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Major Polish art show ends in London: interview

28.01.2022 15:00
A major exhibition of Polish art is set to close at the William Morris Gallery in London on Sunday.
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A massive stained-glass window designed by Polish artist and playwright Stanisław Wyspiański is one of the centerpieces of the exhibition at Londons William Morris Gallery.
A massive stained-glass window designed by Polish artist and playwright Stanisław Wyspiański is one of the centerpieces of the exhibition at London's William Morris Gallery.Photo: PAP/Łukasz Gągulski

The Young Poland: An Arts and Crafts Movement (1890–1918) show explores the Young Poland cultural movement, which spanned the three decades preceding the re-emergence of an independent Poland in 1918.

In an interview with Radio Poland, curator Roisin Inglesby says the event “has generated an amazing amount of interest, with about 30,000 visitors, which is fantastic.”

Click on the audio player above to hear the interview.