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The exhibition presents artists connected with Krakow born in the 1950s and 1960s. This is the third exhibition in the series inaugurated by MOCAK in October 2015. The goal of this series is to review art in the city which for centuries has been a capital of art.
The exhibition will have a number of thematic sections. The MOCAK Collection encompasses a few dozen of Eile’s paintings, thus our intention is to present the largest individual Eile retrospective ever. Painting was Eile’s private passion although he never promoted himself as a painter in his magazine.
The works of Marcin Berdyszak are tinged with existential unease about human fate being predetermined by our position in time and place as well as our station in life; we remain imprisoned in a vicious circle of which we are not entirely aware and that we cannot quite control.
At the exhibition we present a selection of 20 collages created between 2017 and 2019. The collages are made of excerpts cut out from books – starting with Taschen’s erotic and pornographic publications, through nature and anatomical albums, to scientific atlases.
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.
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.