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Reading Room in Pasażaction

Reading Room in Pasaż

24.05.2019–23.06.2019

Pasaż 8/10, ul. Stolarska 8/10,
KRAKÓW
Mon - Wed 10:00 – 3:00
Thu - Sat 10:00 – 5:00
Sun 12:00 – 2:00

Pasaż invites you to use the reading room devoted to photography and visual culture during Krakow Photo Fringe 2019.

Reading Room in Hevreaction

Reading Room in Hevre

24.05.2019–23.06.2019

Hevre, ul. Beera Meiselsa 18
MON - FRI: 10:00 - 2:00 | SAT-SUN: 10:00-4:00

Hevre invites you to use the reading room devoted to photography and visual culture during Krakow Photo Fringe 2019.

Reading Room in Hummus Amamamusiaction

Reading Room in Hummus Amamamusi

24.05.2019–23.06.2019

Hummus Amamamusi, ul.Rabina Meiselsa 4
KRAKÓW
Mon–Fri: 11:00–18:00, Sat: 11:00–16:00

Hummus Amamamusi invites you to use the reading room devoted to photography and visual culture during Krakow Photo Fringe 2019.

THEATER PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITIONphoto

THEATER PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION

24.05.2019–23.06.2019

Wojewódzka Biblioteka Publiczna w Krakowie, ul. Rajska 1
KRAKÓW
MON-FRI: 10:00-19:00 | SUN: 10:00-14:00

The fourth edition of the Theatrical Photography Contest makes one ask a question, where is the theater going? The answer would seem obvious: on the stage. But the numerous photographs submitted to the Competition and selected for the final pool undermine this obviousness. Some of them seem to suggest that today's Polish theater is equally intense and reveals its truth in waiting behind the scenes, in the face of an actress smoking a cigarette in the dressing room, and even between spectators looking at each other. It is also happening in non-theatrical places, transformed by art into spaces of performances. It is happening in the end of theatrical photography, which is more than just photographing the theater.

Once upon a timephoto

Once upon a time

24.05.2019–10.06.2019
Opening: 24.05.2019, 17:00

Bema20, ul. gen. Józefa Bema 20, TARNÓW
MON-FRI 10:00 - 17:00

Reading the well-known tales, such as "Little Red Riding Hood" or "Frog king", other images are created in each of us's head. Otherwise, we imagine how a beautiful Śnieżka or the cruel Snow Queen would look like.
Students of the 3rd photographic technical school class decided to transfer their visions to the reality creating unique works.

KSA: Paulina Koszut– Þunglyndi photo

KSA: Paulina Koszut– Þunglyndi

24.05.2019–20.06.2019
Opening: 24.05.2019, 18:00

Punkt Docelowy, ul. Staromostowa 1
KRAKÓW

DAILY: 12:00-1:00

Exhibition as part of a series of exhibitions
INDIVIDUAL organized by the Krakow School of Art
Þunglyndi can be dressed in paintings. Look straight into the eyes of a beautiful, yet delicate woman, and discover that her vision dies. You can also speak many languages ​​(do not) meet with your own lover, then return to his bed seeing the blue lips on his face.
It freezes your spine, breaks your head into three semicircles. You are completely alone throughout your journey.
The Þunglyndi series was created in the lands of Iceland. It is a creation that arose thanks to the observation of people from the environment of the author, affected by one of the most serious diseases of the 21st century - depression.

Aleksandra i Łukasz Klimek (Pixel Heart) – Postcards from the childhoodphoto

Aleksandra i Łukasz Klimek (Pixel Heart) – Postcards from the childhood

24.05.2019–24.06.2019
Opening: 24.05.2019, 19:00

Żarówka Cafe, ul. Floriańska 20
KRAKÓW
Daily: 5 p.m.-7 p.m.

How many postcards have you sent your loved ones from your holidays to show them that you remember about them despite the distance between you? How many places have you taken them along with you to through the colorful pictures on those postcards? What if one could use them to travel not only across space, but also... time? Come with us on a journey to your future recollections of your earliest memories. Mountains of toys, a picnic blanket spread out on the green grass, a river of tears after a fight with a sibling, the watering can in grandma's backyard, the landscape of the dining room table. So what's on the postcard from your childhood?

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