SYBILLA 2019 / Award for the temporary exhibition for the National Museum in Warsaw!

The National Museum in Warsaw won the Sybilla 2019 award for the temporary exhibition "Pologne 1840–1914. Peindre l'âme d'une nation" at the Louvre-Lens Museum!
“It is above all a very creative partnership with one of the largest museums in the world. This kind of cooperation is certainly not often attended by a Polish museologist, for which you deserve huge congratulations” emphasized the chairman of the competition jury, prof. Wojciech Włodarczyk.
Congratulations to the curators of the exhibition - Agnieszka Rosales Rodriguez and Iwona Danielewicz!
The exhibition at the Louvre-Lens Museum, which runs from September 25, 2019 to January 20, 2020, was created in cooperation with the National Museum in Warsaw and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute. This largest panorama of Polish art (from Romanticism to Young Poland) in France graced the jubilee of Poland regaining independence and the centenary of signing an agreement between Poland and France on emigration and immigration (1919). The topics discussed included both the issue of Polishness and national identity during the partitions, as well as Polish-French artistic ties in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
We invite you to individually visit the adaptation of the awarded exhibition at the National Museum in Warsaw - Poland. The Power of Images!