Crowded opening night ‎of ‘Art Out of the Bloodlands’ Exhibition


Here are images from our successful opening night of the ‘Art Out of the Bloodlands: A Century of Polish Artists in Britain’ exhibition.

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David Herman in front of his father’s painting Auschwitz, recently presented to Ben Uri by the Herman Family

Janina Baranowska, one of the ‘Anders Army’ artists, who studied under Bomberg at Borough Road, in front of her painting made in Bomberg’s class

Gosia Lapsa-Malawska, one of the contemporary artists featured in the exhibition

Exhibitor Andrzej Krauze (illustrator for The Guardian) with fellow exhibitor, Joanna Ciechanowska, Curator of POSK Gallery, London

Janina Baranowska (left) and Joanna Ciechanowska

David Glasser speaking at the exhibition

Robert Szaniawski, Director of the Polish Cultural Institute in London, speaking at the exhibition

Annabel Hodin in front her painting, Ruszkowski’s portrait of her mother, Pamela, in Newlyn

Jakub Krupa, Polish Press Agency

Jerzy “George” Byczyński (left), Founder of British Poles Initiative, a platform that enables Poles to have contact with British politicians and co-founder of British Polish Law Association, and Joanna Ciechanowska

© Courtesy of the Polish Cultural Institute in London