Adam Rzepecki, The old Rzepecki looks at the young Rzepecki
19 May – 18 October 2020

The exhibition at Bunkier Sztuki is the first such comprehensive Kraków showcase of Adam Rzepecki’s works. By and large, its character is retrospective, as seen in the two-part structure. The first part, placed in the ground floor spaces, presents the works (mainly photographs) which (…)

Piotr Lutyński, Buddha, Mars and Deer
8 February – 11 March 2020

How to grasp and describe the totality of our experience? Is it possible when facing the vastness of the universe? These existential questions arise from Piotr Lutyński’s works to be presented in the Bunkier Sztuki Gallery exhibition. The latest pieces will be set side (…)

AGATA KUS HORROR PICTURE SHOW
7 December 2019 – 19 January 2020

This is the first major showcase of paintings and ceramics by the young Krakow artist Agata Kus. Over 100 artworks spanning the 2009–2019 period will be displayed at the exhibition. About a dozen of them were created specifically for this occasion. The title of (…)

Anna Sztwiertnia, Sanktuarium | Sanctuary
26.9-3.11.2019

Sanktuarium / Sanctuary is Anna Sztwiertnia’s first solo exhibition at a public cultural institution. A graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts (ASP) in Krakow, Anna Sztwiertnia is interested in the subject of spirituality and rituals that foster its development. In her works, she (…)

Kamil Kukla, Fruits and Maws. Painting, sculpture, music
26.9-17.11.2019

In my spare time I browse websites like Reddit or 4chan. This is how I satisfy my rather embarrassing hankering for content, which is, generally speaking, improper, ousted and culturally repressed. These dark corners of the web have become a fertile ground for alt-right (…)

Richard Mosse, Incoming
26.9-31.10.2019

For a number of years, Europe has been experiencing its greatest refugee crisis since World War II. Those currently classified as refugees are people who have fled their home country due to political, ethnic, religious or gender persecution. Going back often equals death. The (…)

Polish artists in the Bunkier Sztuki Collection
10.08–1.09.2019

Currently, the Bunkier Sztuki Collection is comprised of 400 works by dozens of Polish and foreign artists. The history of the Collection dates back to the opening of the Gallery in the mid-1960s. As a member institution within the network of Bureaus of Art (…)