Photobloc. Central Europe in Photobooks

22.11.2019-01.03.2020

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Finissage of the exhibition Photobloc. Central Europe in Photobooks

We invite you to the finissage of the exhibition Photobloc. Central Europe in Photobooks - the first such comprehensive presentation devoted to the phenomenon of photobooks from this part of the continent. The exhibition gained considerable recognition of viewers visiting the ICC Gallery as well as critics. She was awarded by Radio Krakow "brand for the month" of December.

The art quarter

Every Thursday and Friday at 13.00 we invite you to the ICC Gallery for 15-minute meetings during which we talk about one of the threads of the exhibition Photobloc. Central Europe in Photobooks. Admission included in the price of the exhibition ticket.

The art quarters are held in Polish. 

Photobloc. Central Europe in Photobooks - Sunday tours

Every Sunday we invite you to a guided tour of the exhibition Photobloc. Central Europe in Photobooks with a guide in Polish.

Encounters with art

Join us for Sunday art workshops filled with creativity and new ideas. Inspired by the diversity of exhibitions at the ICC Gallery. This series of meetings is addressed to children between 4 and 8 y.o. During each art workshop we concentrate on a selected notion developed in presently held exhibition – we search for its meanings and create an object related to it.

Mature for Art

The meetings investigate the contexts of the current exhibition: the historical and cultural backgrounds, references to works by other artists, art techniques, epochs or developments. Admission is free.

ICC available - educational program for deaf people

Bearing in mind the variety of needs of our visitors, we have prepared a special educational program addressed to deaf people entitled ICC available. As part of the project, we encourage you to take part in a tour of the current exhibition at the ICC Gallery, which will be translated into Polish Sign Language.

Meeting with Joanna Helander

We invite you to the next meeting accompanying the exhibition Photoblock. Central Europe in photobooks. This time our guest will be Joanna Helander, an outstanding Polish photographer, documentary film director, writer and translator. In an interview with Łukasz Galusk, she will talk about her experiences in working on documenting everyday life in the People's Republic of Poland.

The first ICC art project for parents with children in Ukrainian and Russian language

МІНІарт-майстерня – це заняття для «міні-відвідувачів» нашого Центру у віці 4 – 8 років. Під час кожного заняття ми створюємо цікаву художню роботу (яку, звісно, можна забрати додому) та знайомимося зі словами зі світу архітектури, мистецтва, дизайну та поточної виставки, що проходить у Галереї МЦК. У теплій, сімейній атмосфері діти діти вчаться по-своєму відчувати і розуміти мистецтво.

Exhibition Photobloc. Central Europe in Photobooks got Radio Kraków award

We are pleased to inform that the exhibition Photobloc. Central Europe in Photobooks received the Radio Krakow award - a prestigious distinction for the best cultural event of the past month.

Photo Sunday - open day of the exhibition Photoblock. Central Europe in photobooks

Until the end of the presentation of our exhibition Photoblock. Central Europe in photobooks remained just over a month. It is time to invite all visitors for an open day. During the Photo Sunday we offer guided tours and art workshops for the youngest. Admission to the ICC Gallery for a symbolic one zloty.

Why photographer need a designer? - lecture by Ania Nałęcka-Milach

Where to start designing photo books? What are "photobooks" really and what is their uniqueness? Can a good photographer do without a great designer to prepare a unique photo book? How to search for a visual metaphor and give it a form? We invite you to a meeting with Ania Nałęcka-Milach, the designer of award-winning photographic books in Poland and in the world.

Krakow in photobooks – lecture by Łukasz Gorczyca and Adam Mazur

Every photographer visiting the capital of Małopolska faces a challenge - how to convey the beauty of the city, its magic and rich history.

Put your hand to the poster - promotional campaign of the Fotoblock exhibition.

What story can be read from human hands? Inspired by the extraordinary history of the photobook Working Hand by Janina and Henryk Mierzecki, presented at the Fotoblock exhibition at the MCK Gallery, we have prepared a special promotional campaign. Its goal is to create a unique poster promoting the exhibition, which will consist of photographs of the hands of people visiting our gallery. Attractive book prizes await the participants of the campaign.
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