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Autobus Miejskiego Przedsiębiorstwa Komunikacyjnego w Tarnowie, TARNÓW

Contrary to established conventions and schemes, the creators decided to showcase their work in a slightly different public space to that which viewers are involuntarily accustomed. Thanks to the courtesy and commitment of Board of Tarnów's MPK, passengers on bus number 249 will have the opportunity to take a look at photographs created by authors affiliated under the banner of the Fotum Wojnicki Photographic Society.

Mateusz Kalinowski – Explorephoto

Mateusz Kalinowski – Explore


Artefakt Cafe, ul. Dajwór 3
Daily: 12:00–24:00

The photos come from the album titled Explore, which has been emerging over a long period, which stands in opposition to the previous entitled Sleepwalking inspired by the nightlife of the city.

Zofia Rydet – Sociological Recordphoto

Zofia Rydet – Sociological Record


Muzeum Nadwiślański Park Etnograficzny w Wygiełzowie, ul. Podzamcze 1

Mon–Fri: 8:00–15:00, Sat–Sun: 11:00–18:00

The exhibition presents works by Zofia Rydet from the cycle Sociological Record (1978-1990).

Szymon Brodziak — BRODZIAK SPACESphoto

Szymon Brodziak — BRODZIAK SPACES


Forum Przestrzenie (pawilon), ul. Marii Konopnickiej 28
Mon–Fri: 16:00–24:00, Sat–Sun: 12:00–24:00

Chloé Deroy – Rainbow Painterphoto

Chloé Deroy – Rainbow Painter

Opening: 28.04.2016, 18:00

Nowohuckie Centrum Kultury, Al. Jana Pawła II 232
Daily: 8:00-20:00

This is now the third exhibition in Kraków, which is also the photographer's third trip to Poland. So among the photographs presented we will see "holiday snaps", "opalescent remembrance", an elderly man focused on reading, or the Polish "Wianki" holiday transferred to the banks of a French river...

Ewa Pasternak-Kapera – The Odd Gardenphoto

Ewa Pasternak-Kapera – The Odd Garden

Opening: 30.04.2016, 19:00

Galeria Messier42, ul. Basztowa 4/1
Mon–Thu: 12:00–20:00, Fri: 16:00–21:00, Sat: 12:00–18:00

The collages precisely composed by the artist are micro-stories full of naked honesty based on themes of pregnancy and other experiences of women centred and fully conscious of their subjectivity.