2763 names and surnames – that’s how many people have actively cooperated with the Bunkier Sztuki Gallery since 1994. That’s with how many people we have signed various types of agreements (employment contracts, job order contracts, contracts to perform a specified task, licensing agreements). (…)

Can You Feel It?

I’ve fallen in love. Crazy in love. Head over heels in love. As if possessed, I follow him with my thoughts, with my senses, yearning to meet, to be with him, to stay with him, if only for a moment. He doesn’t exist. (…)

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

Domestic Animals presents the works of local artists and artists of the younger generation, for whom the common denominator is the personal nature of the work. The exhibition is an attempt to diagnose the situation of contemporary artists whose artistic activities are focused on (…)

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

Inexhaustibility is an exhibition which aims to develop a new hybrid formula for presenting sound in a gallery – it does not fit into the framework of institutionalized sound art, but rather deepens reflection on conventional scenarios such as concert, performance and the environment. (…)

The Trouble with Value | Onomatopee
Opening: 21st April 2018, 6 p.m.

Following its first chapter at Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art, Krakow, Poland The Trouble with Value arrives with a second iteration to Onomatopee. Curated by Kris Dittel (Onomatopee) and Krzysztof Siatka (Bunkier Sztuki), opening at Onomatopee, Eindhoven on Saturday, April 21, 18:00 – (…)

Opening: Friday, 20th April, 2018, 5.30 p.m.

“A sprawl of snowy hills and ugly roads…there is no one to see them” (0) The exhibition Orient is a meditation on the Eastern European identity. As the unifying aspect of this unclear region, it considers the failure of its own identity. The contradictory (…)

Space of Flows: Framing an Unseen Reality (Krakow Photomonth 2018)
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 (…)