Situated between economic giants Germany and Russia, Poland emerged as a well-established nation. However, as a result of its geographical positioning, Poland repeatedly fell under the jurisdiction of its powerful neighbors. Despite several reformations, Poland continued to keep its aesthetically distinct art presence. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Japanese government and Poland. To celebrate this poignant milestone, TOP Museum is holding an exhibition that highlights the ambition and ambiguity of contemporary Polish art while simultaneously providing insight into the issues associated with shifting European relations.