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The exhibition came into being as a result of a number of workshops and joint work of a group of students of the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź. The starting point was a reflection on the experience of travelling and on the movement of things and people. The subject and concept were suggested and implemented by the artist Janek Simon, who played the role of a mentor in this edition of the workshop.

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current exhibitions
Time out of Joint

Time out of joint is time that has fallen out of the well-known framework, negating norms and linear thinking. It is the dimension where the relationships between the past, future, and present, as well as what is private or shared, intertwine. The exhibition offers a reflection on the passing of time and the ways of experiencing it, both in a personal and social dimension.

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current exhibitions
War Against Homes. Neoplastic Room in Solidarity with Ukraine

Opened to the public in 1948, the Neoplastic Room has become a symbol of the Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź. Designed by Władysław Strzemiński, at the time of its creation it boldly manifested the opposition of artists to the advancing communist ideology. Today, in view of the tragedies taking place across our eastern border, we dedicate it to the fighting Ukraine.

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Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź stands in solidarity with Ukraine

Russian army attack on Ukraine is a crime that cannot be justified. The world must resist it! We express our deepest solidarity with our Ukrainian friends, artists and with the entire Ukrainian society. We are with you!

Team of Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź

graphic: Lekko

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current exhibitions
The Atlas of Modernity. Exercises

Due to the dynamic nature of the modern world, maps and atlases quickly become obsolete. For that very reason there is a need for new ones – such that will encourage people to search for yet undiscovered meanings, experiences and emotions that lay ahead of us. The first presentation of Atlas of Modernity and its exhibition was an invitation to a journey along the paths that had led us from the sources of the modern world to the present day. In this new version, we intend to encourage the public to independently map out their own routes in the context of the challenges of the future.

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