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 (…)

KRAKOW ARTISTIC MEETINGS 2019 - DIALOGUES. PAINTING SCULPTURE DRAWING
28.06 - 28.07.2019

KRAKOW ARTISTIC MEETINGS 2019 – DIALOGUES. PAINTING SCULPTURE DRAWING   ZPAP_ASP 28.06 – 28.07.2019 opening: 28.06.2019, at 5 pm Curators: Joanna Warchoł (painting), Maria Moroz (sculpture) In Memory of the Artists of Independent Poland 28.06 – 28.07.2019 opening: 28.06.2019, at 5 pm Curators: Zbigniew (…)

The Night Face Up
27.04–16.06.2019

  This exhibition was inspired by an intuitive insight into the history of Latin American literature, its real and magical narrative and by the total artists whose fates are etched into it. It is intended as a visual and poetic story spun by contemporary (…)

You Are What You Eat
27.04–16.06.2019

Nowadays, perhaps more than ever, our relation to what we produce, eat, and ingest has become increasingly politicised. Food recipes and diet trends have turned into moral status claims, badges of political affiliation, even hopes for redemption. From advertising billboards, cooking blogs, and mouth-watering (…)

Anna Molska, Open field, flat terrain
26.01–31.03.2019

Existence is a glissando. It is disharmony. Sometimes, a particular tone will stand out in this discordant sea of notes. A tender clarinet. A delicate violin. Agneta Pleijel, Wróżba (Krakow, 2016)   Did you know that the number of vehicles in a motor convoy (…)

Rebecca Moss, From the sublime to the ridiculous
26.01–31.03.2019

From the sublime to the ridiculous at the Bunkier Sztuki Gallery is the first solo exhibition of this young British artist who is interested in moments of disruption, chaos and failure. In 2016 Moss came under the spotlight in the British media when she (…)

Irena Kalicka, Harvest Festival
26.01–31.03.2019

Well, what have we got here this time? The obvious answer would be “the usual.” However, such answer doesn’t reveal much when it comes to an exhibition, does it? Should we give you more? All right. Our subject is violence and all forms of (…)