Website accessibility

WEBSITE ACCESSIBILITY ‘’ accessibility statement

The Museum of Modern Art hereby undertakes to ensure accessibility of the webpage, in compliance with the Act ‘on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities’, dated 4 April 2019. The accessibility statement applies to the webpage.
Webpage publication date: 01.0.2021
Last (significantly) updated: 29.03.2021
The webpage is compliant with the Polish Act ‘on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities’.
This statement is made as of 29 March 2021, based on self-assessment carried out by a public entity.
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Feedback and contact details

In the event that a problem has occurred with the website’s digital accessibility for disabled users, do not hesitate to contact us. The person responsible is Mr. Kamil Jóźwik, available at Otherwise, you can use the telephone number +48 578 009 230. Using the same channels, you can apply for making inaccessible information accessible to you or complain about inaccessibility.
The right to request digital accessibility of the webpage, mobile application, or any element thereof, is vested in every person. Making information accessible in an alternative form can also be demanded––for instance, request can be made to have a digitally inaccessible document read out, obtain a description of the content of a film (without audio description), as so on. Any such demand to specify the requester’s details, the website/webpage or mobile application concerned, and method of contact. If the request concerns an alternative form of information, the actual form ought to be determined.
The public entity being requested should process the demand forthwith and not later than within seven (7) days. In case that observance of this time-limit proves impossible, the public entity shall forthwith inform on the feasible date, such a time-limit not to exceed two (2) months. In the event that ensuring accessibility proves to be unfeasible, the public entity may suggest an alternative method of accessing the sought-for information.
In case that the entity has refused to ensure accessibility or alternative access to information, such conduct can be complained against.
In case of all the options exhausted, complaint can be sent to the Commissioner for Human Rights (Ombudsperson) [LINK].