Brilliant and shocking exhibitions when I went here. It doesn't even get a mention in most guides but it's worth a visit if you're interested in modern art. Cafe and restaurant too. Enthusiastic staff.
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When visiting Galeria Zacheta during January 2017 I found great interest in the temporary Folk Art exhibition. It provided an interesting view of art under communism and reminded me my childhood in Israel, which was a socialistic country under strong Russian influence.
it is a very classical building from the outside but inside the feeling of modern and contemporary art is permanent. even if you are not an art buff, go and visit zacheta as you will be surprised by the variety and quality of the exposed...More
I visited the gallery one evening and there were four exhibitions there, one of which was of Polish folklore following WWII. There is a cloak room at the entrance that doesn't charge. I purchased the standard entry with the exhibition brochure, which describes all of...More
Beautiful building with good contemporary art exhibition. It was a pity 2 of the 3 exhibitions were only in Polish - and did not have english subtitles - so I couldn't understand the videos and documentaries. Worth visiting if you are an art lover.
Zachęta offers a great artistic experience almost every time for stupid cheap (1pln if you're a student with Thursdays free for everyone). Nothing to loose and a lot to gain, as the gallery often hosts up to three separate exhibitions, catering to a wide range...More
The setting is a beautiful neo-Renaissance building from the nineteen hundreds, one of the few buildings that survived the Nazi occupation, but on the inside you get the most contemporary of polish art, with some Balkan and generally European artists too. It's a really enjoyable...More
interesting and inspiring. I spent there some time with family and friends. Great exhibition. Wonderful building with great interiors.