World Press Photo 13

The exhibition World Press Photo is showing at Bunkier Sztuki for the 16th time! The previous editions attracted more than 400 000 viewers. Each year, an independent international jury, consisting of nineteen members, judges the entries in nine different categories, submitted by photojournalists, agencies, newspapers (…)

World Press Photo 12

The exhibition World Press Photo is showing at Bunkier Sztuki for the 15th time! The previous editions attracted almost 400 000 viewers. Each year, an independent international jury, consisting of nineteen members, judges the entries in nine different categories, submitted by photojournalists, agencies, newspapers and (…)

Krakow Photomonth

19.05-17.06.2012 Mentor Curator: Charlotte Cotton Curator: Karol Hordziej Co-ordination: Joanna Gorlach, Renata Zawartka JOIN US! Celebrate our 10th anniversary, celebrate photography! This year Krakow Photomonth’s innovation is the Experimental Section. The Photography in Everyday Life project was created by a team of Polish activists, artists, (…)

Łukasz Jastrubczak // Mirage

Łukasz Jastrubczak’s exhibition Mirage is a multi-thread journey into the Amazonian jungle and the desert swathes of the south-west USA. It is a journey through the history of perspective as well as the films of Alfred Hitchcock. The American Dream meets the ‘South American Myth’ in (…)

Gert Weigelt // Absolutely Pina

The exhibition of the dancer and photographer Gert Weigelt shows a selection of spectacles by Pina Bausch and the Wuppertal Dance Theatre presented in photographic sequences, collages and video compilations.

Wojciech Gilewicz // Studio

Wojciech Gilewicz’s exhibition Studio combines, in a new format, a gallery presentation of contemporary art with innovative educational techniques. The project carried out in Krakow’s Bunkier Sztuki Gallery is a continuation and extension of the exhibition Sale shown at the BWA Awangarda Gallery in Wrocław, Poland in (…)

Kinga Araya // Walking with Kinga

Kinga Araya’s project Walking with Kinga is based on the concept of walking and talking, which the artist has been developing over the years. The result is a multicultural activity which encompasses places in Italy, Poland and Hungary with links to the history of Saint Kinga (…)