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Opening Hours

Monday-Friday, 9am-pm


Art Agenda Nova
Batorego 2, Krakow


Marta Deskur, Agata Kus, Małgorzata Markiewicz, Aldona Mickiewicz, Alicja Żebrowska


Katarzyna Mierzwińska

About exhibition

„Their faces remained, as their portraits prove, practically the same. His memory – her memory then, went back through all the events of her past life without encountering any obstacle. Some slight haziness there may have been, as if a few dark drops had fallen into the clear pool of memory; certain things had become a little dimmed; but that was all. The change seemed to have been accomplished painlessly and completely and in such a way that Orlando herself showed no surprise at it.”

/Virginia Woolf “Orlando”, 1928/

This year’s exhibition presented during Cracow Gallery Weekend Krakers will be devoted to the relations between the phenomena of transformation. The interdependencies will be shown through the works of Polish contemporary artists. The main narrative of the exhibition will revolve around a group of strongly interacting phenomena, anchored in a number of contexts – from intimate and social to literary and historical. The aim of the exhibition which will take place in Art Agenda Nova is to illustrate the multiplicity of possible meanings and interpretations as well as the mutual connections between them.