The films of Krzysztof Kieślowski in world film posters exhibition is a poster tribute highlighting the rich trajectory of films of the acclaimed Polish director Krzysztof Kieślowski. Curated by the Film Museum in Łódź (Muzeum Kinematografii w Łodzi), the exhibition consists of 45 film posters featuring some of Kieślowski’s most critically lauded films, made in the years between 1976 and 1994.
Posters designed by such renowned artists as Andrzej Pągowski , Jakub Erol, and Andrzej Krauze are a major highlight of the selection, which are a combination of both graphic and photographic poster styles, and also include Andrzej Pągowski’s poster for the 1979 drama “Camera Buff” which was awarded by the magazine, “The Hollywood Reporter”.
The exhibition presents posters designed in various languages apart from English and Polish including those in Spanish, Italian, Korean, Dutch, Czech, German, French, Russian, and Hungarian.
The exhibition was previously presented in Düsseldorf, Leipzig, Trondheim, Bari, Budapest, Singapore, Jerusalem, Haifa, Cáceres, Corinth, Paris, and Stuttgart.
The exhibition is co-financed by the Polish Film Institute in Warsaw and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland.
The exhibition has been brought to India by the Polish Institute, New Delhi. It also being presented at the International Film Festival of India, Goa as part of a Kieślowski retrospective to mark the 25th anniversary of the premiere of Kieślowski’s cult-classic series The Decalogue.
Photo: Archives of Film Museum in Łódź.