The Baltic coast of Poland is well known for its street art.Read more
Photographer Kuba Dabrowski graduated with a degree in sociology from the Jagiellonian University, and a degree in photography from the ITF in Opava (Czech Republic).Read more
The Foto-Medium-Art Gallery is displaying more than 100 photos of what look like normal people of different ages and genders doing normal things.
Viewers are in for a shock, however. Some of the photos that Christian Boltanski picked are portraits. Others capture people in such everyday situations such as conversations, playing games or sunbathing.
Paintings of Magda Moskwa on display at Raven Gallery.Read more
Exhibit on women’s suffrage now open in the Efka Women’s Foundation in Krakow.Read more
“I Hardly Ever Go Out” is the latest show by Katarzyana Skrobiszewska at the Nowa Gallery.Read more
ZPAF i S-ka gallery presents a vernacular-photos exhibition, linked with the Krakow Teacher University’s Institute of Biology, titled “Who Stole the Eggs in the Forest?”Read more
Cooperation between writer Agata Passent and photographer Wojtek Wieteska sheds new light on Poland’s capital, Warsaw.Read more
ZPAF and S-ka Gallery is a new art venue on Krakow’s map of galleries. The first opening exhibition, "Self-Portraits" by photographer Martin Parr, was held in May 2007 during Krakow’s "Photomonth." Starting Friday, August 10 at 19:00, two photo series will be showing entitled "Transitions" and "Walls" by Marzena Skubatz.Read more
The Summer with Pies Gallery Project is launching an exhibit entitled, "The Bold and Beautiful," at Artpol on Friday, July 27, at 20:00.Read more