History in the lens-an exhibition of old camerasphoto

History in the lens-an exhibition of old cameras

17.05.2014–30.06.2014
Opening: 17.05.2014, 18:00

Kawiarnia Stopklatka, ul. Brodzińskiego 8
KRAKÓW
Mon–Fri: 8:30–22:00, Sat–Sun: 9:00–22:00

Café Stopklatka invites you to a unique exhibition of old cameras – "History in the Lens".
The exhibition will feature unusual masterpieces of 20th century cameras, learn their history, and current owners.
The exhibition will last until the end of June.

ABSTRACTION, LIGHT, DETAILphoto

ABSTRACTION, LIGHT, DETAIL

17.05.2014–31.05.2014
Opening: 17.05.2014, 18:30

Dylag Gallery, Photography Gallery, ul. św. Tomasza 22
KRAKÓW

MON–FRI: 12:00–18:00 | SAT: 11:00–14:00

Photographic experiments from the 1940s, 50s and 60s by six classics of Polish photography: Witold Chromiński, Zbigniew Dłubak, Henryk Hermanowicz, Marek Piasecki, Bronisław Schlabs, and Marian Szulc.

Forgotten Placesphoto

Forgotten Places

17.05.2014–17.06.2014
Opening: 17.05.2014, 21:00

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

The "Forgotten Places" project discusses Urbex – a new and different kind of tourism involving the infiltration of forgotten, abandoned, and mysterious places. The photographer, Tomasz Gotfryd, and his team journey round abandoned palaces, hospitals and factories.

Sur/Realphoto

Sur/Real

17.05.2014–15.06.2014
Opening: 17.05.2014, 21:00

Bomba, pl. Szczepański 2/1
DAILY: 12:00-4:00

Marveles wreathsphoto

Marveles wreaths

18.05.2014–26.05.2014
Opening: 18.05.2014, 11:00

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

Małopolska in a United Europecompetition

Małopolska in a United Europe

19.05.2014–01.09.2014

Regionalny Ośrodek Debaty Międzynarodowej w Krakowie, ul. Mikołajska 2
KRAKÓW

MON-FRI 10:00-16:00

The competition is organised as part of the 10th anniversary of Polish accession to the European Union.The aim of the competition is to reflect on the socio-economic changes that have taken place in Małopolska since 1 May 2004, to stimulate debate on the Polish presence in the EU, and to support the artistic development of the participants. Photographic reportages composed of 8-14 images should be submitted to the competition. They should show the changes that have occurred in the Malopolska region over the past 10 years in connection with Poland's accession to the European Union.