Muzeum Łazienki Królewskie
Exhibition: "Turning towards the light. Max Liebermann at the Royal Łazienki Museum"
The works of Max Liebermann, one of the most influential artists of German Impressionism, are on display at the Royal Łazienki Museum from 15 December 2022 to 2 April 2023. The exhibition consists of two paintings created in the final phase of the artist’s activity – "Park Landscape" and "Self-Portrait".
Exhibition: "From Tournament to Carousel. Knights’ Games in Modern Europe"
Masterpieces of European armour smithing, taking you into the world of honourable knightly skirmishes, are on display from 15 November 2022 to 2 April 2023 at an exhibition in the Royal Łazienki Museum. The valuable items come, among others, from the State Art Collections in Dresden, which has one of the finest collections of tournament and ceremonial weaponry.
Zbigniew Wawer, Director of the Royal Łazienki Museum, passed away
On 12 December 2022, after a long and severe illness, Professor [Prof. nadzw. dr hab.] Zbigniew Wawer, Director of the Royal Łazienki Museum, passed away. "I can’t find the words that could express the immensity of the loss. A loss for culture, for all of us. An outstanding museologist and a wonderful, warm person. I express my condolences to the family and loved ones. Goodbye, Zbyszek!" – these are the words with which the Deputy Prime Minister, Professor Piotr Gliński, bid the Director farewell.
Conservation and Renovation of the White Pavilion and the Water Tower Together with the Historic Garden
Pegasus Stables. Conservation and Renovation of the Kubicki Stables
Thermal upgrade of the former Inn
Redecoration and conservation of the Old Orangery and the Royal Theatre
Losses incurred by the Royal Łazienki as a result of the Second World War. Research project