Exhibitors at the 19. WAF

Take a look at the gallery of photos showing the stands of exhibitors who took part in the 19th Warsaw Art Fair. This year we hosted 95 exhibitors (including galleries, antique stores, and publishing houses)!

Thank you all very much for participating in the event!

This is what the 17th WAF was like

It is nice to sometimes get back to the memories of recent editions. We invite you to a virtual 3D walk around our fair. You can look into any gallery, get closer to each work again. Unfortunately, we will not talk to the exhibitors and artists. Such things only during the next Fair. Meetings, art, atmosphere, conversations about art, interesting people.

That’s all back in October 2020.

link to the virtual 3D walk: https://wnetrza3d.pl/realizacje/warszawskie-targi-sztuki/warszawskie-targi-sztuki-2019/

The most interesting stall of old and modern art at the 17th WAF

During each edition of the Fair we award prizes for the most interesting stand of ancient and contemporary art. In this way, we try to appreciate the exposition, presentation of galleries, and distinguishing exhibitors.

This year we awarded:

The most interesting stand of contemporary art:

  1. Limitededition.pl

The most interesting stand of ancient art:

N7. Sarmatia antiques

Meetings at the 17th WAF

The Fair is not only a place for paintings on the walls. It is a place of meeting of people, conversations about art, and interesting discussions with artists.

Here are some of them who visited our Fair. We know very well that there were many more of them.

  • Andrzej Pągowski, Leon Tarasewicz, Bronisław Krzysztof, Marcin Rząsa, Czesław Czapliński, Stanisław Cukier, Stanisław Wieczorek, Tomasz Górnicki, Koji Kamoji, Szymon Brodziak, Beata Czapska… and many more.
Jerzy Nowosielski, Pejzaż, 1985, 50 x 70 cm

Plan a visit to fair

Warsaw Art Fair is coming soon.

We encourage you to familiarise yourselves with the list of exhibitors and an interesting program. Meetings with artists, Jerzy Nowosielski’s exhibition, or perhaps an exhibition of more than 1000 pieces of art?

All that, and even more, on October 11-13, 2019.


Tickets for the event available on:  goingapp.pl

Information for guestes

fot. Jerzy Nowosielski, Pejzaż, 1985, 50 x 70 cm

Programme of the 17th WAF


Opening hours:

Friday: 17:00-20:00

Saturday: 11:00-20:00

Sunday: 11:00-18:00


17.00 – 17.30 – Grand Opening

17.30 – 18.30

Lecture: „Między abstrakcją a figuracją – dwujęzyczność Jerzego Nowosielskiego” hosted by dr Krystyna Czerni.


12.00 – 13.00

Meeting with an artist: World success of the Polish poster. Meeting with an outstanding creator of posters – Andrzej Pągowski, will be hosted by a journalist: Weronika Wawrzkowicz – Nasternak.

13.30 – 14.00

Jubilee: Andzelm Gallery, Gallery of Contemorary Art from Lublin (stand no. 7) on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of their activity invites you for a glass of champagne.


Award: the solemn award of the annual „Collecting – learning and promotion” Award of Feliks Jasieński for 2018.

15.00 – 16.00

Meeting with an artist: Leon Tarasewicz – on of the most significant contemporary Polish artists; hosted by Małgorzata Piwowar, journalist.

16.30 – 17.00

Meeting with an artist: prof. Stanisław Wieczorek. Master will present his works at the stand of the Art Gallery on Prosta st. (stand no. 37).

17.00 – 18.00

Promotion of the book: „Krytyk jako dzieło sztuki” [“Critic as a work of art”] – by the appreciated art critic Jan Michalski; hosted by Łukasz Radwan (TVN journalist)


11.45 – 12.30

Lecture: dedicated to the unique exhibition „Poland 1840-1918. To illustrate the spirit of the nation” in the Musée du Louvre-Lens in France led by the curators of the National Museum in Warsaw: Iwona Danielewicz i dr hab. Agnieszka Rosales-Rodríguez (in the National Museum in Warsaw she is a curator of the Polish Art Collectoins until 1914).

12.30 – 13.00

Meeting with an artist: Polish premiere of Szymon Brodziak’s photo album “You are what you see” in Brodziak Gallery (stand no. 15).

13.00 – 13.45

Meeting with an artist: On the occasion of the 180th anniversary of the invention of photography, Czesław Czapliński, an acclaimed photographer, will present portraits and stories of the most outstanding photographers from the world and Poland which he met and photographed in more than 40 years.

13.15 – 13.45

Jubilee: Artemis – Gallery of Contemorary Art from Cracow (stand no. 10) on the occasion of the 25thanniversary of their activity invites you for a glass of champagne.

13.45 – 14.15

Meeting with an artist: Limited Edition Gallery from Warsaw (stand no. 17) invites for a meeting with Józef Wilkoń and a promotion of an artistic book „Ach te Baby”.

14.30 – 15.30

Discussion panel: The style of Zakopane – still inspiring for artists? – moderator Stanisław Cukier, sculptor, long-time director of the Zespołu Szkół Plastycznych im. A. Kenara and sculptors – graduates of the school, Bronisław Krzysztof and Marcin Rząsa. 


Meeting with Joanna Hubner-Wojciechowska, the author of the book “Sztuka Skalnego Podhala.”

16.00 – 17.00
Discussion panel: Why create and own art? Why is art important in the context of psychology and psychology in the conext of art? Specialists from different fields will talk about what Lew Tolstoy called the “infectious emotionality” of art. Poland is a pioneer in the conduct of art therapy.

Moderator – Katarzyna Sroczyńska (journalist) and dr hab. prof. nadz. UAP Robert Bartel (arttherapist, artist), dr Julia E. Wahl (psychologist) and Karolina M. Wojciechowska (lawyer).

Prize: a draw of 3 business cards of our guests to choose winners of Zbigniew Beksiński’s graphics.


Jerzy Nowosielski photographed by Jan Styczyński.

“The Warsaw Art Fair will be accompanied by an exhibition of works by Jerzy Nowosielski and photographs by Jan Styczyński, who captured the artist at work, at home or during his walks in Cracow. An album titles “Pantheon”, where Jerzy Nowosielski is one of the heroes, will be also available. The presented photographs are from the album prepared by the Warszawska Galeria Obserwacja. At the stand of the gallery (no. 19) you will be able to purchase a set of the above-mentioned photographies in collector’s form (a set of 10 photographs) as well as the said album.”