fundacja andrzeja wróblewskiego

I want to step out myself, go beyond, achieve the impossible, fulfil an unprecedented task, realise a vision, create an absolutely convincing painting, build it with decisions. A.W.

Feliks Jasieński Award ‘Collecting – Science and Popularisation’ for Andrzej Wróblewski Foundation


Our exhibition and the accompanying publication ‘Andrzej Wróblewski. Waiting Room’, organised jointly with Moderna galerija in Ljubljana and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, was awarded the prestigious Feliks Jasieński Award ‘Collecting – Science and Popularisation’ in the institution category for the presentation of a collection. We are extremely proud and would like to thank the jury for acknowledging our work!

“Różewicz and paintings” exhibition at the Galeria Opera


To mark the centenary of Tadeusz Różewicz’s birth, the exhibition “Różewicz and Paintings” was opened at the Opera Gallery in the Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera. The curator of the exhibition, Marcin Fedisz, has selected painters and their works in such a way as to illustrate the poet’s long-standing friendships with the artistic community. The exhibition features works by such artists as Tadeusz Brzozowski, Maria Jarema, Ewa Kierska, Aleksander Kobzdej, Tadeusz Makowski, Kazimierz Mikulski, Jerzy Nowosielski, Jonasz Stern, Stasys Eidrigevičius, Jerzy Tchórzewski and Andrzej Wróblewski.

The paintings of these artists have been complemented by the words of Różewicz. Thanks to the cooperation with the Andrzej Wróblewski Foundation, the exhibition features seven works on paper by the artist. Some of them are sketches for Executions and “Mother with a Dead Child” – some of them have not been exhibited before and are known only from publications. These drawings show subsequent stages of Wróblewski’s thinking about the cycle of Shootings, they also show the artist’s unrealized ideas.

Poster graphic design: Katarzyna Bobrowska
Author of the poster: Stasys Eidrigevičius

Galeria Opera. Teatr Wielki – Opera Narodowa, Plac Teatralny 1, Warszawa
Exhibition from October 8 do December 31, 2021.

Professor Marzenna Ciechańska on the conservation of works on paper


Prof. Marzenna Ciechańska talks about her long-standing cooperation with the Andrzej Wróblewski Foundation, as part of which over 400 works on paper have undergone conservation, including those shown at the exhibition ‘Andrzej Wróblewski. Waiting Room’ exhibition at Moderna galerija in Ljubljana, organised in cooperation with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute. In her presentation, Prof. Ciechańska also describes the conservation process itself.

“A Difficult Age. Szapocznikow – Wajda – Wróblewski” exhibition in Vilnius


The exhibition “A Difficult Age. Szapocznikow – Wajda – Wróblewski”, which presents the work of Andrzej Wajda (1926-2016), Alina Szapocznikow (1926-1973) and Andrzej Wróblewski (1927-1957), opened at the private museum MO muziejus in Vilnius, which was established by the collector couple – Danguolė and Viktoras Butkus.

Photo: Rytis Seskaitis

The first installment of Anda Rottenberg’s curatorial concept took place in 2018 at the Silesian Museum in Katowice (more at:

“We are very proud and happy with this exhibition. We will present Poland’s most prominent artists, whose works can be seen and admired in one place – a truly extraordinary opportunity. One of the main reasons for this project was understanding of how little Andrzej Wróblewski, who was born and raised in Vilnius, is known in Lithuania beyond a narrow circle of professionals and how awkward it still is to talk about the history of Vilnius in the whirlwind of World War II”, says Milda Ivanauskienė, MO Museum director.

Among the exhibited works are: Executed Man, Execution with a Gestapo Man, Execution, (Execution II, Poznań Execution), Sunken Cities, (Sunken City I), (Man’s Head on Red Background) and many more.

The exhibition is on view at MO museum in Vilnius until July 18.

MO museum, Pylimo 17, Vilnius, Lithuania
Exhibition from March 20 to July 18, 2021.

Wojciech Grzybała and Magdalena Ziolkowska nominated in the O!Lśńienia awards


Today, on Katarzyna Janowska’s show “Reservations”, the nominations were announced in the O!Lśnień – Cultural Awards of Onet and the City of Krakow plebiscite.

Among them, in the Visual Arts category, Wojciech Grzybała and Magdalena Ziółkowska, for organizing, despite pandemic restrictions, the exhibition “Waiting Room. Andrzej Wróblewski” at Moderna galerija in Ljubljana.

You are invited to vote at

The nominated for the O!Lśnień Awards are those whose work was available to the public in 2020 in Poland, or who achieved spectacular international success. The list of nominees, based on the recommendations of critics and people of culture, was prepared together with Katarzyna Janowska by the editors of the Onet Kultura, as well as Robert Piaskowski, representative of the President of Kraków for the matters of culture, and Izabela Błaszczyk, director of the Kraków Festival Office.

The poll will last until midnight on February 28. The winners will be announced on March 5 during an award ceremony which will be transmitted on at 8:00 pm.

“Andrzej Wróblewski. Waiting Room” exhibition online


The Andrzej Wróblewski Foundation is making the Andrzej Wróblewski. Waiting Room exhibition available online. The show opened on 15 October 2020 in Moderna galerija in Ljubljana, one of Europe’s most prestigious museums of modern art. It will stay open until 10 January 2021. The exhibition is now available online for those who cannot travel to Ljubljana.

Andrzej Wróblewski. Waiting Room consists of 121 works created mainly in the years 1955-1957. Some of the works are inspired by Wróblewski and the art critic Barbara Majewska’s 1956 trip to Yugoslavia. A large part of the exhibition consists of paintings that have never been exhibited before or were last shown to the public in 1958. The exhibition also features artists from former Yugoslavia, including some of whom Wróblewski met personally, building a common context and often establishing a direct dialogue with the Polish artist. The curators of the exhibition are Magdalena Ziółkowska and Wojciech Grzybała from the Andrzej Wróblewski Foundation, and Marko Jenko from Moderna galerija. The exhibition and its online version were produced in cooperation with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute.

View of the website dedicated to the exhibition with virtual tour.

Thanks to the dedicated website ­­–, you can take a virtual walk around the exhibition and see all the works presented in the space of Moderna galerija – six rooms totaling over 800 m2. All the visitors are presented with a selection of texts devoted to the exhibition, including an essay written by Magdalena Ziółkowska and Wojciech Grzybała, entitled The Waiting Room as Harbinger from the publication accompanying the exhibition of the same title. It also features video content – Barbara Majewska reminiscing about Andrzej Wróblewski and their joint trip to Yugoslavia in the fall of 1956, the documentation from the exhibition opening and a video of the curators conducting a guided tour of the show. The website is available now in English and soon in Polish and Slovenian.