Installment #10. MOLAF – Museum of Longing and Failure

17 November – 27  December
Tadeusz Kantor’s studio, ul. Sienna 7/5

The exhibition which accompanies the event The Museum as an Art Practice has been organised as part of the project The Migratory Museum.

On Saturday 17 November 2 pm – 4 pm you are invited to a special tour accompanied by the artists Andrew Taggart and Chloe Lewis.

Sunday 18 November – the Open Day at Krakow Museums.
Tadeusz Kantor’s Gallery / Atelier will be open 10 pm. – 5 pm

On other days the exhibition will be open:
Monday – Friday 2 pm – 4 pm, except Tuesday
Tuesday noon – 2 pm
Saturday and Sunday – the museum will be closed.
Visiting by prior arrangement. To confirm the date and time of visit, please contact: + 48 (12) 422 83 32.

The Museum of Longing and Failure run by Andrew Taggart and Chloe Lewis, Canadian artists based in Bergen, Norway, is a collecting entity solely dedicated to the exhibition and collection of small sculptural works that embody notions of longing and failure. Through collaborations with contemporary artists and collectives, The MOLAF seeks to reveal the visual terrain of its thematic concern.

Artists:

SHAYNE EHMAN (CA)
Free Spirit
Wood, metal, glass, fabric, string, pencils, shark’s tooth
2012

PEDRO GOMEZ-EGANA (CO/NO)
Fire and Water and Land and Water
Found in-flight magazine map, metal, steel wire, motor
2012

BRANDON LABELLE (US/DE)
I did not survive The Who Concert on December 3, 1979 in Cincinnati, Ohio
Custom-printed mug
2011

KAREN NIKGOL (NO)
The Shrunken Head of the Black Pope
Sculpey, wood, hair, spray paint
2012

SZASZOR & KLASS (PL)
Étant donnés
Photographic print on acetate
2012

Tadeusz Kantor’s studio

 

MOLAF, NYC, 2012

 

Project The Migratory Museum subsidized by the Ministry of Culture and the National Heritage.
Partners: National Museum in Krakow, Barka Alrina, Institut International de la Marionnette de Charleville-Mézières, Région Champagne-Ardenne ORCCA, Instytut Historii Sztuki UJ.
Media patronage: Radio Kraków, O.pl, Cracow-life.com, E-splot.