Warsaw

Museum on the Vistula

  ul. Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 22 ,   Powiśle          (+48) 22 596 40 10     02 Mar 2022
The Museum on the Vistula is a branch of the Warsaw Museum of Modern Art, and the current site of all the institution's exhibitions while their new headquarters is being built on Plac Defilad (scheduled to open in 2023). Located on top of the Wisła's riverside terraces, the eye-catching large white box of a building is actually a pavilion that was designed by Austrian architect Adolf Krischanitz and housed the Kunsthalle in Berlin from 2008-10. In 2017 it arrived in Warsaw with the caveat that the exterior be covered in artwork. Sławomir Pawszak won the contest for decorating the facade, and his colourful scribblings have adorned it since it opened. Inside you'll find provocative exhibitions by international artists that challenge our notions on the nature of art, as well as the Paloma cafe/bistro and a bookstore. Check out MoMA's site for current/future exhibitions. To get there, take the metro to Centrum Nauki Kopernik or take buses 105, 118127 to 'Biblioteka Uniwersytecka' and cross the street to the Vistulan Boulevards.

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Price/Additional Info

Admission 10/5zł, children under 7 enter free.

Events at this venue

Oct 15 - Jun 26 2022
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