Since the UK voted to leave the European Union on 23 June, a cloud of uncertainty has hovered over what this will mean for our European relationships. Most importantly for the arts, this includes cross-cultural partnerships and access to EU funding that has brought the work of numerous European artists to UK galleries and helped us export talent across Europe.
Poland joined the EU in 2004 along with nine other countries. In terms of immigration to the UK from EU countries it is by far the most important country: an estimated 800,000 people born in Poland were resident in the UK in 2015, with the next closest EU country being Ireland at 390,000. So how then has Brexit been received by Polish artists and curators, both in the UK and Poland?
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