Current / Upcoming events
Шукаємо осіб і середовищ, з котрими ми могли би розвивати наше дослідницьке поле.
Exhibition opening of Ideal City and talk with curator Łukasz Trzciński about his approach to urban emancipation.
The show is based around the topic of borders and explores the socio-political, economical, historical and existential implications of the concept, including the current refugee crisis.
Art Worlds in Yemen
wystawa Nagrobków w Kronice
Exhibition, Events, Publication
How does the law use the body and at which point do we cease to be a person and become evidence?
The joint exhibition in MeetFactory Gallery/Kostka Gallery/Futura Gallery are facing devastated landscape of political turmoil after Brexit, the Turkish coup and its retaliation, and when populism is becoming mainstream even in affluent countries.
World in common
Screening e Q&A
Równolegle z odsłoną „Wystawy stałej” prac z kolekcji Małopolskiej Fundacji Muzeum Sztuki Współczesnej: Marek Chlanda/Kodeks Nadwiślański Dworzec PKP, Pl. Dworcowy 4, Tarnów Odsłona otwarta do 28.02.2017
artysta: Maciej Cholewa, kurator: Stanisław Ruksza Na wystawie Macieja Cholewy wymyślony obraz miasta przeplata się z interpretacjami historii zasłyszanych od mieszkańców małych miejscowości.
curated by Mélanie Bouteloup and Victorine Grataloup
Yan Tomaszewski’s exhibition Message from Charlotte imagines a fictitious situation in the future. An apocalyptic landscape reveals a relic from the past: a time capsule from the Silesian town of Rydułtowy.
The exhibition juxtaposes perverse and utopian attempts to create alphabetic or lexical adaptations of scripture that share a common geographical reference to Prague.
Repose is a caprice
On December 6th the artist Jóhanna Ellen Ríkharðsdóttir will materialize a rainbow using water and light at Jasny Dom art space, in Krakow, Poland. This is an open call for volunteers to come and fuck it.
A presentation of new works by London and Hamburg based artist Than Hussein Clark, that have been produced over the last two months during the artists production residency in the frame of A.I.R. FUTURA.
Aside the overview of the core of his work, different parts from the last 15 years opus by this important drawer, painter and performer will be presented.
In a day-long activity, inscribed into the mythological full-time employment system eight-hour work day, the author, together with men and women participants, challenges the notion of the museum as an idyllic – almost ideal – space.
Franti non ha un corpo, non ha un volto. É semmai un carattere, tosto e tristo (Edmondo De Amicis cit.) il cui vizio o virtù si stabiliscono “fuori luogo” e “fuori campo”.
“If we want everything to remain the same, everything must change”. (Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampdeusa, Il Gattopardo)
“City Diary” is a long-term ongoing research project based on observation of cities (Berlin, Seoul, New York, Krakow, Tarnow, Warsaw). It can be perceived as a game.
The exhibition does not have a historical nature. The issues emerging from the works and the need to confront the phenomena determining our lives are extremely relevant.
puts forth the speculative powers of story-telling and science-fiction to re-think the ways we inhabit our environment.
In the frame of REDEMPTION JOKES, humour and critique are treated as intermediate states demanding aesthetic distancing.
All that is solid melts into air, all that is holy is profaned
We shall rest, sketch and open to want.
Project is a kind of tribute to Gene Youngblood - one of the key theorists of culture and new media.