The new regulations

According to the new regulations in force from 1st to 17th December inclusive, the maximum number of people visiting the Bunkier Sztuki Gallery at the same time is 23. The limit does not apply to vaccinated people.

Krakow Museum Open Doors Day in Bunkier Sztuki

On Sunday, 14th November as part of Krakow Museum Open Doors Day you are invited to the temporary headquarters of Bunkier Sztuki (Rynek Główny 20) to see Leszek Sobocki’s exhibition “Portraits of Cracovians”. The Gallery will be open from 12 noon to 7 pm. (…)

Leszek Sobocki. Portraits of Cracovians
16.10.2021–9.01.2022

A representative display of portraits and self-portraits by Leszek Sobocki. The exhibition comprises paintings executed over the course of the last two decades. Some of them will be shown for the first time. The artist captures both likeness and expression of his sitters. Portraits (…)

Exhibition opening: Krzysztof Penderecki The Musical Score and the Garden. Music in Drawing, Garden in Music
From 4th May 2021

We invite you to the opening of the exhibition of Krzysztof Penderecki: The Musical Score and the Garden. Music in Drawing, Garden in Music. The exhibition will be shown in a temporary residence of the Bunkier Sztuki Art Gallery at Rynek Główny 20. The (…)

The opening of Bunkier Sztuki at Rynek Główny!
Tuesday, 2 February 2021, 12 am

During the renovation of the headquarters at pl. Szczepański 3a, the Gallery moved its exhibition and publishing activities to the Potocki Palace, Rynek Główny 20. The new seat will also include the MOCAK-Bookstore-BUNKIER bookshop. We invite you to the first exhibition presented in the (…)

New publication: Adam Rzepecki "The old Rzepecki looks at the young Rzepecki"

The catalogue contains reproductions of photographic, painterly and textual works and documentation of performative actions by the artist, a member of the Łódź Kaliska Group. Retrospective to a large extent, the publication sums up over 50 years of Adam Rzepecki creative output. More information (…)

New publication: Piotr Lutyński "Buddha, Mars and deer"

The catalogue contains reproductions of paintings, objects, and installations along with photographic documentation of performative actions by the Kraków artist. The publication was enhanced by exhibition and workspace photos. “All the exhibitions of Piotr Lutyński that I have known of seemed to me to (…)