Exhibition archive (all years)
Architecture of independence in Central Europe
09.11.2018 - 10.02.2019
The end of World War I brought freedom to many nations of Central Europe, while for others it meant profound changes in their political and economic life. In the following decades war destruction, shifting borders and confrontation with the new post-war political reality made a profound impact on the development of culture and the shape of architecture in this part of Europe...
Deborah Cornell. Eclipse and Deluge
06.07.2018 - 05.08.2018
The exhibition presents the achievements of the winner of the Grand Prix of the International Print Triennial Kraków 2015. Deborah Cornell merges elements of traditional engraving and the new media in her works. Her long-time interest in the development of technology forms an important context for her works. She embeds or superimposes satellite images of the Earth or stellar constellations, at the same time asking the question how technological progress determines our perception of reality.
Istanbul. Two worlds, one city
09.05.2018 - 02.09.2018
The only city of its kind – the place where two continents are brought together and where two worlds meet. The only century of its kind – the time when the institution of sultanate was in decline, the republic was being born, and modernity was just about to revolutionise the old ways of life. The only story of its kind – a captivating narrative made from an assemblage of photographs, paintings, postcards, and posters.
European Funds for Culture
25.04.2018 - 30.12.2018
The exhibitions promote the results of investments in culture co-financed with the resources from the European Economic Area Financial Mechanism and the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2009-2014. There will be two mobile exhibitions of large-size photographs, one for open-air and one for inside presentation.