HIDE-AND-SEEK. An Academic Conference
15–16.03.2018 (Thursday–Friday)

The conference Hide-and-seek: Absence, invisibility, and contemporary art practices addresses invisibility of contemporary art practices in widely understood public sphere, where the latter concerns both urban and rural space, the Internet, as well as museum and galleries, public collections of contemporary art, art festivals (…)

Modern Football as a Metaphor of a Capitalist Society
February 3rd, 2018 (Saturday),

We hereby invite you to a meeting dedicated to phenomena occurring at the intersection of football and capitalism. Is the organization and functioning of modern football still guided by the logic of an athletic competition? What do Wisła and Cracovia fans, and the proliferation (…)

"The Trouble with Value": guided tour by the curator Kris Dittel
January 20th, 2018 (Saturday), 1 PM

During the guided tour of The Trouble with Value exhibition, Kris Dittel will talk about the main theses of the ideological framework of the project and the cooperation with artists who decided to face the challenge of formulating the reflection on manufacturing symbolic values (…)

Tell/Sell, a Common Story
January 19th, 2018 (Friday)

The event takes the form of a classic art auction. During this extraordinary evening, the guests will be able to buy fragments of a novel written by Sarah van Lamsweerde. The story, inspired by the Bunkier Sztuki Collection Book, consists of 102 words, auctioned (…)

EXHIBITIONS OPENING: "THE TROUBLE WITH VALUE" AND "COMMUNICATING VESSELS"
15.12 (Friday), 6 pm

Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art cordially invites you to attend the official opening ceremony of our two exhibitions – “Communicating Vessels” and “The Trouble with Value”. “Communicating Vessels” revolve around objects and installations constructed as either processes or events. They do not entirely belong to the (…)

"In the New Region of the World: Contemporary Art and Ethnographic Collections"
3rd and 7th November 2017

In what way do constructs arising from colonial ideas still shape global reality? Is there any way to imagine a shared future without critiquing the legacy of colonialism which remains potent to this day? Those are the questions which the exhibition A New Region (…)

Back then or here and now? Perspectives on trauma and revival
24 October (Tuesday), 6 p.m.

What is war trauma today? What do we as a collective associate as war and war memory? To what extent the framework of personal experience and one’s family history determines our historical/political experience? How do different historical memories: that of world war II and (…)