Anna Tajak, a young graduate of the Faculty of Painting of Cracow’s Academy of Fine Arts, paints landscapes, however, you won’t find any realism or literality in her works. As the title of the exhibition suggests, the landscape is only a pretext to cross the barriers of the unknown and unrecognizable. It’s ‘discovering, conquering and expanding the borders of impossible” – a scenery, not a seen part of nature, but its echo sounding all around us.
The gallery of Zofia Weiss is located in the area of Cracow’s Old Town, about 150m from the Main Market Square. It occupies the space on the first floor of a house at 12 Sławkowska street. It is a place connected with art for almost a hundred years. The gallery’s aim is to promote the works of Polish artist of the young and medium generation, deriving mostly from Cracow and associated with the Academy of Fine Arts. It also organizes individual and group exhibitions and provides factual support for many publications. Zofia Weiss Gallery also has multiple exhibition spaces at its disposal.