MOCAK is embarking on a series of exhibitions showing the oeuvres of artists who live and work in Krakow. These presentations will encompass a variety of media. The series is inaugurated with a show of artists born between 1980 and 1990.
In his distinctive art practice, Hungarian artist Csaba Nemes critically investigates sites of social and economic imbalances, the unexpected overlaps between personal and political history, and instances of friendship in times of despair.
Exhibition of documentation – photography, films and archival materials – of the artistic activities in Edinburgh during the 1970s of Joseph Beuys and Tadeusz Kantor. Both artists visited Scotland on the invitation of Richard Demarco.
The exhibition at the Re Gallery at MOCAK will present works by six students at the University of Art and Design Linz in Austria. The exhibition demonstrates the wide-ranging thematic scope of the paintings, encompassing the geometric and the figurative, matched by diverse techniques.
The sixth edition of the MOCAK Collection presents works which have joined the Collection over the recent few years. Currently, the exhibition has been divided into a number of sections: conceptual art, video, sculpture and object.
From December, in the Zentrum für verfolgte Künste im Kunstmuseum Solingen it will be possible to view part of the exibition previously presented at MOCAK: Poland – Israel – Germany: The Experience of Auschwitz.