Since the end of World War II, a total of 3,780 churches had been built in Poland, more than in any other European country. Most of them were built during the 1980s, a time when building churches was neither permitted nor forbidden, thus playing a key role in Cold War politics.
In the public programme, we will focus on topics such as community architecture and parallels in the Czech Republic.
Curators: Iza Cichońska, Karolina Popera and Kuba Snopek
A guide tour of the exhibition with the curator Karolina Popera, in English language, free with a valid ticket, reservation required at firstname.lastname@example.org