The “Fatale” Villa. Its architect, Its volksdeutsch, Its general.



GRAM group (Denys Gryshchuk/Fanni Malinovska), , Bogumił Książek, Cecylia Malik, Bartolomeo Koczenasz, Anna Stankiewicz, Adam Rzepecki, Piotr Lutyński, Jan Wolski, Jerzy Kosałka, Karol Palczak, Szymon Kobylarz, Dawid Czycz, Irena Kalicka ,Urszula Dziurdzia i Paulina Czapek (performans podczas wernisażu), JadziaOne, Mateusz Okoński, Gusieppe Capitano, Dominika Wilczyńska i Barbara Nawrocka, Paulina Karpowicz, Kolektyw Siostry Rzeki


Bogumił Książek


Center of Contemporary Art “Squirrel”
św. Bronisławy Street 23A


10.06.2022, 6pm

Exhibition open

14-16.06.2022, 5-8 pm

Event on Facebook


Ateliers were opened in an abandoned modernist villa in Salwator. We are going to revive this mysterious place that attracts the public’s attention with an exhibition. Invite curious walkers to enter the inaccessible house. For the first time in 80 years, let them follow their curiosity and, by “calling the spirits” engage them in an invigorating and penitential game of art. Free the place from the evil odium of its former inhabitants: the volksdeutsch, the Soviet general and others. Remind everyone about the architect. Open an art spot on the walking route to the Kościuszko Mound.

Gallery info

Center of Contemporary Art “Squirrel” – a polymorphic space of intersecting social initiatives; a place of numerous exhibitions, unwaveringly present in the life of Podgórze and Krakow, despite the inconveniences of the pandemic and in spite of the imperfections of the world, at present, during the war, the aid center for Ukraine, invites you to its exhibition on the other side of the Vistula. There, in Salwator, the artistic team of Wiewiórka (Squirrel) opens their windows and doors that have been closed for years. General’s House, 23a Św. Bronisławy Street.