Tworzywo Cafe, Pl. Bohaterów Getta 2/1
12:00 – 23:00
1708ST working group is a photographic manufacture aiming at producing as many as possible valuable photographs devoted to the street, for there isn't a more democratic space.
Kolanko No 6, ul. Józefa 17
The exhibition will present many years of achievements in the field of metallographic examinations of two employees of the Foundry Research Institute in Krakow: mgr inż. Janina Radzikowska and mgr inż. Łukasz Boronia.
Ucieczka z L.A., Dolnych Młynów 10
THANKFULNESS ... is a personal project that was created at the time of a very clear change in both of us and how it happens in the case of activities in which we engage fully, did not have a pre-determined course - except that it included individual meetings of two of us with a woman who revealed her corporeality in the form of a picture during a photo session (Tamara) and shared her story in a conversation with me (Alicja).
Wojewódzka Biblioteka Publiczna w Krakowie, ul. Rajska 1
MON-FRI: 10:00-19:00 | SUN: 10:00-14:00
The open-air exhibition presents the works of the finalists and laureates of the third edition of the Theater Photography Competition organized by the Theater Institute. Zbigniew Raszewski
BAL, ul. Ślusarska 9
Pn: 8:30–21:00, wt–pt: 8:30–22:00, sob: 9:00–22:00, nd: 9:00–21:00
A selection of pictures from URBAN Photo Awards 2017 edition will be displayed at BAL in Krakow (Poland) during prestigious festival Krakow Photo Fringe 2018, that take place in parallel with the Photomonth.
Galeria Pub Wręga, ul. Józefa 17
Monday – Thursday : 11 00 – 2 00
Friday – Sunday : 10 00- 2 00
Photographing Qatar. A small country, a sparse native population with a unique culture tapestry, and an extensive melting pot of immigrants from all around the world.
Antykwariat Abecadło, ul. Kościuszki 18
On the exhibition from 25 May to 30 June, at Antykwariat Abecadło, Kościuszki 18 Street, in the place of the historic Pharmacy Under the Guardian Angel, will be shown a set of more than 50 photographs 24x17.5 cm, 20.5x17 cm, 11x17 cm, by Daniel Zawadzki, a late photographer from Krakow, a member of P. P. F