Aga Sablinska

A citizen of both Poland and the United States, Aga Sablinska is a cultural communications specialist by day and an occasional writer by night. Aga received her Masters in 20th Century Central European Art and Culture from the Courtauld Institute of Art, and has a passion for sharing knowledge about Polish artists and cultural history with international audiences. After several years in London, Aga is now based in NYC, where she can often be found searching for Polish treats in Greenpoint. Follow her on Twitter here.

From sketches to stage design, Franciszka Themerson’s improvised witty visuals knew no bounds

From sketches to stage design, Franciszka Themerson’s improvised witty visuals knew no bounds

Teresa Pągowska’s restrained postwar art celebrates female bodies on unprimed canvas

Teresa Pągowska’s restrained postwar art celebrates female bodies on unprimed canvas

Cancelled Polish adaptation of Kafka play in New York raises questions over censorship from Warsaw 

Cancelled Polish adaptation of Kafka play in New York raises questions over censorship from Warsaw 

Why 70s art provocateur Maria Pinińska-Bereś is still so relevant in today’s Poland

Why 70s art provocateur Maria Pinińska-Bereś is still so relevant in today’s Poland