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Be a Tourist in Your Own City – Go on a Tour of Krakow! Visit MOCAK!

Be a Tourist in Your Own City – Go on a Tour of Krakow! Visit MOCAK!

Published at:02.06.2020

MOCAK the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow has joined the action sponsored by the Krakow City Council – „Bądź turystą w swoim mieście – zwiedzaj Kraków” (Be a Tourist in Your Own City – Go on a Tour of Krakow!)

From June, on Thursdays and Fridays, the Museum will open until 9 pm. The extended hours will remain in place until the end of August.

MOCAK OPENING HOURS from 2 June until 30 August:

Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday: 11 am – 7 pm
Thursday, Friday: 11 am – 9 pm
Monday: Museum closed

MOCAK Bookstore: Tuesday – Sunday: 11 am – 7 pm
From 16 June, MOCAK Library will function as a book-loan library* from Tuesday to Friday between 11 am and 7 pm.

MOCAK: Krakow in Art – Art in Krakow

Get to know Krakow, together with MOCAK! We have prepared a special programme of exhibitions and projects that bring closer the eminent personalities and artists associated with the city. These include Roman Ingarden, John Paul II, Marian Eile and artists from Krakow. Krakow themes can also be found in the exhibition  World War II – Drama, Symbol, Trauma.

All current exhibitions at MOCAK >>

The exhibitions Artists from Krakow: The Generation 1950–1969, the exhibition dedicated to Mariand Eile and Przekrój, the magazine he created, and the presentation of the works of students from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow will open on 29 October 2020.

MOCAK began its activity on 19 May 2011. The Museum programme is centred on culture and anthropology. Another of its important focal points is the interpretation of the Holocaust. To date, we have organised 179 exhibitions of Polish and world art. We have published over 150 publications, most of them bilingual. We also conduct research and literary projects, and have therefore been granted a research unit status. MOCAK’s programme asset is its international collection, which currently comprises over 5,000 works. It is supplemented by a thematically arranged archive. Our library contains over 17,000 books. Every issue raised by the Museum is accompanied by a corresponding book collection. Our primary task is to serve society, and our main goal is to convey the value of contemporary art to the public. We also want to bring our visitors closer to Krakow and its related figures.

* If you wish to borrow books from the MOCAK Library, please contact us in advance by e-mail (biblioteka@mocak.pl) or telephone (12 263 40 36), so that the librarians can prepare the ordered items in advance and shorten the waiting time. If you wish to return books, you can do so without prior reservation. No more than five persons inside the library and the reading room at any one time, not including staff.