As part of the parallel program of the project “Places. Laureates of the Kazimir Malevich Award”
Hanna Wróblewska is the director of the National Art Gallery “Zachęta”. She graduated from the art history faculty of the Warsaw University. She actively participates in the cultural process, in particular in the Public forum of contemporary art and public culture. She is the commissioner of the Polonia Pavilion at the Biennale in Venice.
National Art Gallery “Zachęta” is one of the most prestigious and large contemporary art galleries in Poland. The gallery is a center of important exhibitions and art events, representing the contemporary Polish art in the country and beyond its borders. It houses a library, book shop and archive of contemporary art pieces. The gallery is the venue for master classes for children and adults, meetings with artists, and film screenings.
National Art Museum of Ukraine, Hrushevskoho st., 6 Lecture begins at 16:00. Admission is free upon presentation of the entry ticket.