June in Warsaw

Have you ever wondered which cities can be called the capital of graphic arts? This year in June it was probably Warsaw.

The Print Room of the University of Warsaw organized in cooperation with the Museum of Modern Art the prints and drawings exhibition What is Enlightenment? 200 years of the Print Room of Warsaw Library.

Between 3-8 June it also hosted the International Advisory Committee of Keepers of Public Collections of Graphic Art.

The month ended with the conference Multiplied and Modified. Reception of the Printed Image in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries (28-29 June ) organized by the University of Warsaw and the National Museum of Warsaw.

These events provided an opportunity for numerous debates among specialists, visits in the collections and - what is important - for meeting Ars Graphica members from all over the Europe.

Soon, we will publish extensive descriptions of all these events.

Ars Graphica Polska

Photographs by: Małgorzata Biłozór-Salwa, Maja Anastasova Hris, Marek Płuciniczak

Conference poster: Aleksandra Fedorowicz-Jackowska

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