ICC publications are available in electronic versions
In order to meet the readers' expectations, we decided to prepare e-books, which in the past year were the most popular in the ICC publishing offer.
The Czech edition of Photobloc
Exhibition Photobloc. Central Europe in Photobooks after the Krakow presentation came to the Czech Republic. Until October 16, 2020, it will be on display at the Art Museum in Olomouc.
Posters from the exhibition Plants and Animals for sale online
To meet the great interest of having posters promoting the exhibition Plants and animals. Atlases of natural history in the age of Linnaeus we offer the opportunity to buy them through the ICC bookstore.
Wallpapers with motifs from the exhibition Plants and Animals
Graphics presented at the exhibition Plants and animals. Atlases of natural history in the age of Linnaeus won the hearts of people visiting the ICC Gallery with their subtle charm.
The Galician Ring of Krakow - a guide for learning, exploring and tasting
The Galician Ring of Krakow is a city walk, the route of which can be wandered all year round.
The ICC Gallery is open. Welcome!
We are pleased to announce that the ICC Gallery is open to the public.
Series of virtual events in the ICC
In recent months, we have been forced to give up our habits and rituals, and distance ourselves. In our understanding, this does not necessarily mean solely isolation.
About the exhibition
on RMF Classic
Sunday afternoons on Radio RMF Classic are devoted to nature and ecology.
Collectible mugs with motifs from the Plants and Animals exhibition
It is an idea not only as a souvenir from a visit to the ICC Gallery, but also an inspiring gift.
Changes in the the ICC Gallery
We kindly inform that because Krakow has been removed from the list of places covered by the so-called the yellow zone with the highest increase in COVID-19 infections, from Saturday, September 5, 15 people will be able to stay at the ICC Gallery at the same time.
ICC in solidarity with Belarus
We observe the developments in Belarus with anxiety, understanding and empathy. When Solidarity was born in Poland there was a lot of evidence of support from abroad, giving strength and hope.
Students of the College of Europe in Natolin visited ICC
On September 21st, 2020, the ICC hosted students of the College of Europe in Natolin, the oldest and most prestigious university specializing in European studies.
01.10.2020, 1:00 p.m.
The art quarter – Plants and Animals exhibition
Every Thursday at 13.00 we invite you again to the ICC Gallery for 15-minute meetings during which we talk about one of the threads of the current exhibition Plants and animals.
01.10.2020, 7:00 p.m.
The past has a future - Magdalena Rigamonti talks with Prof. Jacek Purchla
The International Cultural Center invites you to another meeting as part of the Catch the Distance cycle. Magdalena Rigamonti will talk with prof. Jacek Purchla about his latest book entitled The past has a future.
04.10.2020, 12:30 a.m.
How to make a bookmark? - Online art workshops for children
At the exhibition Plants and animals. Atlases of natural history in the age of Linnaeus , we can admire graphics showing various species of flowers and animals. Each of us sometimes observes representatives of fauna and flora in their natural environment with greater or lesser commitment. Atlases help us in this: larger and heavier ones, often in hard covers we browse at home, the smaller, pocket ones are useful during field observations. Thanks to such observation of nature, we have favorite animals or plants.
09.10.2020, 11:00 a.m.
Themersons, Syrkuses, Hansens ... Duets of the Polish artistic scene of the 20th century.
Jadwiga Kaim-Otręba and Ryszard Otręba are a couple of outstanding graphic designers, partners in their artistic and personal life. The sculptor Jan Kucz, writing a dedication for them in one of his books, noted: "Beautiful people, beautiful life, beautiful art". However, the common biography of the Otręba family is a source of knowledge not only about the crystallization of their concept of art and their relationship, but also a window to the world of Polish artistic life in the second half of the 20th century.