Exhibitions 1991–2018

Exhibitions 1991–2018

2018

Architecture of independence in Central Europe 09.11.2018-10.01.2019
Deborah Cornell. Eclipse and
Deluge 06.07.2018-05.08.2018
Istanbul. Two worlds, one city  09.05.2018-02.09.2018
Lviv, 24th June 1937. City, architecture, modernism  01.12.2017-08.04.2018
2017

Adriatic epopee. Ivan Meštrović 25.07.2017-05.11.2017
Balkan Playground. Michał Korta 25.10.2017-03.12.2017
Zsolnay. Hungarian Art Nouveau 19.04.2017-02.07.2017
The logic of the local. Norwegian and Polish contemporary design 17.12.2016-26.03.2017

2016

Košice Modernism 16.09.2016-27.11.2016
Max Ernst. An Ornithologist's dreams 30.05.2016-28.08.2016
Tempus Fugit. On time and transience 02.03.2016-08.05.2016
Maidan Through the Lens of Jakub Szymczuk 24.02.2016-03.04.2016
Ukraine. Waiting for a hero. Kostyrko, Ravski 24.02.2016-03.04.2016

2015

The Armenian Cathedral and Its Creators 26.11.2015-31.01.2016
M.K. Čiurlionis. Lithuanian Tale 
16.10.2015-31.01.2016
Graphic exhibitions in the ICC: International Print Triennial 
19.09.2015-18.10.2015
MAKOM. Dani Karavan. The Essence of Place 
27.06.2015-20.09.2015
Traces of People. Cristiano Mascaro / Sławomir Rumiak
 28.03.2015-07.06.2015
Galician Thanatos. War cemeteries in Western Galicia in the years 1914–1918
23.11.2014-01.02.2015

2014

The Myth of Galicia  10.10.2014–8.05.2015
Masters of Dreams. Symbolism in the Bohemian Lands 1880–1914 
7.05–7.09.2014

2013

Memory. Registers and Territories  13.12.2013 – 06.04.2014
Tara (von Neudorf). Cartographer of sinister history  04.09 – 24.11.2013
Giorgio De Chirico: sketches and drawings for Gabriele d’Annunzio “Joria’s Daughter”  16.10 – 10.11.2013
A woman's work is never done  26.04 – 11.08.2013
Andy Warhol. Contexts  11.12.2012 – 10.02.2013

2012

Joanna Piech. Prints. Grand Prix MTG – Kraków 2009 – 13.09 – 18.11.2011
Witold Skulicz. Graphic Art Above All…  13.09 – 18.11.2011
VIRIBUS UNITIS? Polish parliamentarians in the Habsburg Monarchy 1848–1918  14.09 – 18.11.2012
GDR. Stories from a vanished country  22.06 – 2.09.2012
Fidelity of images. René Magritte and photography  18.04 – 10.06.2012
Contemporary Norwegian Architecture 2005–2010 14.02 – 1.04.2012

2011

Hunting down Modernism. The Prohibited Arts in the Third Reich  19.10 – 29.01.2012
Happening Against Communism by the Orange Alternative  19.06 – 02.10.2011
Us and Them. An intricate history of otherness 16.03 – 5.06.2011
Management of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Poland and Norway 13–29.04.2011
Transmigrations. Mysłowski. Puntos  21.01 – 6.03.2011

2010

British Bohemia. The Bloomsbury Circle of Virginia Woolf  15.09.2010 – 9.01.2011
Andreas Feininger. New York in the Forties  3.07 – 29.08.2010
The Sounds of Two Songs  7.05 – 27.06.2010
House of an Art Lover. Arts in Bohemia and Moravia 1870–1930  2.02 – 25.04.2010

2009

Interior Views Photographic Explorations of the European Parliament  27.11.2009 – 17.01.2010
Konrad Srzednicki. The Poet of Graphic Art  12.09 – 15.11.2009
Ingrid Ledent. The continuous Living of Memory  17.09 – 15.11.2009
Alfred Hałasa. Posters  17.07 – 6.09.2009
Bauhaus twenty-21. An Ongoing Legacy  8.05 – 5.07.2009
Guilt and the Punishment  13.02 – 19.04.2009

2008

Pino Fedeli. Painting  27.11.2008 – 27.01.2009
In the Shadows of the Imagination. The Art of Alfred Kubin  28.10.2008 – 27.01.2009
Contemporary Belgian Art. Between Constructivism and Figuration  21.05 – 28.09.2008
River Within the City  3–15.03.2008

2007

Save from Oblivion  29.11.2007 – 3.03.2008
The World before the Catastrophe. Krakow's Jews Between the Wars  26.06 – 11.11.2007
Jože Plečnik (1872–1957) – Architect and Visionary  12.12.2006 – 25.02.2007

2006

CO2. Brussles to Infinity  24.10 – 26.11.2006
Davida Kidd. Between the Sublime and Subliminal  15.09 – 15.10.2006
Mieczysław Wejman. The cyclist  12.09 – 29.10.2006
Rembrandt and his Competitors  25.05 – 27.08.2006
Faces of America. Portraits from the Collection of the Terra Foundation for American Art 1770–1940  16.02 – 7.05.2006

2005

The Borderlands Rediscovered. The Common Heritage of Poland and Ukraine  9.12.2005 – 29.01.2006
„Signs of the Time” – The Collection of the Małopolska Foundation for a Contemporary Art Museum  20.10 – 27.11.2005
The Exhibition of Art by the Disabled – Winners of the Fourth National Competition for Manual Therapy Workshops  3.09 – 9.10.2005
Frans Masereel – Discovering the Master  17.05 – 21.08.2005
Nuremberg Through the Lens of Lala Aufsberg (1907–1976)  6.12.2004 – 30.01.2005

2004

Contemporary Slovak Art 1960–2000  11.10 – 28.11.2004
Man in the Middle. Works from the Deutsche Bank Collection  9.06 – 19.09.2004
The Seven Deadly Sins  5.04 – 30.05.2004
Max Weiler (1910–2001). Painting  5.02 – 28.03.2004
Igor Mitoraj. Sculptures and Drawings  16.10.2003 – 25.01.2004

2003

Włodzimierz Kunz. Graphic Œuvre  12.09 – 31.10.2003
Karl Duldig (1902–1986). Sculptures and drawnings  22.05 – 13.07.2003
Masters of light. California Impressionism (1890–1930)  5.02 – 4.05.2003

2002

Grafica opera prima  6.12.2002 – 5.01.2003
Lvov Postcards 1873–1945 from Marek Sosenko's Collection  28.10 – 1.12.2002
James Ensor (1860–1945). Prints and Paintings  12.06 – 25.08.2002
Martin Dülfer (1859–1942). The Precursor of the German Sezession  9.04 – 26.05.2002
Like a Phoenix out of the Ashes... Jan Zachwatowicz 1900–1983  1–31.03.2002
Andrzej Nowacki. Through the Square  25.01 – 24.02.2002

2001

Erich Mendelsohn. Dynamics and Function  30.11.2001 – 15.01.2002
Neo Rauch. Paintings from the Collection of the Deutsche Bank  2.10 – 18.11.2001
Hogarth and His Century  27.04 – 24.06.2001
Between Tradition and Experiment. Czech Art 1939–1989  8.03 – 14.04.2001

2000

Paula Modersohn-Becker and the Worpswede Artists. Drawnings and Prints 1895–1906  14.12.2000 – 28.01.2011
Otto Wagner. Vienna - Architecture Around 1900  20.10 – 3.12.2000
Mersad Berber - Grand Prix MTG '97  7.09 – 8.10.2000
Power of Imagination. Brussles and Symbolism  9.06 – 23.07.2000
Made in Hungary. Hungarian Photographers 1919–1956  25.04 – 28.05.2000
Jagiellonian University in Documents (14th – 20th century)  3–24.04.2000

1999

The Culture of the Abbey of St. Gall  19.11.1999 – 9.01.2000
Baillie Scott. The Artistic house  17.09 – 31.10.1999
Rembrandt, Rubens and Others  7.06 – 25.07.1999
Jan Lebenstein. Phases  13.04 – 23.05.1999
SPISZ • SPIŠ • ZIPS • SZEPES  01–02.1999
Romuald Loegler. Dialog with the Time and Place  19.01 – 7.02.1999

1998

Margaret Hunter. Tangents  19.10 – 22.11.1998
Krzysztof Penderecki „The Black Mask”. Contemporary Dance of Death  19 09 – 10.10.1998
Emil Nolde. Watercolours and Prints  1.06 – 31.07.1998
Poland and Hungary... A triple Dialogue  7.04 – 17.05.1998
Maria Helena Vieira da Silva (1908–1992). Graphic Works  22.01 – 22.03.1998

1997

The Architecture of Lvov in the 19th Century (1772–1918)  14.11.1997 – 14.01.1998
Surrealist Marcel Mariën  5.09 – 26.10.1997
Toshihiro Hamano. The Man and Art  20.06 – 31.07.1997
Masterpieces of Graphic Art from the Collection of the Polish Academy of Science Library  11.04 – 1.06.1997
Henryk Morel. Sculpture, Drawnings, Spatial Composition  7.03 – 4.04.1997
Radio and the Mass Culture  14.02 – 2.03.1997
The Heart of the Matter.The Paintings of Kazimierz Głaz  15.01 – 9.02.1997

1996

Egon Schiele  11.12.1996 – 30.01.1997
In the Face of Thanatos  12.11 – 12.12.1996
Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Life and Work  18.09 – 31.10.1996
5 Years of the International Cultural Centre in Krakow  26.05 – 30.06.1996
Józef Czapski. Pictures and Drawnings from Private Collections  4.04 – 13.05.1996
Art Nouveau in the Central Europe  30.03 – 9.06.1996
Hungarian Artists. Imre Bukta, Károly Halász  19.01 – 17.03.1996

1995

Beksiński. Paintings  26.10 – 30.12.1995
Francesco Bartolozzi. Engravings from the Collection of Polish Academy of Sciences Library in Krakow  14.09 – 19.10.1995
The Poetry of Architecture. The Early Work of Dušan Jurkovič  8.06 – 20.07.1995
Europa Nostra Photo Award Exhibition  12–31.05.1995
Artist and his Patron  14.03 – 30.04.1995
Piotr Sonnewend. Recollection of Form  9.01 – 20.02.1995

1994

Oskar Kokoschka. The Early Years  6.10 – 4.12.1994
Günter Dollhopf  10.09 – 1.10.1994
Hugo Häring and the Present Time 13.06 – 11.07.1994
Urszula Teresy Gogulskiej-Seger. Painting 16.05 – 6 06.1994
Margot Gentner-Trierweiler. Painting  18.04 – 10.05.1994
Lvov National Exhibition 1894  15.03 – 4.04.1994
The Heritage of Eastern Borderlands  10.02 – 3.03.1994

1993

Within the Circle of Historicism  3.11–9.12.1993
Zbigniew Dłubak. Against the Stereotypes  24.06 – 20.07.1993
Otto Dix. The Early Years  30.04 – 10.06.1993
Ingrid von Kruse. Europa beim Wort genommen  6.04 – 25.04.1993
Adalbert Stifter. A frightfully Beautiful World  28.01 – 28.02.1993

1992

Natalia LL  9.12.1992 – 8.01.1993
Dennis Chamberlin - Among you Poles  15.08 – 5.09.1992
Gustav Klimt. Pictures and Drawnings (European Cultural Month)  9.06 – 12.07.1992
Alfons Mucha (European Cultural Month) 23.06 – 10.07.1992
Tadeusz Brzozowski. Pictures and Drawnings (European Cultural Month)  06.1992
Gerhard Gepp. Poetic Satire  6.04 – 27.04.1992
George Grosz's Graphic Art (European Cultural Month)  24.04 – 9.08.1992
Andrzej Dudziński. Inbetween – American Years (European Cultural Month) 2–20.03.1992
The Graphic Art of German Expressionism  31.01 – 29.02.199
Konrad Adenauer - German and European  14.01 – 25.02.1992

1991

Contemporary Artists fo Umbria  17.10 – 31.10.1991
May you Live in Interesting Times  26.09 – 15.10.1991
The Graphic Art of George Baselitz  5–20.06.1991
Jan Vermeer. „Święta Prakseda”   05 – 09.1991


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