Awangarda - BWA Wroclaw

 

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Awangarda is the biggest BWA gallery in Wroclaw. Its aim is to show and to make popular artists' current activities with the background of cultural problems. Awangarda presents classics of Polish contemporary art, thematic shows of domestic and European art, borders of visual art, theatre and film, performance and music.

Awangarda is interested in the city and the authenticity of art, hence not only Geppert Competition for young painters, but also vj and street art projects come back to the gallery repeatedly. The Awangarda building was designed by Carl Gotthard Langhans, the architect of The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, in the 18th century. After the war damages and reconstruction from the original building of the palace there remained only a portico, a piece of the ground level and parade stairs, now leading only to mezzanino, where the gallery library is situated.

Address: 32 Wita Stwosza Street

Opening hours:
Mondays – closed

Tuesdays - Sundays - 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. *

Tickets:
8 PLN – normal

4 PLN – reduced

*free admission on Wednesdays



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