Things Have Changed

Saturday, December 4, 2021 - Sunday, April 24, 2022

  • Saturday, December 4, 2021 - Sunday, April 24, 2022

The opening of the new building at Rakowicka Street is the perfect opportunity for the Museum of Photography in Krakow to present its expansive collection of contemporary Polish photography it has been assembling since 2017. Works by seventeen artists – Bogusław Bachorczyk, Kuba Dąbrowski, Mikołaj Długosz, Alicja Dobrucka, Jan Dziaczkowski, Weronika Gęsicka, Maurycy Gomulicki, Nicolas Grosspiere, Zuzanna Janin, Robert Kuśmirowski, Kobas Laksa, Norman Leto, Szymon Rogiński, Tomasz Saciłowski, Andrzej Tobis, Bartosz Wajer and Wojciech Wilczyk – illustrate the revolution which has taken place in the world of photography and visual arts since 2000. The exhibition is a fascinating presentation of the latest phenomena in digital photography.

Museum of Photography in Krakow – Rakowicka

ul. Rakowicka 22a

The new site of the Museum of Photography in Krakow at the historic building of the former armoury, thoroughly renovated and modernised over the last two years, is home to exhibition rooms, bookshop, café, library and reading room.

The permanent exhibition What Does a Photo Do? casts a look at photography through a range of different fields. It’s an exhibition about photography as a way of recording history, as an art, as a way of writing family histories, as a material object, as an image captured at a given time… What Does a Photo Do? is, in short, an exhibition about how photography accompanies and changes us.

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