The sprawling capital of Poland, Warsaw features over a hundred contemporary art galleries, art museums, street art works, architectural landmarks, and other artistic attractions.
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Gallery showcasing photographs, prints, drawings, paintings and sculptures from the world of Polish modern art.
Gallery primarily featuring artists rooted in the technique of painting.
Gallery and foundation featuring photography, workshops, conservation services, and more.
Space for art exhibitions, meetings, lectures and workshops.
Contemporary art gallery in a former apartment/studio.
Outdoor sculpture park located in a residential neighborhood.
Contemporary gallery located in a post-war, socialist realist housing development.
Space for exhibiting contemporary art, founded by the Polish Modern Art Foundation.
Foundation supporting Polish photography in Poland and abroad.
Museum focused on the Polish composer, Frederick Chopin.
Gallery focusing on established and emerging artists.
Gallery established in 1999 in the Powiśle neighborhood.
Contemporary gallery located in the Saska Kępa neighborhood.
Contemporary art gallery and one of the most recognizable galleries from Poland.
Contemporary gallery that works in close cooperation with artists.
Contemporary gallery focused on figurative and abstract painting, graphics, photography and sculpture.
Screen printing studio and gallery specializing in graffiti and urban art
The Gallery of Graphics and Posters is a gallery and shop featuring prints, posters, drawings, and paintings.
The Keret House is an art installation in the form of an insert between two existing buildings.
Foundation that preserves and curates the work of avant-garde artists which were active in the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s, as well as promotes artists from the geometric school.
Contemporary art gallery which focuses on exhibiting the work of emerging artists from Polish and international art scene.
Museum featuring over 20,000 caricature and cartoon artworks of Polish and foreign artists.
Museum with collection of 400+ exhibits, including originals and copies of Old Masters, Impressionists and other European masters.
Museum of life in Poland under the communist regime.
Exhibition space of the Museum of Modern Art, located along the Vistula river.
Modern art museum with a small exhibition space, bookstore and café.
Museum of ethnography featuring costumes, handicrafts, furniture, art and more.
Flagship art museum with over 830,000 works of art from Poland and abroad.
The Neon Muzeum is dedicated to the documentation and the preservation of Cold War era neon signs and electro-graphic design.
Colony of Finnish-style houses with cultural events and programs.
18th-century summer palace with gardens and art collection.
Modern art gallery and social project in a former pharmacy.
Well-known contemporary gallery.
Art institution focused on international networking and programming.
Museum chronicling the history of poster art in Poland and abroad, with over 65,000 total posters.
Contemporary gallery with an emphasis on graphics, both in its digital and traditional edition.
Contemporary art gallery with a focus on avant-garde traditions of the 1960s and 1970s.
Non-profit project that involves online promotion of artists from all over the world, as well as exhibitions in real life.
The Royal Castle in Warsaw is a residency castle that formerly served throughout the centuries as the official residence of the Polish monarchs.
Site for experimentation and risk-taking, it is an alternative to the local and national Polish art scene.
Originally built to house exotic trees in the winter season, this space now contains a theatre and art gallery.
Contemporary art museum situated in a reconstructed castle.
The oldest stereoscopic theatre in Europe features 24 viewports with 3D photos from Warsaw and other countries around the world.
Fine arts museum attached to a restored 17th-century palace.
Contemporary art gallery in the former studio of sculptor Xawery Dunikowski.