Tomasz Sobczak – Shape of Architectonicsphoto

Tomasz Sobczak – Shape of Architectonics

26.04.2019–31.05.2019

Dwór Konopków w Brniu, CENTRUM POLONII OŚRODEK KULTURY, TURYSTYKI I REKREACJI W BRNIU 33-210 Olesno, Breń 1

The exhibition "The Shape of Architecture" shows architectural objects of everyday use filtered by the unobvious look of the author.
Tomasz Sobczak - author
Teacher, artist. He works in High School No. III and at the Youth Palace in Tarnów. He taught at the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University and at the University of Rzeszów in Rzeszów. A graduate of AP in Krakow, UMCS in Lublin, KA in Krakow. Currently, he is studying art mediation at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław. In 2013, he was awarded the title EFIAP (Execellence FIAP). He is the author and co-author of several dozen exhibitions in Poland and abroad, including 17 individual ones.

Lotphoto

Lot

10.05.2019–07.06.2019

Myślenicki Ośrodek Kultury i Sportu, ul. Piłsudskiego 20
Mon-Fri 8:00-21:00
Sat 9:00-13:00

Allotment gardens on the slopes of the Plebańska Mountain in Myślenice. We took the first photos in November. The plots were already naked. We were penetrated by their temporariness, blew up by the wind. We continued in the winter and spring.

Krzysztof Marchlak – I would give you my heartphoto

Krzysztof Marchlak – I would give you my heart

11.05.2019–31.05.2019

Galeria OFF FRAME, ul. Krakowska 41
12:00-18:00

The exhibition is the premiere show of photographs from the cycle I would give you my heart by Krzysztof Marchlak. When photographing men invited to cooperate, the author refers to the issue of culturally conditioned patterns of masculinity related to the functioning of men in the modern world. Putting aside the stereotypical approach to the role often imposed on men by society, the artist plays with the convention, creating images full of light, delicacy, color and charm of ancient painting. The element that brings together the images he creates is a passport held by each of the models.

Immigrantopolisphoto

Immigrantopolis

15.05.2019–29.05.2019

Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny, Kraków, ul. Podchorążych 2

The main inspiration for the topic of the presence of immigrants in urban spaces was the photographs of Andreas Feinger, who in the first half of the twentieth century, traverse the streets of lower Manhattan captured the everyday life of European immigrants concentrated and building their communities there. Immigrant enclaves like skyscrapers, permanently inscribed in the New York landscape - have become an urban phenomenon. Following this lead, we have created an international photo project Immigrantopolis, accentuating the presence of immigrants in urban spaces Immigrants are the actors of the urban scene: they settle mainly in cities, create their communities in them, build ethnic infrastructure, and transform it into an urban landscape, transforming it constantly Finally, an element of local / urban collective memory: Immigrants create history and contemporary social reality of cities.

Jakub Kolbusz – Contrastphoto

Jakub Kolbusz – Contrast

20.05.2019–14.06.2019

Red Gallery CAFE, Centrum Sztuki Mościce, ul. Traugutta 1
TARNÓW
Mon–Fri: 10:00–20:00, Sat–Sun 15:00–20:00

Contrast - the picture was taken in winter in 2016 in Kraków on the Vistula River. The photographer was delighted by beautiful, white scenery, frozen river and a large number of birds. The author has recorded several contrasts that the practiced eye of the viewer will capture and allow for easy interpretation of the image.

Agata Ciuła, Michał Gąsior, Aleksandra Machaczka –  Overwriting memoriesphoto

Agata Ciuła, Michał Gąsior, Aleksandra Machaczka – Overwriting memories

21.05.2019–04.06.2019

Galeria Wydziału Sztuki UP, ul. Mazowiecka 43
KRAKÓW
Mon–Fri: 9:00–18:00

Today's world is a constant overwriting of reality, the accumulation of events and stories by successive generations. Places change their destiny and functions, their history is constantly blurred. An example is the area of ​​the former concentration camp of KL Płaszów. It is not much about his tragic history today. This place has been abandoned and forgotten by people. Currently in its eastern part there is a housing estate, and the camp covered with wild nature is treated as a place of recreation. Plaszow is drowning in the mist of our oblivion.
Three students of the Faculty of Arts of the Pedagogical University decided to pay attention to this phenomenon, and the effect of their work is the exhibition Overwriting Memory.

Students of Akademia Fotografii, year 2019–I FEEL BAD HERE / I WANT TO LEAVEphoto

Students of Akademia Fotografii, year 2019–I FEEL BAD HERE / I WANT TO LEAVE

23.05.2019–23.06.2019
Opening: 23.05.2019, 19:00

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

There are moments when we decide to change one place for another, when the one we are currently in becomes unbearable. It could be a burst, a sudden explosion, or a process of slow detachment, a lengthy withdrawal. We want to capture the energy of these moments, when being fed up with the old makes something new begin to emerge. A group show of photography by the students of Akademia Fotografii in Kraków: Michalina Banasik, Adrian Dudek, Maciej Gałuszka, Mikołaj Huk, Sylwia Jakubiec, Magdalena Jaroń, Filip Kanclerski, Szymon Konik, Maja Kor-czyńska, Wiktor Kralka, Paulina Król, Tomasz Majewski, Paulina Mąka, Szymon Nowak, Filip Piotrowicz, Angelika Pułtorak, Patrycja Woźniak Curator: Karol Hordziej Coordinator: Paulina Mąka