Robert Fludd, Utriusque Cosmi Historia, Oppenheim, 1617
Opening: Saturday, May 16th, 2015, 4 pm

“The familiar recedes ever further and further into the background. … The contours of the objective world fade more and more and so it goes, step by step, until finally the world — ‘everything we loved and by which we have lived’ — becomes lost to sight. (…)

Lecker Lezmi
Opening: Saturday, May 16th, 2015, 4 pm

The exhibition project TRACK-22 focuses on conflict as an omnipresent and permanent feature of our age. In the same way that specific hot spots become rooted in a collective consciousness, the visual coverage of conflicts creates an inexhaustible bank of pictorial memory; but one that (…)

93346b0fc83e89ad657aaa368458d917_Chantal Regnault_Temperance and Octavia Saint Laurent
Opening: Saturday, May 16th, 2015, 4 pm

What do I see when I look at Nicki Minaj? As soon as I look beyond what is in her case impossible to overlook, I can see the madness of excess, a complete jumbled confusion. I begin to be agitated by the mental shortcuts and political correctness that have allowed me to consider (…)

Opening: March 21st, 2015, 2 pm

Roland Wirtz’s exhibition immediatus (Latin for ‘non-mediated’) is an account of personally and historically significant locations captured in the last days of their existence. Meditative in tone, the works shown therein deal with myths about epoch-making and final events, exemplify the ways these are (…)

Opening: 11 February 2015, 6 pm

Kombucha is nothing else but a fermented drink of sweetened tea, originally made in Japan from kombu, an edible seaweed. The seemingly innocuous jellylike substance is said to have unusual healing properties such as cleansing and regeneration of the body, stimulation of the immune system and (…)

Opening: Thursday 18 December, 6 pm

The Muhlenberg legend, Heribert Illig’s thesis of the invented Middle Ages or the Protocols of the Elders of Zion… such historical conspiracy theories have long preoccupied those obsessed with the past, and they are a fascinating, if controversial, contribution to contemporary culture. For Hubert Gromny and (…)

wizual fot. Weronika Szmuc_dla KBF
Friday 19 December 2014, 2 pm

The performance by Olof Olsson, which he has prepared for the Bunkier Sztuki Collection, will be related to the history and relics of the Wawel Hill. It draws on the project entitled Wawel Castle the Centre for Contemporary Art – a fictitious institution of contemporary art (…)