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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.

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

Framing the PRL. Robert Kosieradzkiphoto

Framing the PRL. Robert Kosieradzki

Opening: 11.05.2016, 17:00

Muzeum PRL-u, os. Centrum E1
Wt–nd: 10:00–17:00

The exhibitions of the Framing the PRL cycle are an invitation to talk about recent history. The photographs presented are by Robert Kosieradzki – a now forgotten but very good Nowa Huta photographer – a keen observer of everyday life from the 60s and 70s.

Fresh From Poland & Hekla Studio – DISTORTIONphoto

Fresh From Poland & Hekla Studio – DISTORTION


MARKA Concept Store & Galeria, ul. Józefa 5
Mon–Fri: 12:00-18:00, Sat–Sun: 11:00–17:00

Fresh From Poland and Hekla Studio are happy to announce the upcoming Krakow launch of the FFP Zinze #1: DISTORTION and for accompanying exhibition of the three of the artists features in the publication: Paulina Korobkiewicz, Ernest Protasiewicz and Ernest Wińczyk.

Who Did it to You – the Worst Photos for Identity Cardsphoto

Who Did it to You – the Worst Photos for Identity Cards


Klub Betel, pl. Szczepański 3
Daily: 10:00–3:00

The project Who did this to you? is an artistic response to the common but rarely reported or analysed phenomenon of resentment or disappointment related to taking pictures in public photography institutions.

Jola Więcław – Paths IIphoto

Jola Więcław – Paths II


Bistro PRZEPIS, pl. Kazimierza Wielkiego 3

Mon–Thu: 12:00–21:00, Fri–Sat: 12:00–23:00, Sun: 12:00–21:00

Continuation of the Paths project.
Photographs which I took while travelling everyday and unusual paths in my life. They are photos showing the reality surrounding me as a finished work of art