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Siudmak/Chopin/Nocturnes. Temporary exhibition in Żelazowa Wola

The temporary exhibition Siudmak / Chopin / Nocturnes is a presentation of 23 drawings by Wojciech Siudmak inspired by Fryderyk Chopin’s nocturnes. The exhibition available in museum spaces located in Żelazowa Wola is only a fragment of a series of drawings and paintings called Nocturnes. The artist’s works, created over several years, were collected in the publication Siudmak. Chopin, published by the REBIS Publishing House and the Fryderyk Chopin National Institute. The collector’s album, in addition to the works of Wojciech Siudmak, contains discussions of Chopin’s nocturnes prepared by the outstanding musicologist prof. Irena Poniatowska.


A unique retrospective of Wojciech Siudmak’s work took place at the Fantastic Art Museum in Warsaw.

The exhibition included over 60 works by the Polish painting legend, including his most famous paintings, drawings and sculptures. Wojciech Siudmak is one of the few Polish artists to have achieved truly international renown. His admirers include major filmmakers such as Denis Villeneuve, Federico Fellini, George Lucas and Jean-Jacques Annaud. For years, his surreal visions have fascinated and influenced the imaginations of millions of fantasy fans around the world.

Cultural programs – National Centre of Culture – Poland
Interview by Anna Karna