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Womanly - Iza Garbarz Bellovephoto

Womanly - Iza Garbarz Bellove

18.07.2020–30.09.2020

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

I sketch female reality with the camera. I write a picture with words, I paint words with a picture. I'm trying if they match, just like you wear a sweater for the first time, which later becomes your favorite. I note thoughts that they would stay with me forever, like a tattoo. In large albums with hard covers, I create recipes for happiness. I season them with a dried leaf and forget-me-not.

„Italian Impressions”photo

„Italian Impressions”

01.08.2020–20.09.2020
Opening: 13.07.2020, 06:38

Stopklatka art&cafe, ul. Brodzińskiego 8 Kraków
DAILY: 9:00-21:00

The exhibition „Italian Impressions” is a record of moments in time from journeys of Leszek Kalandyk – Cracow based architect and creator to Italy.

Here is the catphoto

Here is the cat

03.08.2020–20.09.2020

Kocia kawiarnia, ul.Lubicz 1 , Kraków
PON-PIĄ: 12:00-19:00; SOB-NIE: 11:00-21:00

The relationship between cats and humans seems to be beyond the reach of classical perception. It is a one of a kind metaphysical level of empathy.

 „PRZYŁAPANI”photo

„PRZYŁAPANI”

07.08.2020–30.09.2020

Pasaż 5/7, ul.Stolarska 5/7, Kraków
Sun-Wed:17-24 Thu: 17-1 Fri-Sut: 17-3

Lost in Transitionphoto

Lost in Transition

26.08.2020–10.09.2020

GALERIA i!, ul. Józefińska 21
KRAKÓW
Tue–Fri: 15:00–19:00, Sat–Sun: 11:00–15:00

Between 26.08 and 3.09.2020, Galeria i! in Krakow will be presenting “Lost in Translation”—a show consisting of large-format photographs by Katarzyna Pilch. Katarzyna is a rower and this year’s graduate from the University of Southern California. The photographs are a result of the everyday observations of the changing nature of the water.
Scars - healed and healing placesphoto

Scars - healed and healing places

01.09.2020–13.09.2020

Ogród kampusu Politechniki Krakowskiej, ul Warszawska 24, Kraków 31-155
PON-PIĄ: 8:00-16:00

Imperfections, scars and traces are a story of difficult situations when there is a break in continuity. The effect of healing is the development of new immunity, readaptation ...
The imperfect perfection of this process is close to the assumptions of Japanese kintsugi, the philosophy of resilience, indicating that the new form created under the influence of impact, shock, has an extraordinary strength born from fragility (…)

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