Past Exhibitions

Year
Aya Wada – Calligraphy

Aya Wada – Calligraphy

6 - 11 November 2019
With every single stroke of the brush the artist uncovers the new dimension of the traditional art
The Masters of Ukiyo-e

The Masters of Ukiyo-e

Utamaro, Sharaku, Hokusai, Hiroshige, Kuniyoshi. From the Collection of Ei Nakau
08.09.2019 - 11.11.2019
The eighty pictures carefully selected by the Japanese collector himself take us into the very centre of the ukiyo-e world, its essence, emotions, and obviously, above all, its visual concretizations.
The Collection. A Mirror of Time

The Collection. A Mirror of Time

30.08.2019 - 27.10.2019
Much like ukiyo-e woodblock prints some centuries before, paintings by artists of the WPROST Group – Maciej Bieniasz and Jacek Waltoś – as well as their master and mentor Adam Hoffmann were a mirror of the reality of their country, the People’s Republic of Poland, in the 1960s and 1970s.
Tokyo 24

Tokyo 24

Krzysztof Gonciarz
12.07.2019 - 29.09.2019
The exhibition tells a tale of a fascinating city in the Land of the Rising Sun – its people, its emotions, its architecture – through Krzysztof's eyes.
Sanae Hattori – Textile Art

Sanae Hattori – Textile Art

5 - 7 July 2019
Her art is widely recognized even outside the artistic circles. Among other things she was asked to create art for the occasion of Emperor Naruhito’s wedding.
International suiseki exhibition

International suiseki exhibition

San Seki – Three Stones. Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland
28.06.2019 - 03.07.2019
Collecting and displaying stones is known throughout Asia, though under different names. It is, for example, called gongshi in China, and suseok in Korea, but it is Japan that has developed its fine style of exhibiting stones known as suiseki.
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