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The year 2020 brings the 50th anniversary of the death of Roman Ingarden. To mark the occasion, in Alfa Gallery we present a monographic exhibition of nearly 150 photographs taken by him during 1940–1970.
On the occasion of the centenary of the birth of Karol Wojtyła (1920–2005), known to the world as John Paul II, the Museum has prepared a presentation devoted in its entirety to the phenomenon of the Polish Pope.
Works in which the relationship with the surroundings they are in plays a significant role and provides a semantic clinch are usually called installations.Artists employ the exhibition space available or design it themselves.
In choosing World War II we had no ambition to present its history but rather to focus on some threads that have had the greatest impact on the Polish consciousness. In the exhibition we present 39 artists.
The exhibition is the latest in a series of individual presentations by artists whose works are featured in the MOCAK Collection. We are showing 17 works from the years 2014–2019. Seven of them were created especially for the display in Krakow.
Private Exhibition comprises the black-and-white photographs taken in the artist’s studio in Lublin. They reveal his two-phase creative process: the construction of the object and the arrangement of the interior, which he then photographed.
The year 2019 is the year of the 80th anniversary of the poet’s birthday and also the 10th anniversary of his death. In commemoration, the Museum is presenting an individual exhibition of the artist, which comprises entirely works from the MOCAK Collection.
In collaboration with the Helena Modrzejewska National Stary Theatre in Krakow, the Museum organised display of Krystian
Lupa’s installation Live Factory 2 – an adaptation of the stage design for his theatre production Factory 2.