Paused by the pandemic, “A Cut of Cinema!” exhibition has been opened! So I am in a hurry to invite you to visit the ZODIAK Warsaw’s Pavilion of Architecture and to watch my lecture on neon cinema.
And again…. around cinemas
The exhibition “A Cut of Cinema!” at the ZODIAK Warsaw’s Pavilion of Architecture is an opportunity to get to know Warsaw cinemas. But not only. It is also a treat for neon lovers.
A Whip-round for the Sailor
Firstly – a small cinema and big dreams, secondly – three women, and in the background the sound of sea waves. This is what I have before my eyes when I think about the cinema in Jastarnia. Only one thing is missing in this frame – warm neon light. I talk to Patrycja Blindow, co-owner of the cinema, about how it can change soon and thanks to you.
Bubbles and a monument to joy
The Flamingo Champagne Tower was one of the first such majestic neon installations in Las Vegas. But that’s the reason it became a discovery for me. Aren’t these bubbles familiar with a certain Polish project?
The cinema, or about Skarpa neon sign
Skarpa was one of the most important cinemas in Warsaw. What remained form it is a neon, which today is in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Please watch my movie.
Polish Design Gallery
Polish design has recently gained a permanent place at the National Museum in Warsaw. For the collections of this institution, the gallery is microscopic but definitely worth seeing.