#FAIRS / #ART
Buy yourself some art!
Have you heard about Nowosielski, Abakanowicz or Leto? You should!:) The 12th Warsaw Art Fairs is an annual event which gives you a chance to get to know contemporary Polish art and buy paintings, graphic design and photographs directly from artists and galleries. The fair is accompanied by a series of lectures and presentations. It is also a good opportunity to visit the Kubickiego Arcades, part of the Royal Castle facing the river, which is often used as exhibition space.
Jozef van Wissem at Pardon, To Tu
Have you seen ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ by Jim Jarmusch? One of the most intriguing elements of the film is the music score composed by – yes, you’re guessing it right – Jozef van Wissem. He even got the ‘Cannes Soundtrack Award’ for it. Apart from that Wissem, who plays the lute, has released 12 albums and despite his music being strongly influenced by renaissance and baroque tradition, he has performed on such festivals as All Tomorrow’s Parties or Primavera in Barcelona.
The Warsaw venue of Wissem’s concert is a very intimate club so come early to get a good seat!
Mozart’s chamber music
Have you been to Praga? Even if you haven’t you must have notices the spires of Praga Roman Catholic cathedral overlooking the right bank of the Vistula. This neo-gothic church is one of the venues for the Praga Autumn festival of classical music. This Sunday the artists of Warsaw Chamber Opera along with ‘Primo Incontro’ string quartet will perform Mozart’s chamber music. The entrance is free of charge!
A lot of art and a lot of music this Sunday in Warsaw. Check our propositions! (photo from skarbiecmazowiecki.pl)