Klub Pozytywka, ul. Bożego Ciała 12
Mon–Thu: 10:00–00:00, Fri–Sat: 10:00–5:00, Sun: 10:00-00:00
Maria Borzęcka, a graduate of the School of Creative Photography, will present her diploma exhibition entitled "Unease".
Cellar Gallery, ul. Wielopole 12
The pretext for the creation of this work was the basement interior of the Cellar gallery – dark and cold, with tiny windows near the ceiling. Through one of them a Virginia creeper has ventured underground.An attempt to restore the garden in completely artificial conditions may seem absurd, and yet activities like this take place all over the world, in order to develop inactive metro stations, say, or underground urban infrastructure.
Rezydencja Bogoria, ul. Senacka 6
The premiere presentation of stills and short films inspired by contemporary ballet. The performance, with dancers performing to live music composed and improvised by Dawid Sulej-Rudnicki in the Gallery exhibiting Eli Zubrowski's stills, shows the mutual interaction and complementarity of diverse artistic fields, such as photography, film, music and dance. Complementing the event will be a brief introduction to a conversation with the artists, who will talk about their inspirations in dance and cooperation between artists from different fields in the realisation of multidisciplinary artistic projects.
Klub Herbaciany Nie lubię poniedziałków , ul. Szlak 14
A photography exhibition consisting of 53 photographs of Paris by Karolina Sokolik and Kinga Pinkstonowa. The opening also celebrates the premiere of a photobook which will be available online. The opening will also feature DJs sets of French rap and electronica.
Pracownia pod Baranami, Rynek Główny 27
MON–FRI: 17:00–00:00 | SAT–SUN: 11:00–00:00
"Photosketches" is the thesis exhibition of Monika Jakieła, summing up this stage of her study at the School of Creative Photography.
Cinema KIKA , ul. Krasickiego 18
The graduation exhibition of Ewa Lubaszka, student at the Krakow School of Art (School of Creative Photography).
Finka, ul. Warszauera 1
The graduation exhibition of Jan Goraj, student at the Krakow School of Art (School of Creative Photography).
The "Dantean Journeys" cycle is a story that is a symbol of the life struggles of each of us. The multidimensionality of the graphic art arouses a sense of anxiety and leads to deeper reflection. It is a journey into the depths of our own souls. The majority of works in the cycle embody the dark side of the human condition, and so they are in dark, pessimistic colours and sometimes take a form which induces a sense of fear and loathing.