The first contemporary art exhibition in Bialystok about the Polish–Jewish relations, about the emptiness we feel after the Holocaust.
Kaddish for Dąbrowa is a series of works telling the story of the Jewish community of the city, and a nostalgic and sentimental journey to the world that no longer exists.
An exhibition about the turbulent life and works of Antoni Głowadzki (1889-1932), an Esperantist, painter, and traveller born in Przemyśl. At the exhibition you will view his works from his time in Białystok, memorabilia, and the unfinished draft of the illustrated Esperanto dictionary.
An exhibition inspired with traditional folk papercutting The works create a series using projections of buildings from Białystok and the region
The exhibition “Doctor ESPERANTO. Comic book about Ludwik Zamenhof” is an attempt to familiarize the public with the person of Ludwik Zamenhof. The displayed panels come from the book published by the Ludwik Zamenhof Centre in 2014.