A popup museum at the Plac Szczepański branch of Krakow’s National Museum this Saturday explores a unique and bittersweet them: regret.
Echoing similar exhibitions tied to human emotion and memory such as Zagreb’s Museum of Broken Relationships and Krakow’s own annual Human Library, the Museum of Regrets aims to explore both modern, personal regret and that which shaped international politics and history throughout the 20th century. (It’s an appropriate tie-in, as the popup accompanies the longer-term Krakow 1900 exhibition on display there.)
Organized by international students in Krakow, the Museum of Regrets is open on Saturday, 19 January at Plac Szczepański 9 from 12:30 – 15:00. Admission is free.