We want to be modern


This pioneering exhibition of around 180 objects from the collection of the National Museum in Warsaw featured the most important examples of Polish design, rarely seen in the West. The retrospective explored the significance of these everyday objects in shaping modernity and the modern Polish identity that emerged during the post-thaw period. Presented in the historical National Museum, the exhibition was the first complex presentation of Polish design from this era. It attracted both a Polish and international audience and became one of the museum’s most popular shows.

Scope of work:
Exhibition graphics


Photo: Jan Lutyk, Maria Miklaszewska