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Warsaw Śródmieście station seen from the Palace of Science and Culture, photo: Adrian Grycuk/Wikimedia

The Polish part of the W+B/*-X – Warsaw-Berlin Boxes exhibition opened on a patch of greenery in front of Warsaw's Śródmieście railway station on 13th October 2016.

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Maize by Daniela Poiana, a project created during Studio Malafor’s Observatory workshops, photo: Jan Pfeifer

Projects by Moldovan students created during Studio Malafor’s Observatory workshops will be presented in Łódź Design Festival and in Chisinau.

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Izabela Tarasewicz, photo artist's archive

Iza Tarasewicz has been invited to the 32th edition of the Modern Art Biennale in São Paulo – one of the world’s most important visual art exhibitions.

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