Ujazdowski Castle is a historical building located in the heart of the city of Warsaw. A former summer residence of Polish kings, the building is situated along the city's Royal Route and is home to the Centre for Contemporary Art. It is also an ideal venue for conferences, seminars, promotional events and banquets.
Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art is also a place where art can be created, presented and documented in all its forms. Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art pursues its statutory objectives through organisation of exhibitions, theatre performances, performance activities, modern music concerts, experimental films and video art shows. Apart from visual arts it also engages in projects related to design, fashion and architecture. A rich and diverse programme of the Centre aims at presenting modern art as part of the dynamic process of its transformation. The programme includes creative workshops and an educational programme directed towards both ordinary audience and students of art schools and art history faculties from all around Poland.
Through its activities, Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art's facilitates contacts, cooperation and cultural exchange with numerous countries all around the globe. It presents the achievements of foreign artists in Poland as well as the output of Polish artists abroad.