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Time: 4.00pm - 5.30pm
Speaker(s): Julia Griffin, Art Historian and Author
The Young Poland movement emerged in the 1890s in response to Poland's non-existence for almost a century. The lecture will illuminate the case study of Karol Kłosowski (1882–1971) and his Silent Villa – a Total Work of Art and an Arts and Crafts house. Kłosowski came from Podolia (today's Ukraine) and settled down in Zakopane, the heart of the Young Poland movement.
Part of the series 'From Tallinn to Tbilisi: Art Across Boundaries in the Age of Empire'
Seventh event in this seven-part series. Further details can be found here: Tallinn to Tbilisi - Exhibitions, conferences and events - Visual and Material Culture Research Centre - Kingston School of Art - Kingston University
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