One of the most interesting museums in Lodz is located in the magnificent mansion built for the family of one of the wealthiest factory owners of the 19th century Lodz, Izrael K. Poznańki. Historic interiors are venues to concerts, vernissages, balls, and banquets. The palace two-story gallery is famous for the temporary exhibitions of the most appreciated artists in the world, such as Salvador Dali, Joan Miro, Marc Chagalle, or Max Ernst. The institution conducts educational activities for children and youth in the form of workshops, outdoor sessions, and museum classes. The palace building neighbors Poznański’s revitalized factory complex, Manufaktura. Right next to the palace is the garden. Contemporary artists of Lodz display their open-air sculptures that are part of the Alley of Sculpture embedded in the green spaces of the garden.
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