A collective of young Polish designers presents the Polska Folk exhibition, which includes furniture, lighting, graphics, products and architecture influenced by traditional Polish folk patterns and craft techniques.
The 19 objects from the exhibition are inspired from the Polish traditional art, handicrafts and decorative art, with the materials used by the designers being genuine and local. The exhibition is organized at the initiative of the Polish Institute in Bucharest.
The exhibition, curated by Agnieszka Jacobson-Cielecka, has on display the following artists Aze Design, Barbórka Design, Agnieszka Czop si Joanna Rusin, Fabriqa, Katarzyna Herman-Janiec, Pani Jurek, Agnieszka Lasota, Malafor, Karina Marusińska, Bartosz Mucha, Katarzyna Mucha-Wiśniewska, Karol Murlak, Alicja Patanowska, Mateusz Przybysz, Studio Rygalik and Bożena Wiślicka.
The young Polish design exhibition inspired from the “Polska Folk” traditional art, displayed at the Foaier Hall at the National Romanian Peasant Museum in Bucharest, will be launched on October 24, at 18.00. The exhibition, to be open between October 25 – December 1, from Tuesday until Sunday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., includes 19 items created by 17 designers and groups of designers from Poland.