The authoress describes an exhibition held at the Ethnographic Museum in Cracow, showing the less known side of Andrzej Wajda - his connections with ethnography. The exhibits originate from assorted periods in the director's life and display his years-long interests, initiated by a meeting with Prof. Roman Reinfuss, who collected and catalogued valuable art works that survived the war in the environs of Cracow and in the region of Podhale.
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