A week ago we have opened the next two locations, where you can see this year’s Main Programme projects. Visit the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow MOCAK and find works by Salvatore Vitale and Michał Łuczak.
NETIA OFF CAMERA has already started and we are their local partner. Be sure to review the programme and go to the cinema!
We have opened the first festival space in the Bunkier Sztuki Gallery! We would like to thank all of you for coming and also share our gratitude for the artists: Rune Petersen and Agnieszka Rayss.
This is a story about unique photographer – Vivian Maier, who left the heritage of 150 thousands works! Today was the day of the book premiere, written by Christina Hesselholdt, titled Vivian.
Sight remains the most important sense. It is the sense which is separated from the body, freed from bodily limits, and spreading – in technological societies – its hegemonic presence freely.
Weronika Gęsicka, ShowOFF Section 2016 winner, presented her new projects to the experts and public during Plat(t)form 2018, organised by the Fotomusem Winterthur. Her presentation has been chosen as one of the best ones of this year’s edition.
Diana Lelonek is a ShowOFF Section 2014 winner and artist, whose works has been presented as part of the Krakow Photomonth 2017 Main Programme. Recently, she has been nominated to the “O” Prize 2018, in the visual arts and photography category for the project A New Archaeology for Liban and Płaszów, which has been presented during the 15th edition of Krakow Photomonth 2017.
On the weekend of 10 and 11 February, newly chosen ShowOFF Section winners have met with the curators to present their projects and start working on the exhibition, which will be shown during the 16th edition of the Krakow Photomonth. The festival will take place on 25 May – 24 June.
#showOFFpower mode on! Introducing the winners of the 10th edition of the ShowOFF section of the Krakow Photomonth Festival 2018!
NEWS Jan 30, 2018
On 21 January, the jury of the ShowOFF section at Krakow Photomonth met for a closed session. During the meeting, the panel of curators (Filip Ćwik, Karol Hordziej, Jenny Nordquist, and Karolina Puchała-Rojek) selected eight winners.