The painting was shown as part of the project “Villa Warsaw” in a private house in Warsaw’s Ochota district, built at the end of the 40s. It depicts a generic residential interior of that time.
Portrait of Władysław Broniewski (1897-1962), based on the photograph by Jan Styczyński published in “Wisła” (1973) photobook.
The main characters in “Map Trap” are: an educational map of Poland and president George W. Bush – the international political villain. A drawing on the wall, representing a big “A” in cowboy boots, let’s the story unfold.
One of Wilhelm Sasnal’s first paintings dealing with the issue of Polish national identity is a geopolitical fantasy.
A scene from The Stranglers’ concert. When strippers appeared onstage, it provoked a police intervention. The concert was consequently terminated.