Destination Culture — Where to Find Interesting Events in 2024?

Reading time 🕗 3 minutes | May 20, 2024 | Text Klara Krysiak

Do you dream of a journey that combines your love for art with the desire to explore new places? That's fantastic because 2024 is brimming with an abundance of extraordinary cultural events! Now you can participate in them while visiting the most beautiful corners of Europe. Intrigued? In that case, we invite you to join us in exploring the cities on the “must-visit” list for every art enthusiast.

🖼️🎨 Major Cultural Events in 2024:

  • 60th Venice Biennale
  • Frans Hals in Amsterdam
  • Caspar David Friedrich in Berlin
  • Roy Lichtenstein in Vienna
  • Paris 1874: Inventing Impressionism
  • Surrealism. Other Myths in Warsaw
  • (Jewish) Shtetl Opatów through the Eyes of Majer Kirszenblat in Warsaw
  • To Understand Noble Art is an Art in Kielce

60th Venice Biennale

April 20–November 24, 2024

The Venice Biennale is a biennial event and the foremost showcase of contemporary world art. Want to participate? Be sure to take an art trip to Italy and discover that the level of artistic creativity presented there is exceptionally high!

Good to know! In addition to the famous exhibitions at Giardini and Arsenale, many accompanying events are organized throughout Venice.

And us? Well… If we could plan just one art trip this year, we would unhesitatingly book a flight to Venice for the Biennale.

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
The cost of the ticket includes the flight, taxes, airport fees and other additional charges, including fuel surcharges. In addition, you can take on board carry-on baggage up to 8 kg and a personal item!
View of the City and the River, Venice

The Splendor of Baroque by Frans Hals in Amsterdam

Rijksmuseum | February 16–June 9, 2024

In 2023, the Rijksmuseum organized the largest exhibition ever, showcasing the treasures of Vermeer’s paintings. Now, during your visit to the gallery, you can see a grand monograph centered on Frans Hals, one of the most renowned Dutch portraitists of the Baroque era.

What was Frans Hals like? Unconventional, witty, and a bit rough around the edges — he is one of the few painters who defined the 17th century. Book a flight to Amsterdam and admire the most magnificent works of this master at the Rijksmuseum from February 16 to June 9, 2024.

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
The cost of the ticket includes the flight, taxes, airport fees and other additional charges, including fuel surcharges. In addition, you can take on board carry-on baggage up to 8 kg and a personal item!
Main Entrance to the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam

250th Anniversary of Caspar David Friedrich's Birth in Berlin

Alte Nationalgalerie | April 19–August 4, 2024

In 2024, we will celebrate the 250th anniversary of Caspar David Friedrich's birth. To mark this occasion, a series of thematically distinct exhibitions will be held in Berlin at the Hamburger Kunsthalle, Alte Nationalgalerie, and Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden.

The life and work of the painter will also be honored in his hometown of Greifswald through a year-long program of events. See Caspar David Friedrich's works in person and book your flight to Berlin.

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
The cost of the ticket includes the flight, taxes, airport fees and other additional charges, including fuel surcharges. In addition, you can take on board carry-on baggage up to 8 kg and a personal item!
Europe, Germany, Berlin, Brandenburg Gate

Retrospective of Roy Lichtenstein in Vienna

Albertina | March 8–July 14, 2024

Book a flight to Vienna and join an art expedition for true pop art fans! Roy Lichtenstein would have turned 100 this year, and the ALBERTINA Museum will commemorate the artist with an extensive retrospective featuring over 90 paintings, sculptures, and prints.

Alongside Andy Warhol and Jackson Pollock, Roy Lichtenstein is considered one of the most influential and significant American artists of the 20th century.

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
The cost of the ticket includes the flight, taxes, airport fees and other additional charges, including fuel surcharges. In addition, you can take on board carry-on baggage up to 8 kg and a personal item!
View of the Albertina Museum of Art in Vienna

Paris 1874: Inventing Impressionism

Musée d’Orsay | March 26–July 14, 2024

Did you know that exactly 150 years ago, in 1874, the first Impressionist exhibition was held? To mark this occasion, exhibitions dedicated to Impressionism are planned worldwide in 2024. One of these can be seen at the Musée d’Orsay. Book your flights to Paris between March 26 and July 14, 2024.

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
The cost of the ticket includes the flight, taxes, airport fees and other additional charges, including fuel surcharges. In addition, you can take on board carry-on baggage up to 8 kg and a personal item!
View from the River of the Musée d’Orsay in Paris

Surrealism. Other Myths in Warsaw

National Museum | May 10 – August 11, 2024

Occasionally, you don't need to travel to the other side of the world for a proper gallery visit. If you're interested in surrealist trends in Polish art over the last century, we invite you to the Warsaw exhibition “Surrealism. Other Myths” at the National Museum.

The exhibition showcases various surrealist techniques, highlighting the global, inclusive, and diverse nature of this art movement. In addition to works from the National Museum in Warsaw's collection, you will see pieces on loan from other Polish museums, international institutions, and private collections. Book your flight to Warsaw and experience surrealism from a different perspective!

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
The cost of the ticket includes the flight, taxes, airport fees and other additional charges, including fuel surcharges. In addition, you can take on board carry-on baggage up to 8 kg and a personal item!
Złota Street in Warsaw

(Jewish) Art Journeys... Shtetl Opatów

POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw | May 17–December 16, 2024

Book a flight to Warsaw and see “Shtetl Opatów”—an extraordinary temporary exhibition that presents the history of towns known as shtetls, inhabited by both Poles and Jews before the war. The everyday lives of these communities are vividly depicted through the paintings of Majer Kirszenblat, who, by portraying his memories, revives the past events.

The exhibition is further enriched with objects acquired from collectors and private donors, photographs, and artworks that reference the art of Majer Kirszenblat.

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
The cost of the ticket includes the flight, taxes, airport fees and other additional charges, including fuel surcharges. In addition, you can take on board carry-on baggage up to 8 kg and a personal item!
Interior of the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw

To Understand Noble Art is an Art

National Museum in Kielce | April 30 – September 29, 2024

“To Understand Noble Art is an Art” is a tribute to the work of Jacek Kaczmarski, a Polish poet and singer-songwriter who often drew inspiration from the masterpieces of various eras. The exhibition coincides with the 20th anniversary of the artist's death and showcases the parallels between his work and visual arts.

The exhibition features works that directly inspired Kaczmarski's lyrics, as well as those that address similar significant cultural, historical, and philosophical themes. Each piece is accompanied by Kaczmarski's texts and the opportunity to listen to the corresponding song. Visitors will also see paintings by Kaczmarski's parents, family memorabilia, and archival materials.

Summary

Do you love art as much as we do? Don't miss the upcoming cultural events! Visit the beautiful Venice during the Biennale, or head to Amsterdam to admire Frans Hals' works at the Rijksmuseum.

If you want something different, Berlin is celebrating the 250th anniversary of Caspar David Friedrich's birth. For pop art enthusiasts, there's a retrospective of Roy Lichtenstein at ALBERTINA in Vienna.

Don't forget about Paris and the exceptional Impressionist exhibition at Musée d’Orsay. Meanwhile, the National Museum in Warsaw invites you to explore its surrealism exhibition.

Book your flight now and don't miss these extraordinary events! Destination? Art.

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