The Polish art market has evolved over the past few years. Despite initial concerns, the pandemic did not stunt the development of the collectors’ community—quite the reverse. We have grown accustomed to cutting the distance and viewing pictures and sculptures on phone screens. Contemporary art has found its way into private homes for good.
What is Warsaw’s contemporary art scene like today? It remains vivacious, sometimes feisty, and yet professional, upholding a world standard. It is international and local, all at once. But above all, it is full of intriguing initiatives, exciting both for viewers and the artists themselves.
Warsaw Spring is an attempt to capture this extraordinary moment. It will also be a chance to see some fantastic art and to build up your collection; it is a pretext to integrate the collectors’ community.
The format of the event joins our favorite features of art fairs and metropolitan gallery weekends. Over three days you’ll have a chance to see sixteen presentations scattered all across Warsaw.