Museum of the University of Wrocław and “Protestant church architecture of the 16th-18th centuries in Europe” present a photography exibition displaying the diversity of protestant church architecture in several countries of Europe.
The event is a part of the celebration of the Reformation Anniversary at the University of Wrocław.
All presented photos were taken by the participants of the research project during their field trips. Our guests will not only travel to picturesque places all around the continent – from Alpine vineyards to the fjords of Norway – to discover the churches of all shapes and sizes, but also find answers to some gripping questions: How did Scottish lords take part in the service? Are there any church interiors designed by women? What Reformation related treasures hides Melania’s Trump hometown? And – last but not least – what was the purpose for attaching forky branches to the benches inside a Norwegian church?
The exhibition started May 12th, and will last until November 15th.
Idea of the exhibition and academic support: Prof. Jan Harasimowicz
Curators: Anna Michalska, Urszula Rozpara
12 May 2017
15 November 2017