Zbigniew Biel, Kacper Bożek, Marta Bożyk, Magdalena Chmielek, Bartłomiej Chwilczyński, Agnieszka Dobosz, Joanna Gałecka, Jerzy Jędrysiak, Anna Juszczak, Agnieszka Łakoma, Jacek Machowski, Małgorzata Malwina Niespodziewana, Tadeusz Nuckowski, Henryk Ożóg, Władysław Pluta, Rafał Pytel, Anna Sadowska, Iwona Semkowicz, Wiesław Skibiński, Krzysztof Skórczewski, Anna Sobol-Wejman, Jacek Sroka, Małgorzata Stachurska, Marcin Surzycki, Krzysztof Świętek, Karol Szafran, Monika Szydłowska, Krzysztof Tomalski, Marta Wakuła-Mac, Stanisław Wejman, Tomasz Winiarski, Jacek Zaborski
We contradict KRAKERS’s ‘(NO)HOPE’, related to the events of last year, with ‘everyday activity’, a record of Artists’ creative activities during that period. Each of the works on show was created in the atmosphere of limitation and isolation, but also discovering new areas of imagination. Dates of their creation are related not only to last year, but they measure the flow of days and months in a form of a wall newspaper. Chronicle of airlocked days, everyday activity providing hope for the future.
Description of the place
The gallery was founded in 1991, held more than 100 individual exhibitions and more than 40 collective ones: Ironic portrait, Cracow, Łódź, Bergisch-Gladbach, Amersfoort, 1993/4; Stone, metal, wood, computer, Cracow 1994; Alternative graphics, Cracow 1995; Epreuve d’Artiste Cracow 1995/1997; Polish graphics – French poets, St.Nazaire 1994/1999; Element and a method. New Cracow graphics, Liege 1996; Visible/Invisible, Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Boone NC, USA, 2012/2013; Reality and its variations, Reykjanes Art Museum, 2019.