Polish Street Art Scene Just Got New Installations Remembering Hard Times After Second World War

Polish People’s Republic and memorabilia that it left behind

Łódź, Poland – You already have read about creative street art that is blooming across Poland, we mean those cute little gnomes, to amazing graffiti, or even interesting 3D houses. This time Poles are going further and Polish art master LUMP just revealed six art installations that are symbolically related to the Polish People’s Republic.

If you are interested a bit more about this it’s part of the international art project called UNIQA and it’s directed by Michał Bieżyński. 

The Polish People’s Republic (Polish: Polska Rzeczpospolita Ludowa, PRL) covers the history of Poland under communist control between 1952 and 1989. At the time of its founding during final stages of World War II, Poland was regarded as a puppet entity set up and controlled by the Soviet Union, and over time, it developed into a satellite state of the Soviet Union. ~ Wikipedia

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