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The way you see itphoto

The way you see it

07.06.2014–03.07.2014
Opening: 07.06.2014, 19:00

Galeria Szara Kamienica, Rynek Główny 6
Tue–Fri: 13:00–18:00, Sat–Sun: 12:00–16:00

Artists: Cecilia Bonilla, Sława Harasymowicz, Eva Stenram
Curator: Małgorzata Mleczko

The aim of the exhibition is to explore and redefine "narrative" in relation to photography.
Transforming their original photos, the artists want to test their susceptibility to interference. The use of the prototypes solely as a "base" should expose the subjectivity of photography, as well as exposing the mechanisms used in the media and advertising. Through the secondary appropriation of known and readily associated images their conventional and, as it turns out, fictional status will be enhanced.

I'm not afraid of the night- I am a Bompophoto

I'm not afraid of the night- I am a Bompo

08.06.2014–29.06.2014
Opening: 08.06.2014, 19:00

Konfederacka 4, ul. Konfederacka 4
KRAKÓW
Daily: 10:00–22:00

The exhibition "I'm not afraid of the night - I'm a bompo" by Martushka Fromeast will present a series of portraits of shamans in their homes, and a series documenting shamanic rituals.
The project won an award at BZ WBK PRESS PHOTO 2014 in the category of Daily Life – Photoreportage.
The exhibition is curated by Ula Kahul.

Roman sculpture in old photographsphoto

Roman sculpture in old photographs

09.06.2014–15.06.2014

Space Gallery, ul. św. Marka 7
MON–FRI: 10:00–18:00 | SAT: 10:00–15:00 | SUN: 11:00–16:00

The exhibition presents photographs of Rome, which were donated to the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1929 by Count Karol Lanckoroński. The exhibition aims to popularise the PAU's Lanckoroński Photographic Library.

Habitsphoto

Habits

11.06.2014–25.06.2014
Opening: 11.06.2014, 20:00

BAL, ul. Ślusarska 9
Pn: 8:30–21:00, wt–pt: 8:30–22:00, sob: 9:00–22:00, nd: 9:00–21:00

The exhibition "Habits" will present photographs by Grzegorz Karkoszka (in cooperation with the Institute of Architecture, cooperation on the project "The Krakow Modernism Trail"), which are derived from a series devoted to unobvious aspects of the city of Krakow.