Opening: 15.05.2016 (Sunday), 1 pm

The exhibition presents works by three art collectives that can be defined as collective research platforms working in the field of contemporary photography, visual culture, and publishing. Discipula We live in a society that has fully embodied the neoliberal vision of a global and homogeneous world. Thanks (…)

Opening: 3.06.2016 (Friday), 6 pm

“Aurélien Froment / Krzysztof Pijarski. Moiré” is an exceptional presentation of works of two artists based on the phenomenon of interference, that is, the overlapping of individual interests, methods, and models of work. Both share fascination with the issues of identity, history, and cultural (…)

Opening: 3.06.2016 (Friday), 6 pm

“− I would like to know which article you decided to delete. − I chose article 5 of the civil code, it deletion has catastrophic consequences. − We’d no longer live in a democracy. − Where would we be? − In a country where all power rests in one hand. […] (…)

Opening: 4.03.2016 (Friday), 5 pm

“All Mounds Can Be Seen From My Window” is an international group exhibition that brings together paintings, objects, scenes and quotations to tell a story of an institution – the present Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art. Some half a century ago Krakow’s daily newspapers have announced: (…)

Opening: Saturday, December 19, 2 pm

Overly transient and too demanding in terms of conditions for functioning. Susceptible to changes in surroundings. Reactive to established relations or deprived of proper form upon performance of planned actions. Works held in the Bunkier Sztuki Collection are comparable to endospores in that they are more of (…)

Opening: 25.11.2015 (Wednesday), 6 pm

Mrs. Miller – the protagonist of “Details,” a short story by an English writer, China Miéville – suffers from a peculiar affliction: she is tormented by compulsive visions. In every line, crack and crease in her surroundings she cannot but see strange and frightening creatures that (…)

Opening: July 4th, 2015 (Saturday), 4 pm

In his ‘general theory of economy’, Georges Bataille compares accumulating goods to attempts at storing solar energy. According to the laws of nature, it is not possible to store it and therefore it must be lost. War is one of the most extreme forms of squandering the (…)