MOCAK Library invites you to an event from the series Art of Storytelling. The book that we will be discussing is On Beauty Zadie Smith.
MOCAK Library invites you to an event from the series Art of Storytelling. The book that we will be discussing is The Blazing World Siri Hustvedt.
MOCAK Library invites you to an event from the series Art of Storytelling. The book that we will be discussing is Cat’s Eye Margaret Atwood.
On Sunday 12 May at 12 noon, MOCAK and Wydawnictwo Kinderkulka publishers invite children aged 8 to 12 to workshops inspired by the book Where Do We Go When We Disappear?
On Saturday 27 April at 5 pm Dorota Nieznalska will give a guided tour of her exhibition Violence and Memory.
On Saturday 27 April 2019 between 12 noon and 2 pm we invite you to take part in Slow Art Day at MOCAK.
At the exhibition Nature in Art we show contemporary works of more than 70 artists from many countries, in techniques ranging from painting, photography and video to object and installation. The exhibition has been divided into five parts: beauty, ecology, confrontation, matter and symbol.
The exhibition presents archival photographic materials from the race and folklore sections as well as the landscape sections of the Institute of German Works in the East. (IDO), which are now to be found at the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology of the Jagiellonian University and in the Jagiellonian University Archives. The photographs created during World War II, mainly of the Podhale and Lemko highlanders, were incorporated into the symbolic form of the Carpathian iconostasis.
Stanisław Dróżdż is one of the most significant representatives of Polish conceptual art and the most renowned Polish concrete poet. 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.
The LEBENSMITTEL (Foodstuffs) photobook and exhibition project by the German photographer Michael Schmidt, born in Berlin in 1945, comprises 177 photographs, taken between 2006 and 2010, on twenty-six trips around Germany, Norway, the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, and Spain. The photographs were shot at feedlots and slaughterhouses, fish farms and commercial greenhouses, fruit farms and vegetable plantations, pasta factories and cheese dairies, as well as at various plants processing meat, potatoes, and insects.