The first film screenings in the Trauma & Revival project / October–December 2016 Possible Encounters in the Space of Extended Memory In the first part of the video program for the Trauma & Revival project we want to address war, memory, and trauma, and (…)

Postwar in the art of the East and West: The international Trauma & Revival project begins in October at the Bunkier Sztuki The Trauma & Revival project uses art to attempt to understand two shell-shocked decades. The period from 1945 to 1968 were experienced (…)

Roland Wirtz, Wiederentdeckung
4.11.2016 (Friday), 14.00

Visit a place of its own kind – though important for Polish art, yet usually forgotten. The so-called Sapphire Studio of Stanisław Wyspiański, a place where the artist painted a series of views of the Kaściuszko Mound at the turn of 1904 and 1905, (…)

Opening of Rocky Landscape. Exhibition in a suitcase
Opening: 15.10 (Saturday), 5 pm

Krõõt Juurak, “The Place of the Grave” A girl was playing in the house and suddenly the Grave came to the girl and said: “Little girl, little girl, you can play here but you have to close the doors and windows.” The girl said (…)

Recollecting. Screening of films by Aurélien Froment
21.08.2016 (Sunday), 3 pm

Paolo Soleri, Friedrich Fröbel, Henry Fourdrinier, Guilio Camillo, Somnath Mukherje, and Ferdinand Cheval – biographies of this culturally and historically diverse group of people are among the topics addressed by Aurélien Froment. Within the frameworks of events closing the exhibition of “Aurélien Froment / (…)

Across structures: author – citizen
7.07.2016 (Thursday), 6 pm

Come to the meeting with Olive Martin about “X. et Y. c/ Préfet de…; Plaidoirie pour une jurisprudence.” Olive Martin and Patrick Bernier, in collaboration with lawyers – Sylvia Preuss-Laussinotte, expert in immigration law, and Sébastien Canevet, specialist in intellectual property rights, analysed the (…)

3.06.2016 (Friday), 6 pm

We would like to invite you to the opening of two exhibitions: “Aurélien Froment / Krzysztof Pijarski. Moiré” and “Text and its Performance.” We would also like to encourage you to follow information about related events and visit the Gallery on free entry days (…)