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Q and A with Sebastian Cichocki

11.09.2019 14:30
An exhibition entitiled “Never Again. Art against War and Fascism in the 20th and 21st centuries” has been launched at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. 
A replica of Pablo Picassos Guernica painted by Wojciech Fangor for an International Youth Festival in 1955.
A replica of Pablo Picasso's Guernica painted by Wojciech Fangor for an International Youth Festival in 1955.Photo: Danuta Isler/Radio Poland

It was organised to mark the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II and relies on three focal points - Guernica and the 1930s, the “Arsenal” exhibition and the 1950s as well as contemporary art and (post-)fascism. Although the exhibition features primarily historic materials that shaped the form of anti-fascist and anti-war resistance, the questions posed by the show concern the contemporary era - its chief curator Sebastian Cichocki told Radio Poland. 

Presented by Danuta Isler