24 June 1937 was just a regular day; there was nothing exceptional that day in the city’s history. However, this Lviv of everyday life best demonstrates the uniqueness of the city and its place on the map of 20th century modernity. The exhibition is a comprehensive presentation of the achievements of Lviv architects, shown against the backdrop of other areas of the city’s cultural life. Based on public and private collections from Poland and Ukraine, the exhibition is a diverse portrait of a Modernist city and highlights the role of Lviv as a centre of modernity during the times of the Second Polish Republic.
International Cultural Centre, Kraków
From 30 November 2017 until 4 March 2018