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Fohnphoto

Fohn

28.05.2015–10.06.2015
Opening: 28.05.2015, 18:00

ARTzona Ośrodka Kultury im. C. K. Norwida, os. Górali 4
KRAKÓW
Mon–Fri: 8:00–21:00 | Sat–Sun: call 12 644 38 98

A project by Monika Stolarska and Magdalena Przybyło. A classic exhibition of analogue and digital photography, and mobile phone images.

Jarek Możdżyński, Salephoto

Jarek Możdżyński, Sale

28.05.2015–30.06.2015
Opening: 28.05.2015, 18:00

Cafe&Gallery STRH, ul. Krupówki 4a
ZAKOPANE

DAILY: 11:00-20:00

Exhibition of photographs by Jarek Możdżyński. The project Wyprzedaż touches on the difficult topic of the plight of artists in high culture. It was realised with the ballerinas of the Bielski Eentre Dance Studio as part of the "Dance Week 2015".

 Peshmergas 1961-2015. From the armed struggle against repression of Iraqi authorities to the war against Islamic State.photo

Peshmergas 1961-2015. From the armed struggle against repression of Iraqi authorities to the war against Islamic State.

29.05.2015–19.06.2015
Opening: 29.05.2015, 18:00

Kurdyjskie Centrum Informacji i Dokumentacji, Rynek Główny 39/8
KRAKÓW
MON-FRI 11:00-18:00 | SAT-SUN 11:00-17:00

An exhibition of photos by the French journalists Paul and Edith Maubec, publishing under the joint pseudonym "Chris Kutscher". By the way, they also talk about their project run the "Kurdistan photo library" – a vast, online database of photos devoted to the Kurds and Kurdistan.
Photographs by Magda Ciszewski-Rzasa presenting Saint Cloud Park.

Magda Ciszewska-Rząsa, Parc de Saint Cloudphoto

Magda Ciszewska-Rząsa, Parc de Saint Cloud

29.05.2015–30.07.2015
Opening: 29.05.2015, 19:00

Galeria Antoniego Rząsy, ul. Bogdańskiego 16a
ZAKOPANE

AFTER CALL: 18 206 69 69
30.05-31.05: 10:00-19:00

Fotografie autorstwa Magdy Ciszewskiej-Rząsy przedstawiające Park Saint Cloud.

Zofia Rydet, Little personphoto

Zofia Rydet, Little person

30.05.2015–31.08.2015

Muzeum Etnograficzne im. Wł. Orkana , ul. Orkana 2
RABKA


DAILY: 9:00-17:00

The exhibition presents a selection of works from Zofia Rydet's series Little Man (1952 to 1963). It was the artist's first consistent photographic project, seeing the child as an autonomous entity whose life is as complex as adults'.