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The Polish design courts people in droves

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At its opening day on February 3rd, nearly 4 thousand of enthusiastic devotees attended the exhibition “We want to be modern. The Polish design from 1955-1968”. - An unprecedented success! – says Anna Maga, curator of the National Museum collection design.

The exhibition “We want to be modern. The Polish design from 1955-1968” can be viewed at the National Museum (Jerozolimskie Al.3) from February 4th till April 17th. Free admission on Tuesdays.

- The Exhibition presents one of the most exciting periods of the Polish design between the thaw of 1955 and the social change brought in 1968. Spanning just over 10 years, the period gave rise to an abundance of daring experiments that made a lasting impact on design for  years to come' – imprinted at the Museum.

By visiting the National Museum in Warsaw, you can learn a design history without leaving abroad.

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