Krupa Gallery focuses on highlighting the current condition of the contemporary young art scene in Poland and Eastern Europe by representing diverse groups of emerging artists with an emphasis on socially engaged themes. It seeks to be an international platform actively supporting collaboration between artists and curators.
The gallery aims to develop its mission abroad, so it organises exhibitions and promotes artists by participating in international exhibitions and art fairs, as well as by building networks within the international art world.
Since 2019, Krupa Gallery is expanding its curatorial explorations with exhibitions in Wroclaw, Poland, and expanding its program by initiating pop-up projects in various locations, within partnerships with other art platforms in Warsaw.
Our passion and exploration pushed us to create our sister institution Krupa Art Foundation which is emerging in 2023 and will be a new, independent centre devoted to contemporary art. While operating from Wrocław, it will promote new phenomena in art mainly from Poland and Central Europe. Exhibitions and projects devoted to contemporary art and culture in Poland and abroad will be presented in the temporary project space, expanding the field of artistic experimentation. An important aspect of the Foundation’s mission is to disseminate knowledge about art through educational activities, debates, and lectures about contemporary culture.
The Foundation has a special programme – ART PARTNER – addressed to business clients, which is intended to foster cooperation of the private sector and the business world with the field of culture and art.
The Krupa Gallery team:
Curator, academic lecturer, manager of international projects.
She has earned her PhD from the University of Wrocław. For many years she was involved in Polish-German civic projects run by the Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe, the Bosch Foundation and the European Cultural Foundation. She has always been interested in cultural management and in 2011 she began gaining experience in this area. She cooperated with the Ossoliński National Institute on creating the Pan Tadeusz Museum in Wrocław and involved this institution in the international context. In 2014, she joined the team behind the European Capital of Culture in Wrocław as the head of international cooperation. She has networked and connected various partners in the implementation of many cultural projects.
She has co-created the Krupa Gallery since 2017 and since 2019 she has been President of the Krupa Gallery Foundation.
Curator of the Krupa Gallery private collection, art advisor, producer.
He has been associated with the Krupa Gallery since its establishment in 2016. Before that, for over ten years he was involved in business communication – both as a practitioner and academic teacher.
He has completed postgraduate studies on the Polish and international art market at the Vistula University in Warsaw.
At the Krupa Gallery he specialises in exhibition project management, supporting young artists and selling works of art. He is the guardian of the private collection of Polish post-war paintings owned by the founders of the Krupa Gallery. He is in charge of the production of exhibitions.
He sits on the jury of the W. Fangor National Student Painting Competition.
Art historian (graduate of the University of Wrocław), curator.
For many years she was associated with the Art Transparent Foundation, where she was responsible for the coordination of artistic projects and promotion. She was one of the curators of the SURVIVAL Art Review (in 2014–2018), project coordinator and curator at the Mieszkanie Gepperta gallery (2012–2017). She has written texts on art published in cultural magazines and exhibition catalogues.
She cooperates with the Krupa Gallery as a curator involved in developing the gallery programme, and a content editor supporting activities in the field of communication.
The Krupa Gallery cooperates with curators from Poland and abroad, including: