Cricoteka is a peculiar archive documenting the output of Tadeusz Kantor and his theatre Cricot 2 which combines a library, a museum, an art gallery, with a science centre in order to popularise and develop thoughts and ideas of this outstanding director, stage designer, painter, and graphic artists.
Cricoteka wants to preserve the ideas introduced in Cricot 2 by Kantor in the minds of future generations by collecting hundreds of items, costumes, and stage designs from the performance stage in the theatre. Among the collections of the archive, there are also numerous theoretical works, designs, Tadeusz Kantor’s drawings, as well as records, video recordings, scripts, reviews, magazines, and books. Kantor’s output collected in Cricoteka is constantly developed and expanded. Apart from a large archive, there has been a gallery, located in Kantor’s old studio, by Cricoteka for almost 20 years.
Monday – closed
Reduced – PLN 5
Family – PLN 15
Regular group – PLN 5
Reduced group – PLN 3
Tuesday – entrance after collecting tickets at the ticket window on -1 level
entrance to the gallery-studio is free of charge
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