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Bunker of Art gallery in Krakow

Bunker of Arts, Krakow's bastion of contemporary art.  

In 1965 a modern exhibition hall for a state art agency was built amid ancient landmarks of Krakow’s historic Old Town district, just opposite the temple-like Palace of Arts at the Szczepanski square. Owing to its gray concrete walls and bulky shape the unpopular construction has been dubbed “the bunker” before long. By the mid 1990s the contemptuous label was embraced by the exhibition hall’s managers who turned their ‘Bunker of Arts - The Contemporary Art Gallery’ into a stronghold of the avant-garde. 

 

Every third year the Bunker of Arts (Polish 'Bunkier Sztuki'), 3a Plac Szczepanski square at Planty Gardens, serves as the main exhibition venue for the International Print Triennial, one of the world’s biggest festivals of print arts.


Grand Square
Krakow’s central Grand Square (Rynek Glowny), the largest plaza of medieval Europe and one of the world’s finest with its spectacular landmarks, has remained the hub of the city since the 13th century.

Palace of Arts
Temple of Fine Arts from the turn of the 20th century.

Manggha Japan Culture and Technology Center
Fine example of the world's newest architecture is the scene of numerous cultural events, and most have something to do with Japan.

International Culture Center
Exhibitions, conferences, and much more.

Pod Baranami Cabaret
Poland's cult venue for high-brow entertainment.

Jama Michalika Cafe
Century-old Bohemian hideout in its 1908 Art Nouveau splendor.

Center for Jewish Culture
19th-century prayer house turned modern cultural venue safeguards and presents heritage of Poland’s Jews.

Villa Decius
Almost perfect Renaissance Italian villa shelters Krakow's European Academy.

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