Poster Museum at Wilanow

 

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The Poster Museum at Wilanów was opened in 1968 as a branch of the National Museum in Warsaw. The nucleus of the collection, namely several thousands of posters from the National Museum in Warsaw were granted by Professor Stanislav Lorentz, the Directore of the National Museum. The exhibition halls were converted from the old stables and carriage shed.


Today the Museumhas the largest collections of art posters in the world. It includes 30,000 Polish posters and 20,000 foreign, among them the work of Andy Worhol. It is considered as the one of the finest collections of world art posters.
The following series of exhibitions are realized by the Poster Museum at Wilanów:
- The Salon of the Polish Poster,
- Two years cycle (uneven years),
- The Masters of Polish Poster,
- The Polish Poster History,
- International Poster Biennale – (even years),
- The Masters of Foreign Poster,
- Thematic exhibitions.


Address: 10/16 St Kostki Potockiego Street


Opening hours:
Monday: noon - 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday- Sunday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Last visitors admitted half an hour before closing time.


Tickets:
10 PLN – regular
7 PLN – reduced



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