Photo Rafal Sosin
MOCAK
Museum / Krakow, Poland

The program of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow MOCAK, which has been active since 1st February 2010, encompasses presentation of the latest international art, education as well as research and publication projects. MOCAK’s two most important aims are presenting the art of the two last decades in the context of the post war avant garde and conceptual art as well as clarifying the rationale of creating art by highlighting its cognitive and ethical value and its relationship with everyday reality.

All the projects will be undertaken by the Museum with diverse audiences in mind. The publications produced will provide information bringing closer the origin and significance of the works and events presented and placing them in contexts. The institution considers it an important challenge to reduce prejudice against very recent art.

Andrzej Szewczyk

Emmett Williams

Jadwiga Sawicka

Rafal Bujnowski

Louisa Clement

Mieczyslaw Porebski

Jerzy Kosalka

Jaroslaw Kozlowski

Matthias Jackisch
MOCAK
Museum / Krakow, Poland

The program of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow MOCAK, which has been active since 1st February 2010, encompasses presentation of the latest international art, education as well as research and publication projects. MOCAK’s two most important aims are presenting the art of the two last decades in the context of the post war avant garde and conceptual art as well as clarifying the rationale of creating art by highlighting its cognitive and ethical value and its relationship with everyday reality.

All the projects will be undertaken by the Museum with diverse audiences in mind. The publications produced will provide information bringing closer the origin and significance of the works and events presented and placing them in contexts. The institution considers it an important challenge to reduce prejudice against very recent art.

Andrzej Szewczyk

Emmett Williams

Jadwiga Sawicka

Rafal Bujnowski

Louisa Clement

Mieczyslaw Porebski

Jerzy Kosalka

Jaroslaw Kozlowski

Matthias Jackisch
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