The Surrealist Art Vernissage of artworks by the famous Polish artist Rafał Olbiński August 29th at 6 pm at the Polish Museum in Rapperswil Rafal Olbinski immigrated to the United States in 1981, where he soon established himself as a prominent painter, illustrator and designer. For his artistic achievements, he has received more than 150 […]
June 29th – August 20th, 2019 Vernissage: 29th of June, 2019, at 4 pm Curator of exhibition: Anna Tomczak Hanna Gordziałkowska-Weynerowska, pseud. Kali (1918-1998) – one of the most significant Polish contemporary painters operating with great success outside the country. She studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in the studio of […]
June 5th at 6 pm Host: Ilma Rakusa, writer, Zürich Free entrance Tadeusz Dąbrowski – born on in 1979. Poet, essayist, critic, editor of the literary bimonthly magazine Topos. Artistic director of the European Poet of Freedom festival. On Radio Gdańsk he co-hosts a poetic program. First, poems. He published, among others in: Tygodnik Powszechny, […]
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Exhibition: 7th May – 8th June Daily from 1 to 5 pm Vernissage of the exhibition: (free entrance) Saturday, 18 May 2019, 6 pm Painter, globetrotter, storyteller – Martha Kolodziej lives her dream. Growing up in Poland and working in France for many years, the artist finds a new source of inspiration in the Bernese […]
Early works from the Second World War of Tadeusz Wojnarski (1922-1999) POLISH MUSEUM IN RAPPERSWIL CASTLE After being released after nearly two years of agonizing Soviet captivity, he joined the 2nd Polish Corps under General Władysław Anders. During the military training in the Middle East and the front operations in Italy he created an impressive […]
On August 16th 1868, on the 100th anniversary of forming the Bar Confederation by Polish magnates in Rapperswil by Lake Zurich, an impressive monument in the form of a column was unveiled, called the Bar Column, the Polish Column of Liberty or, in short, the Polish Column. It was founded by count Władysław Plater, Polish […]
The Eisscollection constitutes documents discovered several years after the war, belonging to Rabbi Chaim Eiss (1876-1943). This Zurich merchant from Ustrzyk, one of the leaders of the Orthodox Agudat Yisrael movement, was a member of the Bern Group, which under the direction of the Polish envoy (ambassador) Aleksander Ładoś, forged Latin American passports to save […]