Suna and Inan Kıraç Foundation Pera Museum plays host to a great exhibition focused on the orientalist movements in Polish art, on the occasion of celebrations of 600th anniversary of Poland-Turkey diplomatic and cultural relations. The exhibition, spread over three floors of the museum, presents art lovers more than 180 paintings, sketches, textiles and lithographs from art of Poland. The roots in Poland, of orientalism, which is identified by interest towards eastern cultures manifesting itself as a European centered cultural movement in the fields of art, architecture, music, literature and theater; go back to middle ages. That consecutive wars and relationships with the Ottomans has left a permanent impression in Polish culture can be observed in garments, interior design, weapons, horses and rider accessories, as an impact of eastern lifestyle. The exhibition “Orientalism in Polish Art “, which covers a period ranging from 17th century to early 19th century, set up in seven parts under curatorship of Prof. Dr. Tadeusz Majda, will be open to visitors until January 18, 2015 at Pera Museum.