Mostowa Sztuka Kawa, ul. Mostowa 8
Two rooms and several stories. On average, 2 meters per person. Little? Not necessarily, because when we talk about the house, our stories are often very condensed. A multitude of memories gets clogged up, which can be an amulet or a stone in a shoe. Or maybe both. Our holding balance is the balance of profits and losses, resultant decisions, experiences and circumstances. Home can be a trauma, a person, a glorified past, a soldier's dream, a reference point. Whether we like it or not - it is the basis of our next experiences and a filter that can not be removed.
PUB Przepraszam, Tarnów, Rynek 17
Tworzywo Cafe, Pl. Bohaterów Getta 2/1
12:00 – 23:00
Sketches from the tangled nature of the city. The authors follow the tracks, secrets, patterns hidden in the shadows. No words, no colors.
SWEET SURRENDER , Kraków, ul. Zabłocie 25
monday - friday 8:30am - 7pm, saturday 10am-7pm
In non-literal portraits, I show real femininity. Each of us has courage, joy, peace, fear. Each has a beautiful soul and body. Regardless of age or weight. Femininity is a story about emotions. Real and natural.
Space Craft Pub, Kraków, ul. Bracka 3–5/7
Monday- Thursday 16:00-00:00
Friday- Sunday 12:00- 02:00
Sometimes amidst all chaos, noises and distraction you need a mindful escape. An escape to the wonderland of fresh air, beautiful nature, new culture and soulful experiences. It's all about finding the calm in the chaos. But not every time we can teleport to other exotic lands in a blink of an eye. In such a scenario will it not be good if someone brings that whole experience to us? For all of you who are searching for such a Mindful Break, we are organising an exhibition of pictures of amazing Argentina by a great Travel Photographer Aga Burghardt. We invite you to experience Argentina through her lens.
Tytano, Kraków, ul. Dolne Młyny 10
Miodowa Gallery, Kraków, ul. Miodowa 9 (I floor)
Tue, Thu 15:00–18:00
The artist creates contemporary visions of pre-century paintings by building plastic installations that fill the landscape borrowed from the paintings of the Tatra painting. The work is a reflection on the condition of the natural environment and changes that have taken place in nature on Earth. The reference to the Tatra images existing in culture is a provoking procedure to read the work as a statement about passing away and about the degradation of unique valued values. The project uses a photographic assembly technique.