Andrzej Wajda. Japanese Notebook

From the Manggha Museum Collection

One of the most valuable parts of the collection is a unique assembly of works of paper – sketches and drawings – by Andrzej Wajda. Some of the most interesting among these are those made during his trips to Japan. During each of these trips he took notes, made sketches, trying to remember the most significant elements of that different, foreign culture of a strange land.

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Swords from Japan from the collection of the Bizen Osafune Japanese Sword Museum

The warrior culture of the Japanese people that was shaped in the 12th and 13th centuries turned them into a nation that attached tremendous importance to all forms of combat and warfare, and to related skills, for centuries to come, and they always placed high value on objects used in this field.

Leave the Door Ajar

Masato Tanaka x Gabriela Morawetz

In this exhibition, both artists are showing their interactive installations, intended not just for viewing but also for sensing: through this interaction, the viewer and the artwork are to become one for the moment.

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