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changes in the perception of hypersensitivity"/ Małgorzata Wielek Mandrela, Bartek Jarmoliński, Paulina Poczęta, Paweł Łyjak, Paweł Hajncel/ concept, production: Bartek Jarmoliński/ 21 April to 20 May 2018/ in the frame of Cracow Gallery Weekend KRAKERS

The Latin title "Vita morbus est" means life as a disease. Hypersensitivity, perceived mostly as a medical condition, is now a phenomenon that affects many of us, hence the title "changes in the perception of hypersensitivity". Hypersensitivity, associated with the functions of the right...


Agnieszka Berezowska

GRAPHIC ART| 24 March – 18 April 2018

Colorful linocuts and a short-lasting installation made of Piszinger cake for the opening. »

Bogusław Bachorczyk


Curator: Michał Sobol/ poet

THE MESSAGE, which is the subject of Bogusław Bachorczyk’s  latest exhibition, has been around for longer than the village. The village, as we understand it, often in the...


Tomasz Vetulani

There is no threat

Weapons and colour

24 Oct.-15 Dec. 2017

Tomasz Vetulani's work balances between two fascinating axes, producing an image of an artist juggling various means of expression. From intriguing and expressive objects, made by him from, say, hot white glue or black silicon, with strong social and political connotations - to subtle images-objects, evoking fleeting states, where the sensitive eye of the artist touches the sublimation of certain senses and undoubted beauty.



5th  August – 15th  Okt. 2017

Curator: Bartek Jarmoliński

This artist, who belongs to the young generation most often reaches for stories from his childhood. And these are complex stories in...


Bartek Jarmoliński

Men’s Day II/ 10.06.-31.07.2017/ open Tue-Sat 12-14

Bartek Jarmoliński has decided to take a closer look at what is termed masculinity, wondering to what extent it is culturally imposed and how much it is a real, internal need. His multi-layer collages are a visual guide to recesses of male psyche, burdened with the emotional costs of adapting to the requirements of reality. But not only that – it is also an attempt to make contact with his own "soft" ego. Men in embryonic position, looking like they were sleeping resemble defenceless,...


Zabłocie Storehouse

Curator: Krzysztof Marchlak/ Artists: Piotr Bogatka, Blanka Dudek, Albert Jeżowski Stanisław Koba, Bogumił Książek, Krzysztof Marchlak, Jan Płatek, Michał Stonawski, Maria Wasilewska/ art work by Stanisław Koba

Na Zjeździe 8 has many functions, but it is art which has unexpectedly begun to give it a new one which in the seventeenth century was that of a salt storehouse, later changed to military barracks, to eventually become a venue for artists and their art. It also houses the Skład Solny art gallery which irregularly holds art...


Rafał Bartkowicz


Hommage à Antoni M.

Rafał Bartkowicz stimulated by the prophetic work of Antoni M., an inspired artist, a priest of the absurd, has prepared a series of works collectively called Devotional articles. Bartkowicz’s works are, as he explains, only inept imitation of the master. "In his work, Antoni boldly uses assembly, a technique successfully used before World War I, before World War II and still today. He juxtaposes fragments of reality, he composes,...



Ewa Ciepielewska/ Adam Rzepecki


Curator: Miłosz Biedrzycki

In the pastoral myth which most of us know, Adam gave names to animals brought in turn by his (and their) creator. This did not amount to much as Adam gave all the animals the same name simply calling them "animal". An Adam like this would be of absolutely no use whatsoever to us at our exhibition. The brave shepherds carefully rubbed Eve out of the myth confining her to spinning and having babies having blamed her for...



80/ 28 November-16 December 2016

The birthday of prof. Jerzy Vetulani is an event which is etched in the social life of Kraków. It is also an unusual sociological phenomenon. Joyously celebrated since the early 1950s it has always gathered the most interesting personalities of various spheres. One of the birthday parties provided an opportunity for Piotr Skrzynecki and Joanna Olczak to meet; these two later went on to set up one of the best known satirical political cabaret shows in communist Poland known as Piwnica pod Baranami. The invited guests were...

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