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The International Cultural Centre is a state sponsored institution that explores a host of interesting themes, both Polish and international. Despite being right on the square, the ICC is often missed by visitors which is a great shame. The sleek gallery on the second floor is arguably the finest exhibition space in Cracow, and the quality of the shows themselves is more often than not superb. Well worth investigating.
Editor & Krakow Local
Fantastic exhibitions here, have enjoyed many actually. They also had a cinema on the roof last year - hopefully this year too!
The gallery itself is excellent, and all exhibitions seem to be accompanied by quite a lot of surrounding events which is great. The actual quality of the shows themselves varies quite a bit. Loved the Bloomsbury Group show. The Transmigrations less so. But definitely worth visiting if you are visiting the city.
The Bloomsbury Exhibition is magnificent. Probably one of the best I have seen covering the Group, outside of the UK. It ends in January, so don't miss it! The whole atmosphere of Charleston is well captured, and the first edition Hogarth Press books are a particular highlight.
The Feininger's exhibition was fantastic!
Beautiful venue for art!
Brilliant exhibitions have been shown here, including the latest about Jewish life in Poland before the Second World War. Its convenient location right on the Rynek is one of many reasons to visit!