The multithreading of the narrative translates into the photographic genres presented at the exhibition in the form of over 300 classic prints, but also books and magazines, because they too helped shape the imagination of regular people in the 1920s. Visitors can admire the works of artists such as Martin Munkácsi, a master of press photography, known for his dynamic photographic compositions, August Sander, author of outstanding sociological portraits, Albert Renger-Patzsch, a leading representative of 'New Objectivity', Yva (Else Neuländer-Simon), famous for fashion photography, Karl Blossfeld, known for precise plant photography, Alfred Eisenstaedt, the father of photojournalism, and, Lotte Jacobi, photographer from Poznań. The exhibitions Polish champions are represented by, among others, Aleksander Krzywobłocki, an artist specialising in surreal photography, the rather avant-garde Janusz Maria Brzeski, art photographer Zofia Chomętowska, master of portrait photography Benedykt Jerzy Dorys, leader of of Polish pictorialism Jan Bułhak and Henryk Poddębski, an outstanding photojournalist and chronicler of the Second Polish Republic.
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 13:00-19:00, Sat, Sun 11:00-19:00, Closed Mon. May 7 2021 - Aug 1 2021
International Cultural Centre
Rynek Główny 25
Rynek Główny 25
Price/Additional InfoAdmission to the gallery 13/8zł. Tue, Wed between 10:00 and 11:00 admission 2zł. Every Tuesday and Wednesday between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. entrance to the exhibition for just 2 PLN.
COVID-19 update: The ICC reopened on May 19th with new regulations for visiting. From 13:00-14:00 priority is given to visi