Opening: Friday, 13th April 2018, 6 p.m.

Featuring an international selection of artists, the 16th edition of Krakow Photomonth focuses on movements and flows of people, information, and substances within and across physical and virtual spaces. Bringing together issues about migration to and within contemporary Europe, the invisibility and intangibility of digital (…)

Opening: Friday, December 15th, 6 p.m.

Discussing an array of artworks, the curators came across some intriguing voices telling a tangled story about the symbolic and economic value a work of art holds, being a product of its creator’s labour; and there came hope that these would provide some insights into contemporary notions (…)

Opening: Friday, December 15th, 6 p.m.

Communicating Vessels revolve around objects and installations constructed as either processes or events. They do not entirely belong to the non-material domain, nor do they fit the stereotypical image of a fixed piece of art. Life cycles of such works are dependent on properties of fragile and volatile (…)

25 October – 7 November

During the exhibition ‘Pretext’ Artificial Intelligence writes text based on the algorithm of logical association of semantic words by searching the database through its own indexing. By combining the words AI makes short sentences, and can create associations between them. While creating longer phrases, (…)

9 September through 12 November 2017

The exhibition “Masterless Voices” is Ines Doujak’s first individual show in Poland. Doujak studied Textiles at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, but she quickly abandoned traditional crafts in favour of art, inspired by the native peoples of South America and their belief that (…)

View of the exhibition
9 September through 12 November 2017

The exhibition “A New Region of the World”, showing in Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art (8 Sept. – 12 Nov. 2017), will be a part of this year’s Conrad Festival (23 Oct. – 29 Oct. 2017). The exhibition takes as its starting point Joseph (…)

Lisa Barnard, Lawnmower, from the Mapping the Territory series © Lisa Barnard. Courtesy of the artist
Opening: Saturday, May 20th, 4 pm

In an era where the world is scourged by ongoing conflict and ever-shifting battlefronts, images of wars have become almost interchangeable within the news media. Journalistic photography seems to have lost its power to define the essence of individual conflicts, but instead has become an ongoing (…)