Cooperating artists

Józef Robakowski

A titan of Polish avant-grade. An artist, art historian, author of movies, photographical cycles, conceptual projects and creator of exhibitions and artistic events. A curator and owner of Exchange Gallery.
Born Febuary 20th 1939. He lives and works in Łódź.
He studied History of Art in the Fine Arts Department of Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń and, in the Operator Department of Leon Schiller’s PWSFTviT in Łódź. In Toruń he established many artistic groups: An eye (1960), Zero-61 (1961-1969). The circle (1965-1967) and belonged to The loop- Student Creative Club (1960-1966). In Łódż he was a co-organisator of Film Form Workshop (1970) and TV creative group The STATION ”Ł”. He is a professor in The Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School in Łódź (PWSFTviT).

Kuba Woynarowski

An artist-curator. He is a creator of comic books, visual essays, films and art installations. He has authored projects involving visual theory and practice such as the installation of the Polish Pavilion at the 14th Venice Biennale of Architecture in 2014. He lives and works in Cracow.
Born November 18th 1982, in Stalowa Wola. He studied at the Faculty of Graphic arts (completing his MA in the Animated Film Studio of Professor Jerzy Kucia) and Interfaculty Intermedia Studio at the Academy of Fine Arts; he currently teaches at the Narrative Drawing Studio at his home academy.
Kuba Woynarowski is an author of wordmark for KUNST.CAMERA Foundation.

Kuba Mikurda

An film critic, a translator, a philosopher. He studied in Jagiellonian University in the Social Science School, at Philosophy and Sociology Institute PAN. A vice-president of Film Editorial Office Canal+, and co-editor and a host of ”Film News” on Canal+. He edits ”Film Line” in The
Ha!art Corporation publishing company. He cooperated with, amongst others, the Contemporary Culture Department (Culture Institute of Jagiellonian University), MFF T-Mobile New Horizons, Political Critique and Literary Office (Biuro Literackie). He was nominated three times to the Polish Film Art Institute award (in the book about the movie and radio broadcast or TV programme categories).
Kuba Mikruda substantively supports the Foundation’s activity, and he is the author of one of the texts within ”The Book of Wonder”.

Artur Chrzanowski

An assistant professor in the Photography and Multimedia Faculty in the Visual Arts Department of Wladyslaw Strzemiński’s Fine Arts Academy in Łódź. His doctorate thesis was obtained from the Graphics and Media Art Faculty on Fine Arts Academy in Wroclaw. He deals with photographical image and video, site-specific activities and animation of the culture. He has authored of individual exhibitions and is a participant of corporate exhibitions and graphical projects in Poland and abroad. He is an member of the ”Art and Documentation” Society. He was a curator of exhibitions within the Łódź of Four Cultures Festival, the Science, Technology and Art Festival, and Photography Festival in Łódź. He cooperates, amongst others, with The Marek Edelman Dialogue Center in Łódź and Contemporary Arts Centre in Warsaw.
His works were presented in the City Gallery of Art in Łódź; National Museum in Cracow and Warsaw; Tennoji-MiO, Osaka/ Japan; Pinhole Resource Collection, U.S.A., Art Space UNESCO A.poRT, Incheon, South Korea.

Artur Chrzanowski was the curator of ”The Book of Wonder” Exhibition in CSW in Ujazdowski Castle.

Bartłomiej Talaga

He is a graduate of PWSFTivT in Łódź (2012) and WSFoto (2009), and he also studied computer science in Technical University in Łódź. His works were presented during many exhibitions in Poland and abroad. The most famous of his projects are ”Interior/Exterior”, ”Unwanted Information” and his in-production doctoral thesis, ”Lightroom/Darkroom”.
All of the cycles are developed through his authorial exhibition technology.
Bartłomiej Talaga deals also with graphic design, he is an owner of company, printing and digital image edition specialist, and a lecturer in Film School in Łódź. He deals with creating books and magazine design. Bartłomiej Talaga is responsible for the project and editorial design of ”The Book of Wonder”.