In December and January, as part of the project Thursday with the Collection Online, we present the work of Ane Lan Woman of the World.
On Wednesday, December 9 at 5 pm you are invited to an online meeting devoted to publication Polyphonie des Holocaust. Stimmen zur Erinnerungskultur [The Polyphony of the Holocaust]. The discussion will be conducted in English.
The current project Thursdays with the Collection, in which every Thursday selected video works from the MOCAK Collection are shown in the audiovisual hall, continues as online showcase as part of the #MOCAKonline action!
The Artist Changes the World. Paweł Althamer talking to Maria Anna Potocka as part of the Open Eyes Economy Summit
On Wednesday 18 November at 2.15 pm as part of the Open Eyes Economy Summit an online event will take place with the participation of Paweł Althamer and Maria Anna Potocka.
On Sunday 15 November at 5 pm as part Open Eyes Economy Summit there will take place an online event Be for OEES, which will inaugurate the Summit.
In October and November, as part of the next edition of the project Thursdays with the Collection, we present the work of Julius von Bismarck Landscape Painting (Forest).
On Thursday 29 October 2020 new exhibitions open at MOCAK! We invite you to visit the Museum between 11 am and 9 pm. The visitors will have access to all our exhibitions.
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 Marian Eile exhibition is part of the series presenting artists from Krakow, whose media encompassed both image and words. The goal of the series is to refresh our memory of artists – somewhat forgotten – whose personalities had an impact on the cultural life of the city.
At the exhibition we present three installations: Ian Ross Baughman’s Multi-Equation Case Model, Revitalisation of Jacek Malczewski’s ‘Vicious Circle’ (MOCAK Collection) and Le danse macabre de terrorisme. The most important element in the works of Marcin Berdyszak is the human figure, contextualised by means of clothing, positioning, props and surroundings.