Kraków-wow. Bunkier Sztuki for Google Arts & Culture

Google Arts & Culture in cooperation with 13 Krakow’s cultural institutions is making a new collection available online. The Kraków-wow! project is a virtual journey around the city of Polish kings declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Close to the Body. Exhibition of works from the Bunkier Sztuki Collection
Opening: 17 March 2023, 6 pm

The Bunkier Sztuki collection, which is over half a century old, comprises paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, photographs, interactive installations, videos and documentations of ephemeral art. Nearly 450 works by Polish and foreign artists display a variety of art trends and subjects. At the same (…)

Beata Stankiewicz. Natural Born Artists
19 November 2022 – 5 March 2023

Beata Stankiewicz is a born painter. This is the field that she finds the most fulfilling and where she feels truly happy. But there is more to her art than outstanding painting skills. What matters to her most is the concept and the analysis. (…)


The makers of Krakowski Underground were the classics of Polish contemporary art: Jerzy Kosałka, Zbigniew Libera, Piotr Lutyński and Adam Rzepecki. Altough each of them has a distinctive style and a favourite medium peculiar to himself, they love one another’s company and effectively boost (…)

Michał Stonawski. What I Am Seeing Is Not What I See

We invite you to the exhibition What I Am Seeing Is Not What I See at Bunkier Sztuki which is the first such comprehensive presentation of the work of the Krakow artist Michał Stonawski. It comprises more than 50 works created in the last (…)

Wasn’t Built in a Day. 20th edition of Krakow Photomonth

  “It recalls, too, an eagle, its head represented by the castle, Grodzka Street its neck, and the city’s environs like wings.” The Chronicle of Marcin Bielski, 1597…. “But whomsoever wishes to set eyes upon such strange sights should head to Krakow’s main market (…)

Małgorzata Markiewicz. A Man’s World No More
19.2 - 15.5.2022

Opening: 18.2.2022 at 6 pm Curator: Monika Kozioł Co-ordinator: Renata Zawartka   The exhibition will present works that have been created over the last two decades. The oldest of these the artist produced when still a student at the Academy of Fine Arts in (…)